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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
[ ( COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBUSHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



I PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

Includii^ 

UST OF RENEWALS 



1943 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 
I No. 1 




The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts: Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class }, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "}," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for at-ticles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable In 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Pdk-iodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions — 3.00/ 

Part 4, Works of Ar^ Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers '■ .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Coi^ress or 
to smj other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, perlo(Ucals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and. photc^raphs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



on) 



CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Adleman (Samuel)* 1 

Hear, talk, se6, no evil. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1942; 
G 41360. 

Balch (Frank O.) * 2 

Blish (D. M.) : 

Cream of soy. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1943; G 41365. 

Baxter (Daniel LeRoy) 3 

Gridley (Benjamii^: 

There'll always be an England. © 1 c. Feb. 
1, 1943; G 41399. 

Bohland (Gustav)* 4 

To the Dade County heroes who gave their lives 
for their country to assure freedom to the free. © 
1 c. Dec. 31, 1942; G 41296. 

Butler (Louis Ainsworth) 5 

Bower (Louis): 

Glamour -deb. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1943; G 41372. 

Buttura & sons. 6, 7 

Fontana (Alfeo): 

Design 42506, 42507. © May '15, 1942; G 
41374, 41375. 



Cabral (Alfred* 

Gosh. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1943; G 41405. 



8 



9-12 



CUve (Sonia) 
Clive (Henry): 

Birth of a pearl. - Bottom of the sea. - 
Crocked in the cradle of the deep. - Deep f eelifig. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 1, 1943; G 41400-41403. 



Cohn (Herman) co. 
Rubin (Sophie): 

Sizzy. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1943; G 41322. 



13 



14-23 



Columbia statuary co. 
Lindner (John W.) : 

Adam, 1963. - Eve, 1964. - Flower girl, 
1962. - Gleaner, 1956. - Hawaiian dancer, 1958. 
- Hawaiian guitar player, 1957. - Pilgrim man, 
1959. - Pilgrim woman, 1960. - Song of the lark, 
1955. - Urchin boy, 1961. © Jan. 4, 1943; G 41310- 
41319. 

Danielson (Paul)* 24-28 

Ecstasy. - Grouped rhododendrons. - Little 
accident. - Loves protection. - Viking ship. © 1 
c. each Jan. 25, 1943; G 41381-41385. 

Dowling (Juliet)* 29 

Victory belt. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; G 41295. 

Dunlap (Lee Boyd)* 30 

Unit for victory. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1943; G 41406. 

Duras (Victor Hugo)* 31 

Flag of the united nations of America. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1943; G 41301. 



Duval (Andre Cheron)* 32 

Wings of America. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1942; G 
41359. 

Faron (Clifton A.)* * 33 

In the service. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1942; G 41293. 

Fischer (Howard Josept^ 34 

Rex [pseud, of H. J. Fischer]: 

Introducing Miss Wanda Add's & Mr. Classy 
Add's. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943; G 41404. 

Foreign mission sisters of St. Dominic, inc. 35 

Pierre. (Marie) : 

Compassion. © Dec. 15, 1942; G 41367. 

Freedman (Albert)* 36 

Professor Horace Scope. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1943; 
G 41392. 



Frost & Reed, ltd. 37-45 

Dawson (Montague):' 

Far horizon - The North America. © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1943; G 41344. 
Flint (W. Russell): 

Model for vanity, 2878. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943; 
G 41349. 

Gair (Frances): 

Italian landscape. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943; G 
41343. 

Hankey (W. Lee): 

Mentone, 2877. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943;X3 41345. 
Nash (John): 

Suffolk cornfield, 2885. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943; 
G 41347. 

Nockolds (Roy): 

Homing at dawn, 2880. - Outward bound, 2881. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1943; G 41346, 41348. 
Ward (Vernoi^: 

Flight over Skye, 2884. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943; 
G 41351. 

White (Ethelbert): 

Autumn, Arundel park, 2879. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1943; G 41350. 

General consumer products. ,46 

Bray (Laura): 

Honor to whom honor is due. © 1 c. Dec. 
16, 1943; G 41292. 

Gilbert (Lulu Evarts) 47 

This picture appealed on plaster wall, year 

1930, 14 cottage 10, M. B home. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1942; G 41300. 

Hartley (William Hugo)* 48 
Liaison squadron which is known as the grass- 
hopper squadron insignia. © 1 c. Jan^ 18, 1943; G 
41371. 



CATALOG OF COPTIUGHT ENTRIES 



49 



Hicks (Rex Patricli^* 49 

Bungling Benny. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1943; G 41298. 



Jennewein (C. Paul)* 50, 51 

Christopher (Saint ) medal. © Dec. 4, 1942; G 

41358. 

Kitten sitting, four weeks old. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 

1942: G 41S20. 



52-54 
June 22, 1942; G 



Johnson & Gustafson. 
Magistris (Ugo): 

Adlof memorial, 5028 
41857. 

McCarty memorial, 5029. ©July 23, 1942; G 
41356. 

Von Fossen (R. J.) : 

Scott memorial, 5030. © July 9, 1942; G 
41355. 

Jones (Ira P.) Jr^ 55 

Butts (Virginia): 

Keeping watch with a-. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1943; 
G 41368. 

Jordan (Charles William) 56 

Winter (Milo): 

They mean business, do you? © 1 c. Jan. 1, 
1943; G 41369. 

Kaplan (Sholom E.)* 57 

Clothes pin design. © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1943; G 
41299. 



Kisselintcheff i(Lambo) * 

U. S. O. © 1 c. June 27, 1942; G 41352. 



58 



59,60 



Kohn (Miltoi^ 
Harris (Ella): 

Faceless figure of sailor. - Faceless figure 
of solr'ier. © 1 c. each Jan. 14, 1943; G 41407 
41408. 

Lynd (Frank H.)* 61 

American victory eagle. © Dec. 24, 1942; G 
'41324. 

McCulIough (Catherine Miller)* 62-71 

Sailor wall plaque souvenir. A, B. - Soldier 

wall plaque souvenir, A, B. © Jan. 1, 1943; G 

41335-41338. 
Wee: 

Bubber. - Cathie. - Esta. - John. - Marie. 

- Wes. © Dec. 26, 1942; G 41303-41308. 

Malberg (Dorothy Minl^* 72 

Israel in the flags of all nations. © 1 c. Dec. 
26, 1942; G 41370. 

Mangold (Edna Gladys)* 73 

Stupid Slim L Shorty Smart. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; 
G 41294. 



Mentink (Hugo A.)* 
America speaks. 



74 
1 c. Jan. 14, 1943; G 41354. 

75 



Meuser (Dorothy EUei^ 
Meuser (Jay): 

MacArthur ( General Douglas) © 1 c. Nov. 21, 
1942; G 41361. 

Miles (Majel Jenese)* 76 

Two piece bathing suit. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1943; G 
41364. 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 88 



Mills (Edna June)* 

W.A.V.E. © Jan. IE, 1943; G 41366. 



MinoU (Silvio)* 
Minoli memorial. 



77 



78 



May 26, 1942; G 41373. 



New York university. Hall of American artists. 79 
Flanagan (Johi^: 

MacMonnies (FrederlclO portrait head. © 
1 c. Dec. 29, 1942; G 41291. 

Ohio state dental laboratory guild. 80 

Schuller (Carl) & Stough (Paul): 

Fide et fiducia. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1942; G 41288. 

Overstreet (George Virgil)* 81 

My buddy sheet. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1942; G 41341. 

Palmer (D. R. G.) 82 

Lipsl^ (Normal^: 

Semi-porcelain eagle statuette. © Dec. 11, 
1942; G 41309. 

Palmer (George Emmet)* 83 

Introducing King Coal, symbol jf better ser- 
vice. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1943; G 41389. 

Pearson (Marguerite S.)* 84-86 

Echo. - Girl knitting. - Stairway. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 27, 1943; G 41386-41388. 



Phillips (J. Campbell)* 

Drafted. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1943; G 41396. 



87 



Randolph (Raphael)* 88-91 

Out on a limb and troubled in mind. '- They 
dreamed of a new world order. - Three rats to 
catch with the evidence. - Winter nights bring 
broken dreams to Adolph. © 1 c. each Jan. 9, 1943; 
G 41377-413880. 



Recchia (Richard H.)* 

Inspiration & aspiration. 
G 41297. 



92 
1 c. Dec. 31, 1942; 

93 



Rolshoven (Harriette B.) 
Rolshoven (Julius): 

To the land of Sip-o-phe. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1942; G 41289. 

Rubinstein (Joseph A.) 6 Saloway (Flora) 94 

Voorhies (Stephen J.) : 

Cover design drawing for Her magazine, 
March, 1943 issue. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1943; G 41342. 

Sarto (Dominic C.) & Lonergan (Ralph R.) 95 

Jjonergan (Ralph R.) : 

Roll 'em up and keep 'em up for the freedom 
of religion, press, radio, speech, learning, to rear 
children. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1943; G 41376. 



Saxby (WillCam RicharcQ* 

Freddy Fly. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1942; G 41395. 



96 



97 



Simpson's animations, inc. 
Simpson (Joseph A.) jr.: 

Hold your liquor and hold your tongue. © 1 
c. Dec. 2, 1942; G 41290. 

Soder Strom (Aida E.)* 98 

At the gate of the years. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; G 
41323. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 1, 1943 



120 



Speranza (Alexander)* 99 

Jesus Christ, the Saviour. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942; 
G 41398 



Stanger (Saul Irving)* 

Wolf. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1943; G 41340. 



100 



Sulecio (Salvador Aguilar)* 101 

In memory of those who gave their lives for 
democracy. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1943; G 41302. 



Trott (Harvey Bright)* 

1943 looking baclcwards. 
G 41390. 



102 
1 c, Jan. 14, 1943; 



Troutman (Ivy)* 103 

Design for a flag for the future international 

army or police force. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1943; G 
41393. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 104 

I will shake the heavens. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1943; 
G 41363. 



Varni (Caryl)* 

Target for tonight. 
41397. 



105 
1 c. Dec. 9, 1943; G 



106-117 



Vermont marble co. 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 

Bramhall, 8067. - Carter, 5837. - Frazier, 
5828. - Lorman, 8068. - Minten, 5835. - Patten, 
8066. ,- Rysdale, 5836. - Sanderson, 8070. - 
Senter, 5834. - Stone, 8069. - Veazie, 5829. © 
^n. 5, 1943; G 41325-41334, 41339. 

Caruth, Dl-118. © Jan. 22, 1943; G 41894. 

Weil (Henry)* us 

Alphabesque. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; G 41353. 

Williams (Frederic Allen)* 119 

Horsehead, flowing mane, siq)ported on ex- 
tended wing. © 1 c. July 14, 1942; G 41321. 

Wright (Harry)* 120 

Victory emblem. © Nov. 18, 1942; G 41391. 



Number erf entries of Works erf Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 120 



DRAWINGS AND SCULPTXniES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909. [120 



Kanno (Gertrude Boyle) 1 


Cave dwellers of .the old stone age. R 115240, 


Self. © Olive C. Boyle, San Francisco & Dorcas 


Feb. 3, 1943. 


Fulton, Mill Valley, Calif. R 114319, Jan. 7, 1943. 


Cave painting of the old stone age. R 115241, 




Feb. 3, 1943. 


Knight (Charles R.) / 2,3 


© Charles R. Knight, New York. 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Almquist (Karl) 121 

Arrow - fractions of an inch to millimeters. © 
1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; I 31961. 

American art service. 122-137 

Goodman (Edward J.) : 

Admiral, tell Joey I'll meet him at '9, - Aw, 
it was nothin'. - Dear mom, thanks for the cookies , 
the one I had was fine. - Duty comes first. - 
Eyes right. - Gunner's mate. - I can read it, but 
I can't pronounce it. - Kiss me again, Betty. - No 
rent, no bills, nothing to worry about. - Only 
59,625 to go for the camp record. - Shore patrol. 
Sue. - Tell mother I did my duty. - This is our 
1943 model in petunia pink. - Tommy's idea of 
his dad's homecoming. - Watch this neat 3-point , 
landing. © Dec. 17, 1942; K 52286-52301. 



American football co., inc. 

Fobaga. © Nov. 12, 1942; K 51589. 



138 



Archbishopric of New York. 139, 140 

Lady chapel, St. Patrick's cathedral, B67106. 

- St. Patrick's cathedral chancel, P«7105. © Dec. 
31, 1942; J 35009, 35010. 

Arenz (John A.) 141 

[Thread per inch screw aouble thread single 
point double cutter] © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1943; I 32086. 

Atkins (Harold B.) 142 

Movements of money and the products of in- 
dustry. © Dec. 30, 1942; I 32083. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 143-224 

Axle thrust PL bronze, 3624-A. - Brake beam, 
14165. - Brake wheel, 5086 -A. - Bronze axle 
bracket bushing for Crocker ^Wheeler, 12049, 
12050. - Bronze bushing top half, 3529 -A. - 
Bronze thrust plate, 8366. - C. I. air cylinder, 
1688. - C. I. brg. box cap, 8827. - C. I. cylinder, 
head, 1689, 5153-5153A. - C. L piston head, 9853. 

- C. S. brake beam clevis, 8216 R&L. - C. S. 
bumper, 4062. - C. S, cap, 3549. - C. S. door 
link, 4325 R-L. - C. S. door link connection, 3650. 

- C. S. do6r support, 8855. -Cut steel pinion, 
S. C. gear-cut teeth, 10237. - Diamond S-AAR-I- 
S brake shoe, steel backed, 3173. - End plate for 
cyl. rack housing, 7923. - F. S. driving axle, F. 8. 
trailer axle, 17009. - Forged steel axles, 10258. 

- Forged steel pinion, 2605. - General assembly 
of 10" air cylinder, 7924. - Gong hammer sleeves 
cast iron, 3613, - M. L brake head, 1913-B. - 
M. I. brake shoe holder, 3042-A. - Mall, iron [col- 
umn post] 2321A-R&L. - Mall, iron spring seats, 
1877 -A. - Manganese steel door casting, 11751 & 
11751 -A. - Oil ring 16955. - R. S. wheels, 10246. 

- Roller bearing box S. C, 9238. - S. C, bearing, 
5124. - S. C. bracket, 8859. - S. C. gear, F. S. 
pinion, 16843. - S. C. lever, 4042, 8858. - S. C. 
motor base, 3699-M. - S. C. pedestal, 7287. - S. 
C. R. B. box lid, 8365. - S. C. roller brg. box, 
8856. - S. C. steering rod clevis, 3185. 



- S. C, toggle arm, 5123. - Spring guide C. L, 
1756-A. - Steel follower ring, 13900. - Steel 
washer [&] felt washer, 3056. - Track brush 
assembly, 11620. - Truck rod clevis steel casting,. 
3176. - 1-weighting scale 50000 dial 37 1/2 ton cap 
39-579. - 12" automatic gong, 16491. - 12" 
clapper gong, 11045. - 15 ton double hopper scale 
car, 2-601 -K. - 18 ton bottom dump elec. scale 
car, 1-603, 2-410-A - 2-410-H,2-410-K,2-410-KK, 
2-410-M, 2-410-N, 2.410-PP, 2-410-R, 2-410-RR. 

- 25 ton cap hopper scale car, 2-573-G. - 25 ton 
center dump elec. scale car, 2-573-BB. - 25 ton 
elec. two hopper scale car, 2-573-J. - 25 ton 
hoppef scale car, 2-573-C - 2-573-E, 2-573-H. - 
25 ton two hopper electric scale car, 1-573. - 25 
ton two hopper scale car, 2-573-AA, 2-573-B, 
2-573-F. - 50 gr. ton 880 cu. ft. center dump car, 
1-609. © 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1943; I 31994-32075. 

Bangs (E. Geoffrey), Narbett (Keith O.) & Spencer 
(Eldridge T.) 225 

War housing building type V-tjrpe VI, dwg. D. 
© 1 c. Dec. H 1942; I 31937. 

Barbagelata (Angelo) 226 

Tellurian, © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 31956. 

Barlow advertising agency. 227 

Is your child really safe while you work? ® 
Jan. 7, 1943; K 52398. 

Barton (Frederick H.) 228 

Cotter key remover and replacement tool. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1943; I 31987. 

Beck engraving co., inc. 229 

General Wayne tavern; by James Preston. © 
Dec. 15, 1942; H 2528. 

Bendix aviation corp. Julien P. i):iez & sons div. 

230-234 

Altitude barograph chart, IO08-X-I. © Aug. 13, 
1942; I 31980. 

1068-T-24. © Sept. 30, 1942; I 31981. 

Dept recorder chart, 4100. © Feb. 23, 1942; 
I 31979. 

4100-400. © June 25, 1942; I 31978. 

Para barografo de altura tipo 690 -AT carta, 
1068-SM-l. © Mar. 31, 1942; I 31982. 

Bernhardt (Merrill K.) 235 

Vehicle tire lock, © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1943; *! 31992. 

Bjork (Albin A.) 236 

Boat wheelbarrow. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1943; I 31990. 



Blacklock (Carl Morrill) 

Old mill wheel. © Dec. 17, 1942; K 52262. 



237 



Borden co. 

Elsie: What this world needs. 
K 51587. 



238 
©Nov. 30, 1942; 



517091 0-43-2 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



239 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory -builders 
div. 239-242 

Blast 'em, blast 'em with more production. - 
Free labor must destroy Axis slavery. © Jan. 12, 
1943; K 52443, 52444. 

Blueprint for victory, WAVES, WAACS, workers, 
they're all with us to win. - if machines could 
talk, take care. © Dec. 12, 1942; K 52249, 52250. 



Bretsch (John Hans) 

Sure -grip fork handle. 
31949. 



243 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 



Brown & Bigelow. 244-291 

American Flag, 23061; by N. C. Wyeth. - Back 
of all that we cherish, 23490; by Charles Ernst. - 
Call to arms, 23063; by Earl MacPherson. - Going 
up, 23050; by Lawson Wood. - Heroes, 23066; by 
Walter B. Humphrey. - Hi, neighbor, 23053; by 
Rolf Armstrong. -I'll be waiting, 23064; by Rolf 
Armstrong. - Land of the free, 23143; by Robert 
Wood. - Let's harmonize, 23145; by Rolf Arm- 
strong. - London, Eng., Westminister Abbey, 
23146; by Al Mettel. - May time, 23025; by Andrew 
Loomis. - Miss Liberty, 23055; by EarlMoran. - 
Mount Vernon, 23144; by Carola Rust. - No sacri- 
fice too great, 23413; by Rolf Armstrong. - Order 
of the Purple Heart, 23065; by J. W. Schlaikjer. - 
Practice makes perfect, 23062; by R, James Stuart. 

- Reaching for the stars, 23054, by Zoe Mozert. 

- Surprise^ 23142; by Frank Hoffman. - Sweetest 
flower, 23056; by Zoe Mozert. - Teamwork, 23140; 
by Percival Rosf=eau. - Thy rocks and rills, 
23014; by Maxfield Parrish. - Truly yours, 23052; 
by Rolf Armstrong. - United attack, 23147; by 
Anton Otto Fischer. - Victory -at Midway, 23470; 
by Walter Herrington. - Washington, D.C., Nation- 
al Capitol, 23141; by Al Mettel. - We, too, have a 
job to do, 23000; by Norman Rockwell. - When 
shadows fall, 23057; by EarlMoran. - Work safely, 
drive safely, 23060; by Paul Gerding. - Worth 
fighting for, 23067; by E. F. Ward. - Yankee 
Doodle girl, 23058; by Rolf Armstrong. © Dec. 
26, 1942; K 52351-52380. 

Armstrong (Rolf): 

Aye, aye, sir. - Incendiary blonde. - Look 
pleasant please. - Sweetie pie. - What's your 
hurry? - Winner by a smile. © Dec. 26, 1942, K 
52413-52418. 

MacPherson (Earl): 

Artist's sketch pad. - Can you tie these? - 
Did I go too far in the scrap drive? - Here comes 
that high pressure diver again. - I feel a little bit 
backward. - It's just a step over the border. - 
Keep your powder high I - Now watch my jingle 
jangle jingle. - There was the ,mama bear, the 
papa bear, and Woo-woo. - We're proud of our 
Equipment, too. - What's cookin'? - When it s 
hot we both start shedding. © Dec. 26, 1942; K 
52419-52430. 

Brown instrument co. 292-294 

Brown chart, 5161. © Sept. 3, 1942; I 31929. 

5816. © Aug. 5, 1942, I 31976. 

Brown instrument co. [chart] 181L. © Nov. 13, 

1942; I 31984. 

Buffalo evemng news. 295 

Buffalo evening news [calendar]; by H. M. 
Lownds. © Dec. 30, 1942; K 52251. 

Catalda fine arts, inc. 296, 297 

Apple blossoms, 927; by Carrier. - Breakers, 

752; by Frederick J. Waugh. © Jan. 10, 1943; K 
52348, 52349. 



Catholic church extension soc. of the United States 
of America. 298 

[Joseph (gt.) and The Christ Child] © Jan. 11, 
1943; K 51590. 

Central soya co., inc. McMillen feed naills div. 299 
Feeding cows for profit. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1943; 
J 35099. 

Char (Charles C.) 300 

[Oahu. Photomount map] © Nov. 25, 1942; K 
52390. 

Chase (Ernest Dudley) 301 

Pictorial map of Loveland. © Jan. 18, 1943; K 
52341. 

Cleofe (Lawrence) 302 

Attach chair hanger. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1943; I 
31964. 

Clercs de St. Vialeur. 303 

Isidore (Saint) ; by L. J. Dubois. © Jime 4, 1942; 
K 52261. 

Condron (Theodore L.) 304 

Chart to aid the users of fuel oil. © Jan. 5, 
1943; I 31942. 

Copeland (L. Harl) 305 

He dwelleth not in temples made with hands. © 
Jan. 5, 1943, K 51584. 

Coveleskie (Joseph) 306 

Gravitation force power generating machine. 
[Potential energy chain, variability link] © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1943; I 31960. 

Cronin (Richard) co. 307 

All for one, one for all. © Dec. 15, 1942; K 
52397,. 

Dance patterns, inc. 308 

Le Quorne dance patterns, rumba. © July 15, 
1942; I 32078. 

De Bellis studio, inc. 309 

V piano team. © Aug. 14, 1942; J 35092. 

Derek (James G.) 310 

Derek's gauge dial. © 1 c.Dec. 24, 1942; I 31974. 

Devotional pub. co. 311 

Remembrance of first holy communion; by F. X. 
Sweeney. [Communion certificate] © Jan. 4, 1943; 
K 52260. 



Disney (Walt) productions, inc. 312-348 

Disney (Walter E.) 

Ain't love grand, 15A1013. - Aw c'mon, 
don't be such a fuddy-duddy, 15B1143. - Greetings 
for your birthday, 10B1083. - Hello stranger, 
happy birthday, 10B1073. - Some tales are little 
short tales, 15B1123. - What's this, another birth- 
day, 15B1133. © Sept. 23, 1942; K 52174, 52178, 
52188, 52194-52196. 

And there was a big man in a red suit, 
15X450. - Christmas greetings, hope this doesn't 
lose its way, 15X451. - Christmas greetings, may 
this season be one of real happiness for you, 15X- 
449. - For you at Christmas, 10X677. - Greetings, 
merry Christmas to you, 10X678. - Merry Christ- 
mas, just making tracks, 10X679. © Feb. 14, 1942; 
K 52173, 52175, 52176, 52182, 52191, 52192. 



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Come on, get well, 15C1003. - Kinda wobbly 
ain'tcha, 15C1013. - To someone I like a lot, 
10F1033. - Well, ain't I the dumb bunny, 15B2653. 
© Sept. 18, 1942; K 52171, 52172, 52193, 52200. 

Gift from all of us, 25GE2832. - Here's 
somethin' for ya, 5GE63. - Hi, there, sorry you're 
sick, 5C1512. - Sh-h-h-h-h, there's a new little 
dear little someone, 5N162. - Sorry you're sick, 
everything is topsy-turvy, 10C1013. - Thinkin' of 
you, here I am^ all by myself, 10F1043. - Who, 
whooo's birthdiy, 10B1063. © Oct. 3, 1942; K 
52177, 52189, 52197-52199, 52201, 52202. 

Happy birthday, 8 years old, 10B1883. - 
Happy birthday, 5 year old, 10B1853. - Happy 
birthday, hope you have a lot of fun, 10B1532. - 
Happy birthday, 1 year old, 10B1813. - Happy 
birthday, seven year old, 10B1873. - Happy birth- 
day, 6 years old, 10B1863. - Happy birthday, 3 
year old, 10B1833. - Happy birthday to someone 
who's 4, 10B1843. - Happy birthday, 2 years old, 
10B1823. - Hello, hi, how ya doin', 10F1501. - 
Just a few scents, for your birthday, 10B3553. - 
Lookit, here's somethin' for ya, 10M3553. - Sorry 
you're sick, what's the matter, 10C1512. © Oct. 
5,1942; K 52167-52170, 52179-52181, 52183-52187, 
52190. 

With love for your birthday, 25B7702. © 
Oct. 8, 1942; K 52203. 

Drakoff (Peter) 349 

Automatic motion picture camera. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1943; 131993. 

Draucker (Garfield A.) 350 

Built-in-engine power and speed gear. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1943; I 31954. 

Eardley (Philip Cornelius) 351 

United. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1943; J 35079. 

Ellison (Franklin Hugh) 352-354 

Our new glory victory flag for united nations, 1. 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1943; J 35096. 

Our new glory victory flag for united nations 

dedicated to a new glory and freedom of the world, 

2, 3. © 1 c. each Jan. 28, 1943; J 35097, 35098.. 

Fansteel metallurgical corp. 355 

Tantalum tree. © Nov. 14, 1942; I 31983. 

Federal-Mogul corp. 356 

Bearings carry the load and control engine per- 
formance! © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1943; J 35107. 

Frederick (William Joseph) 357 

Trl-section of the angle, accomplished. © 1 
C.Jan. 4, 1943; 131930. 

Frickey (Royal E.) 358 

Calcu-chart, 1. © Oct. 7, 1942; I 31975. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 359 

Autumn, Arundel park; by Ethelbert White. © 
July 28, 1942; H 2530. 

Fyock (Harry C.) 360 

Positive circulation for rapid beverage cooling. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; 131955. 

Gas defense & decontamination corps of York, Pa. 

361 
Burst of 30 lb. persistent gas shell. © Aug. 14, 
1942; I 31927. 



General cable corp. 362, 363 

Make it right the first time. © Jan. 8, 1943; 

K 52347. 

Shorter the bit you snip for scrap, the longer 

the piece for use on the Japl © Dec. 16, 1942; K 

51588. 

General electric co. 364, 365 

Back him up with more GE production, GEL-797- 

I. - Pick out the biggest one and fire, GEL-825-1. 
© Jan. 20, 1943; K 52410, 52411. 

General foods corp. 366 

Answer is yes. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1943; J 35109. 

General motors corp. Chevrolet motor div. 

367-372 

Additional hands. . - Build now for the future. - 

Everything he needs. - Keeping 'em in the running. 

- Timesavers for victory. - Wartime lubrication 
tips. © 1 c. each Jan. 30, 1943; J 35101-35106, 

Goldln (Shepard J.) 373 

Radio cabinet cover device for tuning in stations. 
© 1 c. Dec. 18, 1942; I 31926. 

Gomory (Alexander) 374 

Dragon-fix, a military fighter plane. © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1943; I 31944. 

Graham navigation aids, inc. 375 

Graham's line of position plotter. © 1 c. Dec. 

II, 1942; 131925. 

Grinnell lithographic co., inc. 376 

Evening in Devonshire; by Andrew' Spencer. © 
Jan. 11, 1943; H 2529. 

Handy (R. AUisten) 377 

Baby David, safety buttons, Di-di-etts. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1943, I 32077. 

Hazeltine service corp. 378-382 

Hemisphere chart, report 1414W. - Logarithmic 
graph paper, 3x5 cycles, form 8-18-42. - Loga- 
rithmic graph pi^)er, 6x9 cycles, form 8-17-42. 
-Permeability graph paper, form 8-12-42. © Dec. 
23, 1942; 1.31931-31934. 

Hemisphere graph paper, form 12-24-42. © 
Jan. 14, 1943; I 32079. 

Herrick (Samuel) 383, 384 

Navigation chart no. 3 for celestial navigation. 

- Position line graph no. 3. © Dec. 28, 1942; I 
31962, 31963. 

Hill (Edward J.) 385 

No. 2 blade for hair clipper and cutter comb. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 31959. 

Hilts pub. CO. 386 

Remember Pearl Harbor, crush them. © Apr. 
3, 1942; K 52248. 

Hoe (R.) & CO., inc. 387-389 

Buy more war bonds and stamps. - This is the 
enemy. - Victory starts here. © Jan. 26, 1943; 
K 52446-52448. 

Holmes (Paul A.) 390 

Trisection of an angle by geometry. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1943; I 31936. 



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Hopkins (V. Ogden) 391 

H(^kins' seal. © Jan. 2, 1943; K 52389. 

Huffman (Jesse F.) 392 

Concentrated load distributor. © July 2Q, 1942; 
I 31935. 



International art pub. co., inc. 

Sand cart; by George Bellows. 
K 52445. 



393 
© Jan. 28, 1943; 



Jansson (Arvid) 394 

Multi-wings, propellers and rudders aeroplane. 
© 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; I 32080. 

Jellineck (Rudolph) 395 

Concealed name and address in the handle of 
an umbrella. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 31951. 

Jensen ptg. co. 396 

o'er the land of the free and the home of the 
brave; by Edward V. Brewer. © Dec. 30, 1942; K 
51585. 

Johnson (Frank J.) 397 

Radius guide. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1943; I 31988. 

KeUte products, inc. 398 

Kelite pH chart. © Dec. 20, 1942; I 32081. 

Kemper -Thomas co. 399-412 

All out for victory; by Al. Bass. - Autumn oaks. 

- Good number; by Buell. - House by the side of 
the road. - How good! - In the Grand Canyon. - 
Just a baby's prayer at twilight. - Oh, the soothing 
charm of these, the ancient mill and the quiet 
trees; by T. Crane. - Our home in the valley of 
content. - Salute to daddy; by Hy. Hintermeister. 

- Salute to Flag; by Hy. Hintermeister. - What the; 
by Hy. Hintermeister. - Where big ones play in 
water cold as ice. - Worth fighting for; by Harold 
Anderson. © Jan. 1, 1943; K 52314-52327. 

Ktllebrew (WilUam T.) 413 

First aid Willie. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1943; K 52396. 

King features syndicate, inc. 414-426 

Annette, Marie and Cecile with Mama Dionne, 

X-2. - Cecile, the clothes-conscious quint, Y-9. 

- Dionne (Yvonne and Emilie) X-33. - Emilie only 
left-handed quint, X-45. © Jan. 10, 1943; J 35083- 
35086. 

Dionne (Mr.) at age of 38,X-97. - Dionne (Mr£.) 
and Emilie, X-96. - One big happy family of 
Dionnes, V-68. © Jan. 17, 1943; J 35089-35091, 

Dionne (Papa) drives quints on trip, X-89. - 
Quints greet Lady Hardwicke, Y-19. - Quints treat 
guard as playmate, Y-20. © Jan, 3, 1943; J 35014- 
35016. 

Emilie on her toboggan, Y-22. - Marie, Annette 
and Yvonne, Y-23. - Marie on her toboggan, Y-21. 
© Jan. 24, 1943; J 35093-35095. 

Lago (Francisco) 427 

■ Adjustable work support, © 1 c. Jan, 8, 1943; 
131945. 

Latham Qlm Loys) ' 428 

Clutch adjusting tool, © 1 c, Jan, 8, 1943; I 
31948, 

Lazarnick (Nick) 429 

Light of liberty. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1943; J 35012. 



Leonard (T. J.) 430 

Victory ^ift certificate, © Jan. 11, 1943; K 
52388, 

Libbey-Owens-Ford glass co. 431 

Rigid frame construction plans and details. 
Dec, 24, 1942; I 31972, 

Liturgical art sales co. ~ 432-437 

Hummel (Berta): 

Lesson, 2. - Meal, 3. - Play, 6, - Poison 
berry, 4, - Prayer, 5, - School, 1. © Apr, 15, 
1941; H 2531-2536, 

Longley (Frank Rogers) 438 

Nomograph of voltage drops on transmission 
lines and distribution circuits. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1943; 
I 31968. 

Lowe & Campbell athletic goods, 439 

Field & court dimensions. © Nov. 1, 1942; I 
31973. 

Luckenbill (Arthur E.) 440, 441 

Snow makes the woods a fairyland of white at 
Camp McCoy, 110. - Winter at Skunk Bluff near 
Tomah, Wisconsin, HI: © Dec, 26, 1942; J 35087, 
35088. 

McBride (W. I.) 442 

It's always interesting to know peqple who do 
things. © Nov. 1, 1942; K 52304. 

McCormick co. 443, 444 

Little pets of west Texas, 2B-H726, - Natives 
of the west Texas ranges, 2B-H727, © Jan, 13, 1943; 
K 52305, 52306. 

Magaw (Warren S.) 445 

Hay loader and unloader, © 1 c, Jan. 21, 1943p^ 
I 31989, 



446-449 
© Dec. 28, 1942; K 



Markley (Ethel L.) 

.Abraham offers Isaac 
51591. 

Boy Samuel, © Dec. 28, 1942; K 51592. 

Noah and animals entering the ark, © Dec. 28, 
1942; K 51593. 

Temptation, 207, © Dec. 30, 1942; K 52400. 

Mead Johnson & co. 450, 451 

Babies svq)ervised by physicians are better 

babies. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1943; K 52391. 

Dressing little sister; by Bernhard Pothast. 

© 1 c. Dec. 2, 1942; K 52381. 

Minsky bros. & co. 452 

Greetings from Steubenville, Ohio, 1B-H2266. 
© Apr. 6, 1942; K 52308. 

Mitchell (George William) 453, 454 

Down by the old mill stream. - Great emanci- 
pator, Abraham Lincoln. © 1 c. each Jan. 13, 1943; 
J 35080, 35081. 

Monner (Ray John) 4S5, 456 

CO2 operated projector. - Rocket fuel design. 
©>1 c. Jan. 12, 1943; I 31965, 31966, 

Moore dry kiln co, 457 

Moore-kiln recorder [chart] 0401. © Jan. 6, 
1943; I 31967. 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 1, 1943 



N 



624 



Muhlenberg press. 

Meaning of the manger. 
52395. 



458 
© Oct. 9, 1942; K 



Mulford (Louis K.) 459-519 

Bow Lake, Canada, 1-11. - Bow River, Mt. 
Rundle, 1, 2. - Louise (Lake ) Canada, 35-55. - 
Marie (Lake ) Snowy Range, Wyo., 1-3. - Mary's 
Lake G.N. Park, Mont., 1-3. - O'Hara (Laks) 
Canada, 1-9. - Sheep, Snowy Range, Wyo. - 
Waterton Lakes, Canada, 1-11. © 1 c. each Dec. 
24, 1942; J 35017-35077. ' 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co. 520-564 

Action on two fronts; by Hy. [i. e. John Henry] 

Hintermeister. - America delivers; by Anton 

Otto Fischer. - American kneels only to his God. 

- Back lash. - Blest be the tie that binds. 
Blowing bubbles. - Call of the open road. - Come 
on men, do you want to live forever? - Cutting the 
melon. - Don't give up the ship. - Double. - 
Freckles. - Hold everything; by Hy. [i. e. John 
Henry] Hintermeister. - Hold the front for I am 
coming. - Home defense. - How's this? - I 
tiave not yet beg^un to fight. - I regret that I have 
but one life to give for my country. - Indian love 
call; by C. M. Russell. - Learning by doing. - 
Light and color. - Live wire. - Love in a cottage. 

- Man behind the man behind the gun. - Millions 
for defense but not one cent for tribute. - Our 
mission is to bold this position at all costs, no 
faUing back. - Photo finish; by John Henry Hinter- 
meister. - praise God and pass the ammunition. 
Ready for that perfect shot; by A. Cucchi. - Rein- 
forcements on the way; by Stuart. - Right or 
wrong, my country. -.See my secretary; by Art 
Frahui. - Semper fidelis, always faithful. - Send 
us more Japs. - Signing the Declaration of 
Independence. - South American way; by Jules 
Erblt. - Sure cure. - Swing. - There'll always 
be an England. - Thumbs up. - United we stand. - 
Victory girl. - Waiting for you. - We have met the 
enemy and they are ours. - Where's my man? © 
Dec. 28, 1942; K 52204-52247, 52350. 

Mi}3lc masters gallery. 565-567 

Bonime Qoseph): 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) 1770-1827, facsimile 
of original manuscript of his last Sonata for piano, 
opus m. - Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) 1755-1791, 
facsimile of page of original manuscript of his 
Sonata in C major for violin and piano, second 
movement. - Schubert (Franz) 1 797-1828, facsimile 
of page of original manuscript of the Unfinished 
Symphony. © Dec. 3, 1942; K 52401-52403. 

National ptg. co.^ inc. 568-575 

Christmas eve, 59-A, 408. - Greetings, 50-A, 
401, 404, 407. - Joyful Christmas, 58-A. - Merry 
Christmas, P-4. © Aug. 4, 1942; K 52252-52259. 



Nelson (Milton A.) 

Great Mormon temple. 



576 
© Aug. 1, 1942; J 35007. 



North (Mack O.) 

North's turkey-type caliper. 
31977. 



© Dec. 



577 
9, 1942; I 



North American aviation, inc. 578 

Killing time is killing men; by Reynold Brown. 
© Jan. 26, 1943; K 52437. 



Northern pump co. 579-582 

Grant (Gordon) U. S. S.: 

Chester (Cruiser) - Gridley (Destroyer ) - 
Hornet (Aircraft carrier ) - Pennsylvania (Battle - 
ship) © Dec. 21, 1942; K 52310-52312, 52328. 

Oerter Oohn W.) & Oerter (Robert N.) sf.. 583 

Reading device and improvements. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1943; I 31991. 

Osborne co. 584-606 

America the beautiful; by Grif [i. e. Griffith H.] 
TeUer. - And the Star Spangled Banner in tri- 
umph shall wave; by C. F. Neagle. - Busy line; by 
William T. Hoff. - Champions; by Arthur D. Fuller. 
- Dave's done it again; by Hy. [i. e. John Henry] 
Hintermeister. - Duty, honor, coimtry, Washington 
plans the United States military academy at West 
Point; by Hy. [i. e. John Henry] Hintermeister. - 
Enduring through the years; by Ernest Lindeck. - 
Eternal vigilance, the price of liberty; by Robert 
A. Knudsten. - Faithful service through the years; 
by Grif [i.e. Griffith H.] Teller. - Highway to lib- 
erty; by Walter de Maris. - Home on leave; by 
Harold Anderson. - Home on the' range; by Charles 
J. Belden. - Howdy, sailor; by Walt Otto. - I'm 
waiting for you; by Alfred Buell. - Land we love; 
by Grif [i.e. Griffith H.] TeUer. - Let's be friends; 
by Rolf Armstrong. - Natural Bridge, Rockbridge 
County, Va.; by J. Lee Davis. - On guard; by Hy. 
[i.e. John Henry] Hintermeister.. - Onward to vic- 
tory; by Fred J. Hoertz. - Ours to love, ours to 
protect; by Maud Tousey Fangel. - Rolling for 
victory; by Annie Benson Muller. - Song of the old 
mill wheel; by £. Lamasure. - Those good old 
days are here again; by Richard Lorenz. © Dec. 
28, 1942; K 52263-52286. 

Pfaltzgraff (Pearlie V.) 607, 608 

American mother's bleeding heart quilt. © 1 c. 

Oct. 1, 1942; K 52166. 

Mothers of America rug. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1942; 

J 35008. 

Pittsburgh steel co. 609 

Collapse data chart for Pittsburgh special and 
API casing chart, 317. © Aug. 17, 1942; I 32087. 

Polito (Salvatore) 610 

Mother and chUd. © Dec. 24, 1942; J 35011. 

Pomeroy (Andrew) 611 

[Electrical guide] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1943; I 32082. 

Ponsford (Charles A.) 612 

Copyholder [&] reversible stenographer's aid. 
© 1 c. Dec. 29, 1942; I 31971. 

Porto-server. 613-624 

Hey I That's my name. - High tide and torpedoes 
can't stop the mail for. - High time somebody 
wuz tossin' a line to. - High-hol Here's a letter 
for. - On the lookout for. - Shoot some ink this 
way for. © Dec. 10, 1942; K 52431-52436. 

Hi - folks, here's that overdue mail for. - I 
won't let my sweetheart down, here's one for. - 
I'm writing this while scrubbing the admiral's deck, 
pal. - Many t'anks - folks, for the mail, and here s 
one for. - Mess sarge aln t lookin' pal, so here's 
one for. - Your letter wuza life-saver, sweetheart, 
so here's one for. © Nov. 25, 1942; K 52382- 
52387. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Powell (Howard E.) 625 

Vest pocket fountain pen filler. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 
1943; I 31958. 

Providence lithograph co. 626-628 

David plays for Jonathan; by G. Paterson Love. 
- God's gift of food; by Cicely Barker, - Helping a 
friend; by Coleman. © Jan. 22, 1943; K 52392- 
52394; 

Publication corp. 629-640 

Bannister (Constance): 

Let's be buddies. - Little Miss Lovely. © 
Oct. 30, 1942; K 52336, 52338. 

Blushing maidens; by Paula Morse. - Brown 
eyes, so blue; by Mead Maddick Lownds. - Roses 
are red; by Carl R. Hendricks. - Symphony in 
yellow; by Frederick W. Brehm. © Oct. 30, 1942; 
K 52333, 52335, 52339, 52340. 
Fagans (Lester): 

Bell P-30 Airacobra. - Boeing B-17-E-K 
Flying fortress. - Lockheed P-38 Lightning. - 
North American B-25 medium bomber. © Oct. 
30, 1942; K 52329-52332. 
Hesse (Otto): 

Catnip dreams. - Lady of the lake. © Oct. 
30, 1942; K 52334, 52337. 

Pullman CO. 641-645 

Help reduce that number of office forms. © 
Jan. 19, 1943; K 52439. 

Junk is expensive. - Suggestion winners that 
rang the bell. © Jan. 26, 1943; K 52438, 52440. 

One step saved, means increased efficiency and 
less fatigue. © Feb. 2, 1943; K 52441. 

Over $60,000.00 has been paid out in awards for 
suggestions. © Jan. 5, 1943; K 52442. 

Purina mills. 646 

From chicks to $ $ $. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1943; J 
35100. 

Quaker state lithographing co., inc. 647-650 

Peterson (Roger Tory): 

Dogwood time, 106. - Gay trio, 105. - In the 
summer breeze, 103. - Magnolia time, 102. © 
Dec. 4, 1942; K 52343-52346. 



Rawley co. 

School commando's course. 
51586. 



651 
Jan. 8, 1&>43; K 



Ray (Lee G.) 652 

Tandem plane with Diesel-electric arrangement. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 31947. 

Reid (Donald) 653 

Medicine spoon. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1942; I 31970. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) 654 

Motion picture theatre proposed to be erected in 
Western Pennsylvania, design 942. © Jan. 29,1943; 
I 32084. 

Rood (Ray R.) 655 

Ray R. Rood pipe number I corncob. [Corncob 
pipe] © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1942; I 31969. 

Schettler (Amanda) 656-660 

Duke. © Dec. 12, 1942; J 35078. 

Mike. -Quaint friendship. - Swingtime. -Twins. 
© Dec. 28, 1942; J 35003-35006. 



Schmitz (Charles) 661 

My sweetheart is fighting with United States 
armed forces. © Jan. 15, 1943; K 52412. 

Scholnik (Nathan) 662 

Toast to victory. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1943; J 35111. 

Scriptures visualized institute. 663 

Backyard explorations. © Dec. 1, 1942; J 35013. 

Seven-up co. 664, 665 

America gives him opportunity. © 1 c. Dec. 25, 

1942; K 52164. 

Same. © Jan. 8, 1943; K 52399. 

Shapiro (S. George) 666 

Dental acrylics. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1943; I 31985. 

Society for the propagation of the faith. 667 

God is our refuge and strength; by J. Watson 
Davis, © Jan. 2, 1943; K 52165. 

Success portrait co. 668 

[Inspiration] by Stone. © Oct. 20, 1942; K 
52342. 

Sullivan (Bernard C.) 669 

Electrochemical processing of aluminum oxide 
from clay. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1943; I 31943. 

Suokko (Fritz) 670 

Jumping rope. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 31957. 

Swift & CO. 671 

Stick to the standards. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1943; J. 
35108. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co, 672-676 

Tag chart, 150° C-O-50-IR. © Jan. 25, 1943; I 

32076. 

160-140-PT, 250-0-50-00, 400° C-IOO-IR, 

© Dec. 24, 1942; I 31939-31941. 

200-0-150-00. © Dec. 28, 1942; I 31938. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc, 677-680 

Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, University of Illi- 
nois, 1B891-N. © Apr. 15, 1942; K 52303, 

Greetingsfrom Kansas City, Missouri, 1B-H2514, 
© Apr. 7, 1942; K 52307. 

Greetings from Shawano, Wisconsin, 2B-H60. © 
Apr. 17, 1942; K 52302. 

Portion of the Floor of Fame, Grauman's Chi- 
nese Theatre, 1B-H2166. © Apr. 7, 1942; K 
52309. 

Templeman (E. B.) 681 

On patrol. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1943; J 351^^, 

Thompson (Arthur S,) 682 

Bumper and license plate holder, and improve- 
ments. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; I 31950. 

Trimble (Arthur G.) 683 

Wesley (John) © Jan. 11, 1943; J 35082. 



Van Derhoff (Bern M.) 684 

Gear shifting mechanism, © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1943; 
I 31946. 



Walsh (Robert Arthur) 685 

Universal sketch sheet. © Dec. 23, 1942; I 31928. 



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no. 1, 1943 



696 



Webster (Joseph B.) 686, 687 

Side propeller arrangement for ships. - Steam 

generator. © 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1«3; 1 31952, 
31953. 

Williams (Harward) 688-693 

Duff (Walter R.): 

Ageratums and chrysanthemums. - Iris, 
daffodils and leucocoryne. - Lilies and canterbury 
bells. - Petunias, foxgloves and morning glories. 
- Peoples and daisies. - Roses, delphiniums and 
phaceUa. © Nov. 27, 1941; K 52404-52409. 



Wood (Ray) 694 

Wood's special square grip drumstick. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1943; I 31986. 



Worden (Helen) 695 

What are your lucky days. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1943; 
I 32085. 



Zegarelli (Joseph) 696 

Peace with victory. © Dec. 26, 1942; K 52313. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-cc^y entries) 9 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 128 one-copy entries) — 163 

Photographs (including 82 one-copy entries) 109 

Prints and pictorial Illustrations (including 5 contributions to periodicals and other one-cc^y 

entries) — --- 295 

Total - - - 576 



11 



PRINTS AND DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 



Doench (Eda S.) 1-5 

Daisies. R 115056, Jan. 27, 1943. 
I dare you. R 115058, Jan. 27, 1943. 
Orchid. R 115059, Jan. 27, 1943. 
Reveries. R 115061, Jan. 27, 1943. 
Violets. R 115063, Jan. 27, 1943. 
© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc.. New York. 

Grimball (Meta M.) ^ 6-9 

Pa says if I eat bread an' milk I'll grow up good 
like him. R 115066, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Thinking up an alibi. R 115064, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Three generations. R 115068, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Ultimatum. R 115065, Jan. 27, 1943. 

© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc.. New York. 

Gutmann (Bessie Pease) 10-17 

Dimples. R 115069, Jan. 27, 1943. 

God bless papa & mamma. R 115067, Jan. 27, 
1943. 

Happy dreams. R 115057, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Message of the roses. R 115073, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Mighty like a rose. R 115072, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Poverty & riches. R 115074, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Smile worth while. R 115071, Jan. 27, 1943. 

Sweet innocence. R 115070, Jan. 27, 1943. 

© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New York. 



Gutmann & Gutmann, inc. 

Priscilla. R 115060, Jan. 27, 1943. 
Stepping stones. R 115062, Jan. 27, 1943. 
© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc.. New York. 



18, 19 



Taylor instrument cos. 20-26 

Tycos recording pressure gauge chart, no. 
5001. R 114798, Jan. 14, 1943, 

nos. 5002, 5003. R 114857, 114859, Jan. 18, 

1943. 

Tycos recording thermometer chart, nos. 714, 
1011, 1661, 1800. R 114854, 114856, 114855, 114858, 
Jan. 18, 1943. 

© Taylor instriunent cos., Rochester, N. Y. 

Tower (Constantine Andrew) 27-30 

Company's special police or patrolman guard in 
uniform. R 114426, Jan, 12, 1943, 

Four story building displaying electric wiring 
protection. R 114428, Jan. 12, 1943. 

Lion and lioness as an emblem for advertising 
protection of premises. R 114425, Jan. 12, 1943. 

Scale in circle of cloud representing Justice. R 
114427, Jan. 12, 1943. 

© Coney O'Deil Andrew Tower, Brooklyn. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 697, 698 
For pharmaceuticals: 

This is why I'm buying war bondsl © Feb, 1, 
1943; KK 17649. 

Vita-kaps.. Subversive propaganda. © Jan. 
19, 1943; KK 17578. 

Acheson colloids corp.. Port Huron, Mich. 699 

Dag colloidal graphite as a parting compound. 
For colloidal graphite dispersions. © Jan. 19, 
1943; KK 17566. 

Aeronca aircraft corp., Middletown, O. 700 

This is the home of Aeronca. For aircraft. © 
Jan. 9, 1943; KK 17406. 

American cabinet hardware corp., Rockford, 111. 

701, 702 
For cabinet hardware: 

Amerock cabinet hardware. © Jan. 13, 1943; 
KK 17607. 

In dinii^ room and kitchen matched en- 
sembles add to the joy of living. © Feb. 11, 1941; 
KK 17606. 

American cutter & engineering corp., Warren, 
Mich. 703 

A. C. E. for special cutting tools. For metal 
cutting tools. © Dec. 27, 1942; KK 17550. 

American steel & wire co. of New Jersey, Cleve- 
land. 704 
AISI, SAE and NE standard steels including 
nearest aeronautical material specifications. For 
steel. © Aug. 27, 1942; KK 1757' 

American viscose corp.. New York. 705-708 

For rayon yarns: 

Groundword for future sales. © Nov. 5, 1942; 
KK 17453. 

How a scientific hunch corrected two evasive 
colors! © Jan. 6, 1943; KK 17454. 

Let's wipe the smiles off these faces. © 
Dec. 7, 1942; KK 17329. 

Our Christmas gift to Hitler. © Dec. 23, 
1942; KK 17548. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 709, 710 

How to save 30 minutes on your next chicken 

dinner. For pultry. © Nov. 24, 1942; KK 17292. 
More deadly for the Axis than T.N.T.l For 

meat. © Dec. 30, 1942; KK 17340. 



Associated distributors, Chicago. 711-715 

For nail polish: 

Enchantment for your nails, from this 
precious lacquer. © Nov. 4, 1942; KK 17555. 

Enduring lacquer for your nails. © Dec. 8, 
1942; KK 17558. 

Lasting beauty for your nails. © Oct. 2, 1942; 
KK 17556. 

Long lasting Chen Yu nail lacquer. © Sept. 
26, 1942; KK 17554. 

Make-up that stays on makes customers that 
stay with you. © Dec. 8, 1942; KK 17559. 

517091 O - 43 - 3 



Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 716 

Mount Rushmore has permanence. For non- 
precious metal for artificial dentures. © Dec. 15, 
1942; KK 17298. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co., inc., Louisville. 717 

What goes on here anyway. For cigarettes. © 
Nov. 26, 1942; KK 17638. 

Becker (Morris L.) Chicago. 718 

Foot appliances must have a sound scientific 
basis to justify its use. For foot appliances. © 
Sept. 14, 1942; KK 17498. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 719 

Tonight's lesson for Japs, subtracting Zeros. 
For aircraft. © Jan, 14, 1943; KK 17545. 

Bendix aviation corp.. New York. 720, 721 

Invisible crew of our bullet belchii^ monsters. 

For brakes, universal joints, carburetors. © Nov, 

18, 1942; KK 17301, 

Stout-hearted, shot to hell, but heading home. 

For aircraft magnetos, © Dec, 23, 1942; KK 17300, 

Bendix -Westinghouse automotive air brake co., 
Elyria, O. 722 

Keep 'em rolling. For air brakes and air oper- 
ated devices. © Sept, 26, 1942; KK 17355. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 723-725 

Navy wools news now smart far into spring. For 

misses wool dresses. © Jan. 17, 1943; KK 17567. 
Stormy Weather fashions exclusive with Best's 

For coats, jackets, pants, hood, turban, hat gloves, 

& hose. © Jan. 24, 1943; KK 17579. 

They really understand me at the Liliputian 

Bazaar. For infants dresses, sweaters, shirts, 

sacque, bunting, nightie, blanket & towels. © Jan. 

10, 1943; KK 17371. 



Beverwyck breweries, inc., Albany. ' 

One aim - victory I For beer. © Dec. 
KK 17281. 



726 
29, 1942; 

727-730 



Bonwit Teller, inc.. New York. 
For women's apparel: 

Overtime ulster. © Jan. 17, 1943; KK 17500. 

Oxford gray flannel, all wool and yarn-dyed. 
© Jan. 10, 1943; KK 17404. 

Skirt steals the show, Maurice Rentner suit. 
© Jan. 10, 1943; KK 17405. 

Town brown calf. © Jan. 17, 1943; KK 17499. 



Borden co., Houston. 731-772 

America's farmer is a first line fighting man, 

too. For homogenized milk. © Jan. 1, 1943; KK 

17364. 

For dairy products: 

At no extra cost, a full day's supply of vitamin 

D in every quart. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 17431. 

But Elmer, you can't get a bomber with 
Borden's evaporated milk coupons. © Oct. 13, 
1942; KK 17412. 



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pt. 4, n. s., T. 38 



Don't be silly, Liederkranz Is as American 
as apple pie. © Dec. 8, 1942; KK 17432. 

Here's a slogan that'll bring 'em inl © Nov. 
14, 1942; KK 17328. 

Pack a lunch a man can work on. © Dec. 8, 
1942; KK 17436. 

For dairy products and mince meat: 

George always flies home when he hears 
we're having mince pie. © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 
17426. 

It's mince pie time, make 'em with Borden's 
wonderful None Such mince meat. © Nov. 19, 1942; 
KK 17275. 

For evaporated milk: 

Come on over to my house and we'll split 
a can of Borden's evaporated milk between us. © 
Oct. 30, 1942; KK 17415. 

Don't give me that kootchie kootchie stuff. 
© Nov. 18, 1942; KK 17423. 

Folks, meet the winners in Elsie's recipe 
roundup. © Nov. 25, 1942; KK 17429. 

Frankly, Doc. I like a little more Borden's 
evaporated milk to my formula. © Nov. 11, 1942; 
KK 17420. 

Hello, Pop. I'm having an old hospital chum 
for dinner. © Nov. 24, 1942; KK 17427. 

I had to do it. Mother was always tapping my 
Borden's evaporated milk for her cookingi © Nov. 
20, 1942; KK 17425. 

I wish they'd shut off the mush talk. © 
Nov. 3, 1942; KK 17416. 

It's this way, Judge. She's always stealing 
my Borden's evaporated milk for her cooking. © 
Nov. 13, 1942; KK 17422. 

Might as well weigh the Borden's evaporated 
milk with me. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 17430. 

No, you can't have a drop of my Borden's 
evaporated milk for your coffee. © Nov. 12, 1942; 
KK 17421. 

Oh, I never let him borrow my Borden's 
evaporated milk unless he lets me play with his 
watch. © Nov. 10, 1942; KK 17419. 

There's entirely too much of my Borden's 
evaporated milk going into the cooking. © Oct. 
20, 1942; KK 17413. 

This wonderful new folder is saving me a 
tidy sum on food bills. © Dec. 8, 1942; KK 17435. 

Want to try something special. © Nov. 25, 
1942; KK 17428. 

You gotta watch out your mother doesn't use 
up all your Borden's evaporated in her cooking. © 
Nov. 3, 1942; KK 17417. 

You won't get any of this for your mashed 
potatoes. © Oct. 23, 1942; KK 17414. 
For fluid milk: 

And so we call it the children's milkl © 
Nov. 23, 1942; KK 1729. 

Children had it coming to them. © Nov. 12, 
1942; KK 17273. 

Hurray! Borden's approved homogenized 
vitamin D milk is now sold through stores. © Dec. 
7, 1942; KK 17433. 

My everyday wish for children. © Dec. 21, 
1942; KK 17438. 

No wonder we call It the children's milkl © 
Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17278. 

We kiddies need lots of vitamin D. © Dec. 9, 
1942; KK 17276. 

Wondrous story of the children's milk. © 
Dec. 7, 1942; KK 17434. 
For ice cream: 

But what's a war without shortages. © Dec. 
11, 1942; KK 17437. 



Four star specials with Borden's ice cream. 
Sets A & B. © Nov. 5, 1942; KK 17489. 
For milk and cream: 

It's newl It's grand for coffee, cereals, 
fruits. © Oct. 30, 1942; KK 17271. 

It's the new thing for coffee, cereals, fruits! 
© Nov. 19, 1942; KK 17274. 
For mince meat: 

George always flies home the minute he hears 
we're having mince pie. ■© Dec. 11, 1942; KK 
17280. 

It appeared the day I made a mince pie with 
with Borden's None Such. © Oct. 30, 1942; KK 
17277. 

Wouldn't it be a lot simpler just to make him 
a mince pie. © Nov.. 20, 1942; KK 17424. 
For vitamin fortified drink: . 

Here's where you win, sir, 6 1/2 to 1. © 
June 14, 1942; KK 17326. 

Try it, yourself, Borden's daily double! © 
June 9, 1942; KK 17327. 

Have you tried Borden's daily double? For 
milk and vitamin fortified drink preparation. © 
Oct. 15, 1942; KK 17488. 

Here she comes, whispered the manager. For 
cheese. © Nov. 5, 1942; KK 17418. 

Borg-Warner corp. Norge div., Detroit. 773-775 
For household appliances: 

Keep your war bonds in this free budget port- 
folio. © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 17461. 

Keep your war bonds in this free budget port- 
folio. © Dec. 9, 1942; KK 17408. 

Norge dealers here is your timely, patriotic 
sales after victory program. © Nov. . 14, 1942; KK 
17409. 

Brooks (Marguerite G.) New York. 776 

Lacette loom. For bobbin lace loom with some 
materials for assembling. © Sept. 2, 1942; KK 
17514. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Alleles. 

777-783 
For lemons: 

For health, avoid harsh laxatives, LA -3422. 
©Jan. 1, 1943; KK 17484. 

Got a cold, LA-3441-A. © Jan. 3, 1943; KK 
17482. 

What to do for a cold, LA-3440-A. © Dec. 
27, 1942; KK 17487. 
For oranges: 

California sends you the high-vitamin orange 
juice, LA-3404. © Dec. 16, 1942; KK 17486. 

Give them the high-vitamin orange juice, 
LA-3428. © Nov. 25, 1942; KK 17332. 

He: Juice oranges, LA-3402. © Deci 20, 
1942; KK 17485. 

We want the high-vitamin orange juice, LA- 
3405. © Jan. 3, 1943; KK 17483. 

Carter coal CO., New York. 784 

Elephant and the donkey are symbols of freedom. 
For Pocahontas coal. © Dec. 17, 1942; KK 17272. 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 785 

Here's the Castle film every projector owner 
has been waiting for. For home movies. © Dec. 
31, 1942; KK 17452. 

Chatham mfg. co., EUdn, N. C. 786 

Mad method, Mrs. Hepplewhyte. For blankets. 
© Nov. 10, 1942; KK 17525. 



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852 



Cherry-Burrell Corp., Chicago. 787 

Buy bonds from our government, buy supplies 
from Cherry-Burrell. Cherry-Burrell corporation 
1943 calendar. For dairy products. © Nov. 25, 
1942; KK 17458. 

Chesebrough mfg. co., cons'd., New York. 788, 789 
For hair tonic: 

Didn't know my hair could look so good until 
I checked dry scalp. © July 28, 1942; KK 17341. 

Want your hair to look better? © Aug. 25, 
1942; KK 17342. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 790-792 
For coal: 

Coal is available. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 
17672. 

Key to your fuel problems. © Nov. 27, 1942; 
KK 17573. 

Thank you, Chicago coal users. © Jan. 18, 
1943; KK 17571. 

Clark (Robert H.) CO., Los Angeles. 793 

Clark three blade adjustable hole cutter. For 
three blade adjustable hole cutter. © Oct. 9, 1942; 
KK 17466. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 794-804 

For soft drink: 

Ask the Flying Tiger from China. © Jan. 16, 
1943; KK 17596. 

Coke's in. Waitress and five sailors. © Jan. 
2, 1943; KK 17468. 

It's as easy as dividing by 6, cases of Coca- 
cola and calendar. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 17597. 

Of course there'll always be a Santa Claus, 
Coca-cola salesman. © Dec. 2, 1942; KK 17291. 
For soft drink. That extra something: 

Coast guardsman. © Dec. 9,1942; KK 17285. 

Fireman sliding down pole. © Dec. 30, 1942; 
KK 17496. 

Housewife cooking. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 
17358. 

Man air raid warden. © Dec. 25, 1942; KK 
17359. 

Marine. © Dec. 25, 1942; KK 17497. 

RetaU grocer. © Dec. 2, 1942; KK 17284. 

U. S. firefighter in asbestos suit. © Dec. 16, 
1942; KK 17286. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 805, 806 

For stills, posters, window cards, lobby display 
cards, slides <( mats: 

Boston Blackie goes Hollywood. © Oct. 28, 
1942; KK 17537. 

Stand by all networks. © Oct. 24, 1942; KK 
17536. 

Columbus dental ndg. co., Columbus, O. 807 

Steele's mold chart, new Trupontics new hue 
shades. For artificial teeth. © Dec. 18, 1942; KK 
17456. 

Communication measurements laboratory, New 
York. 808 

Rotobridge. For automatic high speed mass 
production tester for electronic equipment. © Jan. 
7, 1943; KK 17630. 

Consolidated royal chemical corp., Chicago. 

809, 810 



For tiand lotion: 

Golly, Molly! Have you tried the new high 
speed Velure hand lotion? © Jan. 10, 1943; KK 
17583. 

Golly, Molly I Have you tried the new, high- 
speed Velure hand lotion? © Jan. 12, 1943; KK 
17611. 

Coming glass works. Corning, N. Y. 811 

Supplement no. 2 to catalog LP21. For tubing 
and rod. © Nov. 1, 1942; KK 17335. 

Cram (George F.) co., inc., Indianapolis. 812 

They can't have it. For globes. © Dec. 28, 
1942; KK 17511. 

Crawford mfg. co., inc., Richmond. 813 

Crawford Shady-nook porch accessories. 1943. 
For glider replacement cushions, chair pads and 
slip covers. © Dec. 16, 1942; KK 17527. 

Culter-Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 814 

Keep 'em clean to keep 'em working. For elec- 
trical control. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 17610. 

Dana perfumes, Chicago. 815-817 

For cosmetics: 

Forbidden perfume. © Oct. 2, 1942; KK 17561. 

Guess what I have for you. © Nov. 5, 1942; 
KK 17557. 

Important gifts. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 17560. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 818, 819 

• For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Advance data sheet no. 515, Day-brite type H 
fixtures. © Dec. 21, 1942; KK 17411. 

Advance data sheet no. 516, Day-brite type K 
fixtures. © Dec. 21, 1942; KK 17410. ' 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 820 

Woman's saving-touch in wartime. For stencil 
duplicators and supplies. © Jan. 11, 1943; KK 
17503. 

Dick brothers brewing co. , Quincy, 111. 821 

At the fair with the Dick family. For beer. © 
Dec. 20, 1942; KK 17462. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 822, 823 

It's a few days to Christmas. For a fluid to 

clean windows. © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 17443. 

She sterilizes baby's dishes. For powder to 

clear household pipes and drains. © Nov. 20, 1942; - 

KK 17442. 

Druley (Nicholas E.) Riverside, Calif. 824 

Good will cash award plan. For cosmetics, 
tobaccos, drugs, etc. © Oct. 2, 1942; KK 17522. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 825, 826 

For gasoline. What's in a name: 

Noel means Christmas. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 
17338. 

Noel means Christmas, Edith means richgift, 
happiness. © Dec. 11, 1942; KK 17337. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 827-852 

For cards dispensed by vending machines: 

Army and navy, case 1923. © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 17397. 

Blind date, case 1933. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 
17391. 



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pt. 4. n. s.. V. 38 



Crackers, an explosion of wit, fun and humor, 
case 1943. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17378. 

Daffy diplomas, case 1929. © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 17394. 

Get a permit here, the sky is the limit, 
permits, case 1935. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17383. 

Gloom chasers, have a good laugh, case 1941. 
© Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17375. 

Guide to romance and success, case 1942. © 
Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17377. 

Gypsy queen card reader, case 1945. © Nov. 
16, 1942; KK 17379. 

How many limbs will there be on your family 
tree, case 1934. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17390. 

How to win a sweetheart, case 1944. ® Nov. 
16, i942; KK 17376. 

How to woo and win a husband or wife, case 
1938. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17387. 

How to write love letters, case 1937. © Nov. 
16, 1942; KK 17388. 

Kiss cards, say it with a kiss, case 1926. © 
Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17399. 

License bureau, case 1939. © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 17386. 

Loony lyrics, case 1932. © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 17392. 

Miles of smiles, case 1931. © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 17393. 

Neckers' love letters, case 1947. © Nov. 16, 
1942; KK 17381. 

Pep songs, case 1928. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 
17395. 

Ration cards, case 1924. © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 17396. 

There is an important telegram here for you, 
telegram, case 1930. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17384. 

Thumbs l^}, good luck post cards, case 1927. 
© Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17398. 

True love letter post office, case 1948. © 
Nov. 16, 1943; KK 17382. 

What will your engagement ring bring, case 
1946. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17380. 

You forgot your medal for bravery, medals, 
case 1925. © Nov, 16, 1942; KK 17385. 

Your future partner and family, case 1940. 
© Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17400. 

Your ideal love mate, case 1936. © Nov. 16, 
1942; KK 17389. 

Fairmont railway motors, inc., Fairmont, Minn. 

853-858 

Discing equipment for Fairmont M23 ballast 
drainage unit. For discing equipment. © Oct. 25, 
1942; KK 17584. 

Fairmont endless cord belts. For endless cord 
belts. © Oct. 25, 1942; KK 17588. 

Fairmont W55, series A, weed burner, bulletin 
476. For weed burner. © Aug. 24, 1942; KK 
17612. 

Fairmont W60 series A derrick car. For 
derrick car. © Oct. 25, 1942; KK 17585. 

Scarifiers for Fairmont M23 ballast drainage 
unit. For scarifiers. © Oct. 25, 1942; KK 17586. 

Universal blader for Fairmont M23 ballast 
drainage unit. For blader. © Oct. 25, 1942; KK 
17587. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co., Newark, N. J. 

859-861 
For beer: 

Bringing men closer together. © Jan. 14, 
1943; KK 17464. 



Measure of man's handiwork. © Dec. 28, 
1942; KK 17463, 

Triumph of vision and vigilance. © Jan. 27, 
1943; KK 17648. 

Finch (Jos. S.) & co., inc., Schenley, Pa. 862 

To the spirit of Christmases yet to come. For 
liquor. © Dec. 4, 1942; KK 17294. 

Firth-Sterling steel co., McKeesport, Pa. 863-865 
Cromoco air-hardening die steel for high pro- 
duction. For die steel. © Sept. 15, 1942; KK 17526. 
Firthaloy bolt-sizing dies. For bolt-sizing dies. 
© June 30, 1942; KK 17367. 

Invaro. For oil hardening die steel. © Oct. 31, 
1942; KK 17652. 

Florists' telegraph delivery assn., Detroit. 886 
Wonderful thing for a man to know in December ! 
For flowers by telegraph. © Dec. 11, 1942; KK 
17444. 

Fox (I. J.) inc.. New York. 867 

Hearty salute [to the fur industry] For fur. © 
Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17296. 

Fratelli Branca & co., inc., New York. 868 

Napoli d'altri tempi. Naples of long ago. For 
tonic. © Dec. 14, 1942; KK 17627; 

Gamellwin, inc., Sparta, N. J. 869 

Foot Facial. For a product for care and treat- 
ment of feet. © Dec, 29, 1942; KK 17370. 

Garratt- Callahan co. of New York, inc.. New York. 

870 
Garcalco carbon scale & slag remover. For 
carbon scale & slag remover. © Dec. 5, 1942; KK 
17551. 

Gearing (Charles Albert) Bellwood, HI. 871 

Modern crusade flag. The royal Christian 
banner. For flags and banners. © Sept. 17, 1942; 
KK 17574. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 872 

After 12 months of war. For tires and retreads. 
© Dec. 23, 1942; KK 17269. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 873-876 

For cosmetics: 

Get your exercise and beauty at night. © 
Jan. 14, 1943; KK 17600. 

If your skin roughs easily. © Jan. 25, 1943; 
KK 17576. 

Skin-softener, a powder base, in one I © Jan. 
21, 1943; KK 17602. 

Once-a-year sale. For dry skin cream. © Jan. 
11, 1943; KK 17505. \ 

Gregg (F. M.) Lincoln, Neb. 877 

Bird's-eye view of parliamentary law. For 
books. © Nov. 12, 1942; KK 17510. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 878 

Tonight, I leaned across 10,000 miles. For 
watches. © Nov. 5, 1942; KK 17343. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N. Y. 

879, 880 
For rennet powder: 

Milk every day, says Uncle Sam. © Nov. 22, 
I 1942; KK 17609. 



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918 



Step right up, folksl Here's magic for you! 
© Nov. 25, 1942; KK 17569. 

Hanyan (Raymond Mui^er) Utica, N. Y. 881 

Plibrico refractory products. Jan., 1943. For 
refractory products & insulating products. © Jan. 
1, 1943; KK 17528. 

Hardii^e bros., inc., Elmira, N. Y. 882 

Hardinge precision power spring collets and 
feed fingers for Brown & Sharpe machines. For 
precision power spring collets and feed fingers. © 
Dec. 22, 1942; KK 17521. 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 883 

Harris impressions, vol. 2, no. 11, Nov., 1942. 
For lithographic supplies. © Dec. 26, 1942; KK 
17270. 

narrower laboratory, inc., Glendale, Calif. 884 
Vitacrine products, vitamins plus endocrines. 
For drugs. © Dec. 24, 1942; KK 17508. 

Hawkins (Albert) Chicago. 885 

Super bargain offer. For varied merchandise. 
© Oct. 22, 1942; KK 17374. 

Hawkinson (Paul E.) co., Minneapolis. 886 

Hawkinson tread is marching on. For tires. © 
Dec. 15, 1942; KK 17334. 

Hercules powder co., Wilmington, Del. 887, 888 
For chemicals: 

How tough is a Wildcat's warpaint. © Jan. 
21, 1943; KK 17542. 

Plastic tubes for toothpaste. © Jan. 13, 
1942; KK 17492. 

Holmes & Edwards div. See International silver co. 
Holmes & Edwards div. 

Hurt (Robert Lucky) Indianapolis. 889 

Bid & buy silent auction. For petroleum prod- 
ucts, automobiles, radios. © Dec. 20, 1942; KK 
17293. 

Hyde Park breweries assn., inc., St. Louis. 

890-892 
For alcoholic beverage: 

Come on over this eveningl © Dec. 15, 1942; 
KK 17469. 

Speaking of Christmas. © Dec. 23, 1942; KK 
17451. 

Yes friends, now you can buy your favorite 
beer in quarts! © Oct. 13, 1942; KK 17447. 

Industrial engineering co., inc. Minneapolis. * 893 
Use this cushioned cutter pilot. For cushioned 
cutter pilot. © Oct. 22, 1942; KK 17258. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 894 

May be our last Christmas for some time, 
Nancy. For sterling silver. © Dec. 4, 1942; KK 
17446. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 895 

Christmas extraordinary. For sterling inlaid 
silverplate. © Dec. 8, 1942; KK 17265. 



Interwoven stocking co.. New Brunswick, N. J. 

896-899 



For men's socks: 

For Christmas - Interwoven. © Nov. 26, 
1942; KK 17470. 

For Christmas - Interwoven. © Dec. 9, 1942; 
KK 17502. 

For Christmas - Interwoven. © Dec. 16, 
1942; KK 17501. 

You can't beat Interwoven for Christmas. © 
Dec. 9, 1942; KK 17471. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 900, 901 
Ethicon sutures. For sutures. © Nov. 4, 1942; 

KK 17307. 

Specialist hard-coated plaster -of -par is. For 

bandages and splints. © Dec. 31, 1942; KK 17305. 

Jones & Laughlin steel cor p., Pittsburgh. 902, 903 
For steel: 

Into the hands of fighting men J & L men are 
putting more and better fighting steels 24 hours 
every day 7 days a week. © Dec. 31, 1942; KK 
17289. 

675,000 steel industry workers salute 130 
million Americans. © Jan. 27, 1943; KK 17651. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 904-907 

For breakfast cereal: 

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman. © 
Dec. 28, 1942; KK 17495. 

We soldiers have instructions. © Dec. 26, 
1942; KK 17513. 
For cereal foods: 

How's your Pep appeal? Radio director: no, 
no, you're going on the air for Pep! © Sept. 26, 
1941; KK 17267. 

Now doubly delicious, golden soft Kellogg 's 
All-bran, it's made from one of the world's finest 
wheats! © Apr. 16, 1941; KK 17268. 

Knox (Charles B.) gelatine co., inc., Johnstown, 
N. Y. 908, 909 

For gelatine: 

2 big helps for rationing of butter and cream. 
© Dec. 28, 1942; KK 17282. 

Worried about butter rationing. © Jan. 6, 
1943; KK 17401. 

Kops bros., inc.. New York. 910 

Message from Nemo. For foundation garments. 
© Nov. 15, 1942; KK 17457. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

911-918 
For cosmetics: 

It's Tussy for that young young look. © Dec. 
16, 1942; KK 17339. 

Kissable with Tussy. © Jan. 19, 1943; KK 
17601. 

For disinfectant: 

Be ready with sick room needs. © Jan. 7, 
1943; KK 17361. 

Epidemic, the unseen enemy. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
KK 17297. 

I married for love, not this. © Jan. 12, 1943; 
KK 17465. 

I'm the mechanic with the soft white hands! For 
hand cream. © Jan. 6, 1943; KK 17494. 

Push these large size bargains. For tooth 
paste disinfectant and deodorant. © Jan. 8, 1943; 
KK 17568. 

You can stretch my money, how? For tooth 
powder. © Jan. 27, 1943; KK 17603. 



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Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 919, 920 

For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Nancy Drake. © Dec. 3, 1942; KK 17448. 

Rheingold is the dry beert © Dec. 7, 1942; 
KK 17445. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 921, 922 
For cigarettes: 

Start the New year right. Girl holding war 
bonds. © Jan. 4, 1941; KK 17493. 

Where a cigarette counts most. Soldier 
wriUng letter, © Jan. 8, 1943; KK 17605. 

Locher (Felix) Los Angeles. 923 

Safety mail, coin-folder. For time & distance 
indicator. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 17547. 

Luers 0. Milton) Mount Clemens, Mich. 924 

Look. Only the patented construction of Luers 
cutting-off blades. For cutting-off tools. © Dec. ~ 
14, 1942; KK 17369. 

McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products div., 
Elgin, 111. 925 

At that, it's a beautiful thought. For automatic 
electric toasters. © Dec. 5, 1942; KK 17302. 

Macmillan petroleum Corp., Los Angeles. 926 

It's longer life for every engine that counts to- 
day. For motor oU. © Jan. 9, 1943; KK 17467. 

Magnolia petroleum CO. , Dallas. 927 

To keep the jeeps roiling. For motor oil, gear 
Oil, radiator flush. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 17290. 

Merriam (G. & C.) & co., Springfield, Mass. 

928, 929 

For new international dictionary, second edition: 

Every word contains a hidden story of its 

origin. Alertl Once meant, on the watch tower. 

© Aug. 25, 1942; KK 17295. 

. How did the animals get their names? O- 
rangutan means literally wild man. © Oct. 23, 
1942; KK 17472. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 930, 931 

For oil heating appliances: 

Ever try to lick a williwaw? © Nov. 16, 
1942; KK 17449. 

Take two good looks at this picture t © Dec. 
7, 1942; KK 17450. 

National air raid siren co. , Detroit. 932 

When the bombers come will you be prepared? 
For air raid siren. © Dec. 10, 1942; KK 17531. 

National Bible press, Philadelphia. 933 

Book of books is the gift of gifts. For Bibles. 
© Nov. 24, 1942; 10^17520. 

National biscuit CO., New York. 934 

Shreddies. For whole wheat biscuit. © Dec. 29, 
1942; KK 17535. 

National distillers products corp. , New York. 935 
Yesterday, today, tomorrow, always the same. 
For bonded whiskies. © Jan. 14, 1943; KK 17402. 

New process co. , Warren, Pa. 936 

Within the next few days I am going to send you. 
For women's rayon stockings. © Nov. 27, 1942; 
KK 17599. 



Norge div. See Borg-Wamer corp. Norge div. 

Ortho products, inc. , Linden, N. J. 937-940 

For vaginal jelly: 

Clinical effectiveness of Ortho-gynol. © 
Dec. 28, 1942; KK 17306. 

For warriors and wives. © Oct. 22, 1942; 
KK 17308. 

Product of research. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 
17303. 

Tissue tolerability. © Dec. 4, 1942; KK 
17304. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 941 

Custom built for war construction. For garage 
doors. © Jan. 1, 1943; KK 17504. 

Owens-Illinois glass co., Toledo. 942 

Insuluz glass block set in precast concrete 
channels and mullions. For glass block panels in 
precast concrete. © Jan. 19, 1943; KK 17582. 

Paramount steel rule dies, inc.. New York. 943 
Wall wiiatnots for knickknacks. For portable 
shelf cabinets. © Sept. 17, 1942; KK 17357. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 944-958 

Are you getting your share of the biggest ink 
sales in history. For fountain pen ink. © Oct. 24, 
1942; KK 17595. 
For fountain pen: 

Give a Parker. © Aug. 19, 1942; KK 17476. 

Utterly new 1 This pen born to keep wartime 
spirits high. © Oct. 14, 1942; KK 17594. 

You have a duty that this new pen was bom 
to share! © Nov. 11, 1942; KK 17475. 
For fountain pen and ink: 

Dealers are smashing all ink sales records 
with this new protective inki © Aug. 25, 1942; KK 
17353. 

Keyed to wartime needs, new barker Quink. 
© Sept. 25, 1942; KK 17350. 

Never before in all the world a pen like this I 
© Sept. 16, 1942; KK 17352. 

Off to camp, off to campus. © July 25, 1942; 
KK 17349. 

Take this special way to guard your fine pen. 
© June 3, 1942; KK 17348. 

Vital pen repair materials may soon be un- 
obtainable. © Oct. 2, 1942; KK 17351. 
For ink: 

Help your pen escape wartime failure I © 
Sept. 9, 1942; KK 17310. 

Sensational new iiik protects your pen as it 
writes. © Nov. 18, 1942; KK 17309. 
For vacumatic fountain pen: 

Back to school, choose a Parker I © Aug. 
20, 1942; KK 17591. 

Don't keep Santa wondering, hint now for a 
Parker! © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 17592. 

Gift with a lift for fighting spirits! For pen 
and penciL © Dec. 3, 1942; KK 17593. 

Pharma-craft Corp., inc., Louisville. 959 

Use Fresh and stay fresher! For deodorant. 
© Nov. 20, 1942; KK 17441. 

Revlon products corp.. New York. 960, 961 

For nail enamel and lipstick: 

Mrs. Miniver Rose. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 
17563. 

Some say it's luck. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 
17562. 



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no. 1. 1943 



1002 



Russeks Fifth Avenue, inc., New York. 962 

New dresses for the new year I Russeks fashion 
firsts for 1943. For dresses. © Jan. 3, 1943; KK 
17368. 

SchoII mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 963-965 

Dr. Scholl's Foot Wings. For foot siq)ports. 

© Dec. 15, 1942; KK 17540. 

Dr. Scholl's Halluxol. For bunion lotion. © 

Dec. 15, 1942; KK 17539. 

Help keep them on their feet. For foot comfort 

remedies, appliances and arch supports. © Mar. 

28, 1942; KK 17541. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 966 

More power to you, soldier. For piston rings. 
© Jan. 1, 1943; KK 17403. 

Season Skipper corp., Chicago. 967, 968 

For ladies coats: 

One-coat victory wardrobe. © Sept. 18, 
1942; KK 17330. 

Out comes the lining, sleeves and all. © 
July 6, 1942; KK 17331. 

Serutan co , Jersey City 969 

You're as young as you feel, after 35. For ' 
medical product for constipation. © Nov. 15, 1942; 
KK 17580. 

Seven-iq) co., St. Louis. 970, 971 

For soft drink: 

Fresh iq), and look ahead. © Dec. 25, 1942; 
KK 17518. 

Fresh iq) and look ahead. © Jan. 8, 1943; KK 
17632. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, K. J. 972-976 

For sewing machines: 

Biggest line-iq) of sewing helps in townl © 
Jan. 19, 1943, KK 17577. 

Salute. © Nov. 24, 1942; KK 17345. 
Singer class 19 cylinder bed machines, form 
9016 revised, 143. © Jan. 14, 1943; KK 17506. 

Singer machines are vital, too. © Dec. 5, 
1942; KK 17344. 

Specifications, Singer surgical stitching in- 
struments, A-3, A-4. For surgical stitching in- 
struments. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17507. 

Singer sewing machine co.,^New York. 977 

Ideas practicas y economicas. Spanish. For 
sewing machines. © Nov. 1, 1942; KK 17440, 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 978 

Letter to Henry J. Kaiser. For hearing aid. © 
Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17477. 

Standidge (Harry W.) Chicago. 979-981 

For game: 

Capture Hitler. © Nov. 6, 1942; KK 17631. 
Capture HiUer. © Nov. 17, 1942; KK 17608, 
Victory. © Oct. 5, 1942; KK 17613. 

Stromberg-Carlson telephone mfg. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 982 

This marine played dead. For radio. © Jan. 6, 
1943; KK 17564. 

Siq>er-fine products, inc., Atlanta. 983 

Make mine De-lux cola. For an unalcoholic 
beverage. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 17491. 

/ 



Sylvania electric products, inc.. New York. 984 
Simplified installation and maintenance, with 
Sylvania' s patented Captive Latch. For fluorescent 
fixture. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 17530. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 985, 986 

For beer: 

I'd pop vtp anytime for Altes lager beer. © 
Nov. 22, 1942; KK 17336. 

New double-iQ) habit goes over big. © Sept. 
1, 1942; KK 17299. 

Toastmaster products dlv. gee McGraw electric 
CO. Toastmaster products dlv. 

Two-Timer, inc., Chicago. 987, 988 

For ladies' coats: 

Two Timer, the coat that leads a double life. 
© Jan. 30, 1942; KK 17288. 

Two Timer, the coat that leads a double life. 
© Feb. 27, 1942; KK 17287. 

United feature syndicate, inc.. New York. 989 

Li'l Abner, wake up Daisy Mae! For wheat 
breakfast food. © Dec. 25, 1942; KK 17598. 

United States tobacco co.. New York. 990-992 

For tobacco: 

Get goin' steady. © Dec. 18, 1942; KK 17481. 

If you want to meet a smooth one. © Jan. 8, 
1943; KK 17479. 

Never made a pipe slug-nutty. © Dec. 4, 
1942; KK 17480. 

Vanity corset co., inc.. New York. 993-995 

For corsets: 

Salute to America's women soldiers. © 
Sept. 1, 1942; KK 17516. 

Skippers in skirts. © Oct. 1, 1942; KK 
17515. 

Tribute to American womanhood. © Aug. 1, 
1942; KK 17517. 

Villa (Ben) New York. 996 

Treasure chest of fine cheese. For cheese. © 
Nov. 25, 1942; KK 17553. 

Vivaudou (Jean) co., inc.. New York. 997 

Orloff presents act H. For toilet preparations. 
© Oct. 24, 1942; KK 17354. 

Walton rice mills, inc., Stuttgart, Ark. 998 

Breaking into the news in a big way. For rice. 
© Jan, 7, 1943; KK 17473. 

Warp (Harold) Chicago. 999 

Warp's transparent plastic screen. For plastic 
screen. © Jan. 20, 1943; KK 17650. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 1000, 1001 

' For liquid dentifrice: 

Like a beauty treatment for your teeth. © 
Nov. 6, 1942; KK 17346. 

New formula for beauty 1 © Nov, 20, 1S42; 
KK 17347. 

Westinghouse electric & mfg. co., East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 1002 

Cuts cooling costs 78 7c , saves $81 in six 
months. For refrigerating apparatus. © May 24, 
1941; KK 17644. 



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pt. 4, n. s., T. 38 



Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

1003-1015 
For confectionery: 

Does a woman like to be remembered? © 
July 29, 1942; KK 17626. 

Donalds have the nicest way of saying, happy 
Easter. © Mar. 27, 1942; KK 17617. 

Give her your best this Valentine's day. © 
Feb. 11, 1942; KK 17619. 

He's a right nice young man, Sally. © Jan. 
14, 1942; KK 17620. 

How to put that lovelight in her eyes. © Oct. 
21, 1942; KK 17623. 

It wouldn't be Christmas without the Sampler. 
© Dec. 16, 1942; KK 17621. 

Jim says, me, I don't know much about 
woinenl © July 1, 1942; KK 17514. 

Love story, one hundred years old. © Sept. 
23, 1942; KK 17624. 

Make it a moment to live in her memory. © 
Nov. 18, 1942; KK 17622. 



Put yourself in his place. © Aug. 26, 1942; 
KK 17625. 

Reward, for a man who rememberedl© Mar. 
11, 1942; KK 17618. 

Rule no. 1, for bridegrooms. © June 3, 1942; 
KK 17615. 

There's no hurt like forgetting. © May 6, 
1942; KK 17616. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 1016 

Servant of freedom. For concrete and wire prod- 
ucts. © Jan. 28, 1943; KK 17647. 

Wimbledon shirt co., Chicago. 1017 

America's finest sport shirts. For shirts. © 
Nov. 26, 1942; KK 17604. 

Yeomans bros., co., Chicago. 1018 

Drain-dri electrically automatic rust-proof, 
trouble-proof by Yeomans. For automatic electric 
Cellar drainers. © Oct. 6, 1942; KK 17645. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 



322 



20 



LABELS 



American art service, Chicago. 1019 

Keep 'em smlUn'. Humorous stationery packet. 
For packet of envelopes and letterheads. © Dec. 
17, 1942; KK 17365. 



American wine co., St. Louis. 1020-1032 

For champagne: 

Cook's Imperial American champagne brut. 
© Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17315. 

Cook's Imperial American champagne, extra 
dry. © Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17314. 

Cook's Imperial American sparkling burgun- 
dy. © Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17313. 
For wine: 

Cook's Imperial American Burgundy wine. 
© Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17319. 

Cook's Imperial American Chablls wine. © 
Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17317. 

Cook's Imperial American claret wine. © 
Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17320. 

Cook's Imperial American dry muscat wine. 
© Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17324. 

Cook's Imperial America^ muscatel wine. © 
Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17323. 

Cook's Imperial American port wine. © Dec. 
29, 1942; KK 17322. 

Cook's Imperial American Rhine wine. © 
Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17321. 

Cook's Imperial American Sauternes wine. 
© Dec. 29. 1942; KK 17316. 

Cook's Imperial American sherry wine, pale 
and dry. © Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17325. 

Cook's Imperial American Tokey wine. © 
Dec. 29, 1942; KK 17318. 



Boiler's beverages, inc., Elizabeth, N. J. 1033-1042 
For carbonated beverage: 

Boiler amber ginger ale. © July 20, 1942; 
KK 17638. 

Boiler birch beer. © July 20, 1942; KK 17636. 

Boiler club soda sparkling water. © July 
20, 1942; KK 17643. 

Boiler cream soda. © July 20, 1942; KK 
17642. 

Boiler lemon sparkling beverage. © July 20, 
1942; KK 17634. 

Boiler lime rlckey sparkling beverage. © 
July 20, 1942; KK 17640. 

Boiler orange sparkling beverage. © July 
20, 1942; KK 17639. 

Boiler pale dry ginger ale. © July 20, 1942; 
KK 17635. 

Boiler raspberry sparkling beverages. © 
July 20, 1942; KK 17637. 

Boiler wild cherry sparkling beverage. © 
July 20, 1942; KK 17641. 

Borden co.. New York. 1043 

Mull-soy emulsified food. For emulsified food 
for infants, children and adults. © Apr. 16, 1942; 
KK 17509. 



Bug Feast distributor. See Fanders (Dlcl^ d. b. a. 
Bug Feast distributor. 



Butereg co., inc., Kansas City, Mo. 1044 

Butereg bread. For bread. © Sept. 17, 1942; 
KK 17646. 



Cobb canning co., Cobb, Wis. 1045 

Spring Green. For canned peas. © Dec. 26, 
1942; KK 17311. 

Cosmetics research Corp., d.b.s. Don Leslie, New 
York. 1046 

College Club. For tobacco. © Dec. 15, 1942; 
KK 17490. 

Dental products Corp., Manhelm, Pa. 1047 

Denturfit. For cushion denture liner. © Jan. 
25, 1943; KK 17590. 

Diamond state brewery, inc., Wilmington, Del. 

1048 
Stoeckle select beer. For beer. © Dec. 24, 
1942; KK 17565. 

Economics laboratory. Inc., St. Paul. 1049 

Soilax. For compound for wall washing, paint 
cleaning and general use. © Dec. 3, 1941; KK 
17546. 

Edelman (George) co.. New York. 1050 

Cel-tex cap net. For rayon hair net used over 
the hair. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17534. 

Fanders (Dlcl^ d. b. a. Bug Feast distributor, 
Beatrice, Neb. 1051 

Bug Feast. For bug exterminator. © Oct. 4, 
1942; KK 17524. 

Fast (Vl'illiam A.) Kansas City, Mo. 1052 

No-mo-gray. For liquid hair restorer. © Dec. 
14, 1942; KK 17512. 

Grad products CO., Canton, O. 1053 

Grad inhalant. For inhalant solution. © Sept. 
10, 1941; KK 17373. 

Gray (James) inc., New York. .1054 

Round trips. For cards. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 
17360. 

Harper (Ida Johanna Jean Smith) St. Paul. 1055 

Tiny dreams. For stationery. © Aug. 3, 1942; 
KK 17552. 

Harrison co., inc.. Union City, Ind. 1056 

Commando. For game. © Nov. 10, 1942; KK 
17532. 

Hawley & Hoops, New York. 1057 

Scotch mints. For mints. © July 21, 1942; KK 
17372. 

Holsum products. See Jewett & Sherman co. d.b.a. 
Holsum products. 

Jewett & Sherman co., d.b.a. Holsum products, 
Milwaukee. 1058 

Jah-vah. For cereal beverage substitute for 
coffee. © Nov. 13, 1942; KK 17333. 



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Lartz (George Frederick) Suring, Wis. 1059 

Victory photo corners. For photogrs^h mount- 
ing corners. © Dec. 21, 1942; KK 17570. 

Leppke (Louis A.) d. b. a. Western glass co., 
Omaha. 1060 

Lap lunch set. For- glassware. © Nov. 15, 
1942; KK 17549. 

Leslie (Don) See Cosmetics research corp. d. b. a. 
Don Leslie. 

Uebert & Obert, Philadelphia. 1061 

Namar premium beer. For beer. © Jan. 19, 
1943; KK 17589. 

Live food products co., Burbank, CaUf. 1062 

Bragg soya shred so\^) mix. For soup mix. © 
Aug. 25, 1942; KK 17474. 

Manbeck bread co., Hagerstown, Md. 1063 

Manbeck's Bonnie bread. For bread. © Dec. 

17, 1942; KK 17362. 

Menasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 1063 
Menasha Ice cream. For Ice cream. © Dec. 

18, 1942; KK 17283. 

Milwaukee lace paper co., Milwaukee. 1065 

Milapaco handy pack paper doilies, 150 eight 
Inch dollies. For lace paper dollies and place 
mats. © Nov. 28, 1942; KK 17356. 

New method lecture service, Washington. 1066 

Pathway system. For a published lecture. © 
Oct. 20, 1942; KK 17543. 

Paint-point products co., inc., Brooklyn. 1067 

Paseal. For floor finish. © Dec. 18, 1942; KK 
17S33. 

Penlck b Ford, ltd., inc.. New York. 1068 

Penlck crystal white syriq). For corn sjrvp. © 
Jan. 11, 1943; KK 17439. 



Peper (Christian) tobacco co., St. Louis. 1069 

Eir-Am. For smoking tobacco. © Nov. 7, 1942; 
KK 17312. 



Pettingell & Fenton, inc., New York. 1070 

Cohama Flor-allies. For fabrics. © Jan. 13, 
1943; KK 17455. 



Pfeiffer (S.) mfg. co., St. Louis. 1071, 1072 

For vitamin capsules: 

Pfelffer's 4 vitamins. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 
17628. 

Pfelffer's vitamin and capsules. ' © Dec. 28, 
1942; KK 17629. 



Plas-ti-fibre corp., Chicago. 1073 

Plas-tl-pad. For cleaning and scouring pads. 
© Oct. 9, 1942; KK 17366. 

PoweU (L. W.) Roanoke, Va. 1074 

Powell's regenerator. For medicine. ©Dec. 5, 
1942; KK 17519. 

Process solvent co., Kansas City, Kan. 1075 

Al. J. Boyer's Sure Klean. For soluble oil rust 
inhibitor. © Nov. 1, 1942; KK 17478. 

Protector products, inc.. New York. 1076 

Protector nail plastic. For nail polish. © Dec. 
15, 1942; KK 17363. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 1077 

Foot Wings by Dr. Scholl. For arch stupor ts. 
© Apr. 2, 1942, KK 17544. 

Seidel (Ad.) & son, Chicago. 1078 

Hon-cre cake mix. For cake mix. © Nov. 10, 
1942; KK 17523. 

Southland canning & packing co., inc.. New Orleans. 

1079 
Magnolia brand shrimp. For canned shrimp. 
© Apr. 15, 1942; KK 17529. 

Standard brands inc., New York. 1080 

Sted. For cereal beverage. © Dec. 24, 1942; 
KK 17581. 

Sim Gold canning co., Tampa, Fla. 1081 

Garden Gold. For gr^efruit juice. © Nov. 17, 
1942; KK 17266. 

Toedtman (Frederick Casper) Cleveland. 1082 

Toedtman's honeypepper. For compound cough 
syriQ). © Jan. 11, 1943; KK 17407. 

Van Camp sea food co., inc.. Terminal Island, 
Calif. 1083 

Van Camp's California Tin-^a brand. For 
canned pilchards. © Nov. 2, 1942; KK 17633. 

Western glass co. See Leppke (Louis A.) d. b. a. 
Western glass co. 



Number of entries of Labels Included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



65 



22 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[1083 



Cole (Ma4ge G.) 1 

Cole's Eurekol. For medicinal preparation. © 
Madge G. Cole, Youngstown, O. R R 62, Jan. 26, 
1943 



Toedtman (Frederick Casper) 2 

Toedtman's Honeypepper. For compound cough 
sjTvp. © Frederick Casper Toedtman. Cleveland. 
R R 61, Dec. 19, 1942. 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBE8S OF MABCH 3, 3 891 
OF JUNE SO, 1906, AND" OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

irORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
'ECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
•ICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
• LABEI^ USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

I Including 

I LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 
No. 2 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, egress order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper — $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article imdisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithogr^hs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Anderson ii Johnson, inc. 1084-1095 

Conery (Verney Vivian): 

Aldirch, 907. - Clayton, 909B, Donnell, 909A, 
Hubacelc, 909C, Watson, 909D. - Crowley, 912. - 
Davidson, 910A, Snowden, 910B. - Karder, 911. - 
Lawrence, 908A, Wimberly, 908B. - Nealings, 904. 
- Sullivan, 906. - Suveges, 902. - Whalen, 901. - 
Wisberg, 905. © Nov. 14, 1942; G 41443-41448, 
41450-41454. 

Jamieson 0ohn): 

Bellar memorial, 903. © Nov. 14, 1942; G 
41449. 

Bensinger (Dorotha Madge)* 1096-1100 

Babe elephant. - Columbine. - Pierrot. -Pre- 
miere danseuse. © July 2, 1942; G 41456-41459. 
Mose. © July 26, 1942; G 41460. 

Bleuler (Hans)* 1101 

Libeiity freedom, United States of America, unity. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1943; G 41512. 

Bonelli (Daniel Leonard)* 1102-1106 

Attractive Gingie. - Kindness. - Race with death 

on the desert. © 1 c. each Feb. 22, 1943; G 41484, 

41486, 41488. 

Neolitha. - Pandora. © 1 c. each Feb. 6, 1943; 

G 41429, 41430. 

Brand (Clifford G.)* 1107 

Don t let him down, join the Red cross. © 1 c. 
Feb. 22, 1943; G 41487. 

Carlson (Kurt)* 1108 

Pvt. Herkimer Twipple. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1942; 
G 41409. 

Cartier (Ferdinand P.)* 1109-1111 

Bronx Park, N. Y.: 

Highbridge in April. - October around the 
falls. - Sunset over Fordham university. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 22, 1943; G 41438-41440. 

Clark (Peggy) & Blevins (Davis) 1112 

Clark (Peggy): 

War production emblem. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; 
G 41467. 

Clark (^ally)* 1113 

Johnson (Osa) © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1943; G 41462. 

Cook, Watkins & Patch, inc. 1114-1125 

Patten (Glancy William) Carved markers and 
memorials: 

Demeter (Charles W. & Helen M.) 2318C, 
Lassen (George H. & Angela M.) 2318B, Sharron 
(William B. & Martha N.) 2318A. - Fleming (Harold 
M.) 23iaA, Harmons (Father Frank W.) 2310B, 
Heap (Henry M.) 2310D, Ledward (George A.) 2310, 
Thompson (Roger W.) 2310C. © Jan. 15, 1943; G 
41418, 41422. 



Patten (Glancy William), & Peterson (Edward R.) 
design service. Carved markers and memorials: 

Butler (Haviland B.) 2309D, Fowler (Alfred 
Leon) 2309A, Hendrick (Franklin W.) 2309, Powers 
(Charles N.) 2309C, Smith (Earl K.) 2309B. - Car- 
ter, 2317. - Curtin,2311. - Donlon, 2308. - McCarthy, 
2313. - McElroy, 2304. - Thompson, 2312. - Whit- 
comb, 2316. ©Jan. 15, 1943; G 41411-41414,41417, 
41419-41421. 

Small (Janet Sherburne) & Patten (Glancy William) 
Carved markers and memorials: 

Burke, 2315. - Small, 2314. © Jan. 15, 1943; 
G 41415, 41416. 

Cowl (Stanton D.) 1126 

Nadonley (Shirley): - 

Army-navy E; this certifies that a valued em- 
ployee of this organization. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1943; 
G 41509. 

Davis (Dan)* 1127 

Strato-Sam. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1943; G 41503. 

De Lue (Donald H.)* 1128 

St. Micheal. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1943; G 41504. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 1129-1142 

Disney (Walt [i. e. Walter E.]) Insignia: 

Air base detachment, 121-217. - Tow target 
detachment, 42-432. - 47th bombardment squadron, 
42-482. - 58th bombardment squadron, Hickam 
Field, T. H., 32-134. - 62d pursuit squadron, 131- 
289. - 67th bombardment squadron, 42-316. - 75th 
bombardment squadron, 12-9. - 126th observation 
squadron, 32-67. - 304th bombardment squadron, 
82-86. - 406th bombardment squadron, 52-384. - 
449th bombardment squadron, 72-126. - 450th bom- 
bardment squadron, 72-13. - 451st bombardment 
squadron, 62-42. - 452d bombardment squadron, 
72-64. © 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1943; G 41489-41502. 

Freedman (Albert)* 1143 

Hoodluns! © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1943; G 41435. 

Golan (Mayzette Edholm) 1144 

Mayzette [pseud, of M. E. Golan]: 

Waterkin, © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1943; G 41480. 

Graham (Louis Paul)* 1145, 1146 

Black- red standard games. - Single comb brown 

leghorns. © 1 c. each Feb. 6, 1943;G 41431,41432. 

Guerin (Anna) 1147, 1148 

Halouze (Edouard): 

WAAC. —WAVE. © 1 c. each Feb. 25, 1943; 
G 41524, 41525. 

Hebert & Ladrie. 1149-1152 

Kenerson (Charles Conrad) Memorial: 

Calvert, 4247. - Cushman, 4246. - LaCount, 
4248. - Rodgers, 4249. © Dec. 28, 1942; G 41468- 
41471. 



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pt 4, n. s., V. 38 



Hlntermeister (John Henry)* 1153 

Black pool. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1943; G 41436. 

Jones (Richard O.) 1154, 1155 

Russell (Charles M.): 

Horse head. - Mountain sheep on cUlf. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 27, 1943; G 41534, 41535. 

Jones bros. co. 1156, 1157 

Braun (Carl C): 

Guardian memorial, D-1355, D-1356. © Feb. 
1, 1943; G 41433, 41434. 

Kelley (Lawrence Rogers)* 1158 

C-R-C. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1943; G 41523. 

KroU (Leon)* 1159 

Young mother. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1943; G 41539. 

Lacy (Ervin R.) llbO 

Forsberg (Howard): 

Why our colors never run. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1943; G 41485. 

Leathers (Ward)* 1161 

International flag of four freedoms. © 1 c. Feb. 
10, 1943; G 41442. <^ 

Levin (David E.)* 1162 

Shoe sole. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1943; G 41479. 



McBurney (Alvin Henry) 
King (Yvonne); 

Stringy. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1943; G 41437. 



1163 



Maggio (Pedro)* 1164-1166 

Shield victory service star. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1943; 

G 41455. 

Victory service star. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1943; G 

41513. 

Victory U. S. A., we help win war emblem. © 

1 c. Feb. 8, 1943; G 41508. 

Mann (WilUam Lee) 1167 

Barbette (Albert); 

Victory cigarettes, a lift for a pal. © 1 c. 
Feb. 24, 1943; G 41518. 

Maraspin (Davis Goodwin)* 1168 

Maraspin coat of arms. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1943; 
G 41510. 

MeUllo (Joseph)* 1169 

Marines. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1943; G 41511. 

Mills (Edna june)* 1170-1172 

Lamb. - Pig. - Rabbit © Feb. 15, 1943; G 
41481-41483. 

Montana stockgrowers assn., inc. 1173 

Russell (Charles M.): 

Last of 5000. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1943; G 41507. 

Morgan (Paul)* 1174-1177 

V, a-d. © 1 c. each Feb. 24, 1943; G 41514 - 
41517. 

Naylor (Oscar N.) 1178 

Iserman'(M. S.). 

What you can do with one pound of hamburger. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1943; G 41533. 



Ollendorff (fulian)* 1179-1184 

jolly gremlin: 

Bucky. - Jacky. - Jinxy. - Loony. - Wacky. - 
Windy. © 1 c. each Feb. 27, 1943; G41526-41531. 

Osborne co. 1185 

Teller (Grif [i. e. Griffith H.J): 

Cradle of liberty, 4840. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1943; 
G 41410. 



Pitman-Dreitzer & co., inc. 1186-1191 

Bartoli (Remo): 

Albert Apple. - Billy Banana. - Charlie 
Cherry. - Lee Lemon. - Penny Pineapple. - Stella 
Strawberry. © Dec. 28, 1942; G 41423-41428. 

Randolph (Wm. W.) monument co. 1192, 1193 

Randolph (William W.): 

Neil-Chalfant-Bass monument, a, b. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 1, 1943; G 41505, 41506. 

Rittgers (Lafayette Laso)* 1194-1196 

Boxer in crouching position. - Boxer standing 

upright - Boxing referee. © Aug. 15, 1942; G 
41520-41522. 

Ruotolo (Onorio)* 1197 

We musti F. D. R. - V. © Jan. 1, 1943; G 41441. 

Ryder (Ernest N.) 1198-1200 

Ferris (j. L. Gerome): 

cUve us this day our daily bread. © Sept. 15, 
1919; G 41538. 

Great Dr. Franklin, after his return from the 
French court © Nov. 12, 1919; G 41536. 

Landing of William Penn. © Nov. 20, 1919; 
G 41537. 

Schettler (Amanda)* 1201 

Duke. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1943; G 41461. 

Scott (EUzabeth M.) 1202, 1203 

Robinson (P. B.): 

Scotts decorative designs commemorating the 
global war, sheets 1, 2. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943; 
G 41465, 4146b. 

Service stationery co. 1204, 1205 

Gelatt (Rol): 

Pallas Athene and the WAAC. - Pallas Athene, 
the WAAC. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1943; G 41477, 
41478. 

Shoucair (Carl George)* 1206 

Sea Hawk. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1943; G 41519. 

Trott (Harvey Bright)* 1207 

Victory parade. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1943; G 41532. 

Vermont marble co. 1208-1217 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 

Bucknell,D10-01200-B. - Fowler, DlO-01200- 
A. - Kenniston, D10-01200-C. - WilUams, DIO- 
01200-D. © Feb. 19, 1943; G 41540-41543. 

Calkins- Bond, 6103. - Loveland, 8078. - 
Robertson, 6104. - Thebeau, 8079. © Feb. 24, 1943; 
G 41544-41547. 

Military honor roll, D8-512-A, D8-512-B. 
© Jan. 25, 1943; G 41463, 41464. 



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no. 2, 1943 



1222 



White granite co. 1218-1221 

Kenerson (Charles ConraH) Memorial: 

Hassett, K-931, - Marrion, K-932. - Mc- 
Govern, K-930. - McKenna, K-929. © Dec. 28, 



1942; G 41472-41475. 

Williams (Wheeler)* 1222 

American eagle. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1943; G 41476. 



Number of entries of Works of Art incluHed in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



259 



27 



SCULPTURE OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [1222 



McKenzie (R. Tait) 1 

Boy scout. © Ethel O. McKenzie, Phlla/lelphia. 
R 115431, Feb. 12, 1943. 



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CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Aeronca aircraft corp. 1223 

Pre-flight chart designed to further basic air 
training. © Dec. 30, 1942; I 32182. 

Allstate insurance co. 1224 

Allstate insurance companies policyholder's 
identification. © Feb. 26, 1943; K 52599. 



Amburn (William Wesley) 

Proposed port of Columbia. 
J 35169. 



© Feb. 



1225 
23, 1943; 



American Bosch corp. 1226 

Field maintenance of American Bosch aviation. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; J 35135. 

American defense society, inc. 1227-1235 

Abraham Lincoln's letter to Mrs. Bixby. [BLxby 
letter - Sacrifice] - As the patriots- of seventy-six 
did to the support of the Declaration of independence, 
A. Lincoln. [Allegiance] - Gettysburg address, A. 
Lincoln. [Responsibility] - In a country so exten- 
sive as ours, G. Washington. [Liberty and justice] 

- Let reverence for the laws be breathed by every 
American mother, A. Lincoln. [Reverence] - Most 
governments have been based on the denial of the 
equal rights of men, A. Lincoln. [Heritage] - Prop- 
erty is the fruit of labor, A. Lincoln. [Property 
rights] ~ There is no permanent class of hired 
laborers amongst us, A. Lincoln. [Opportunity] - 
While Europe is laboring to become a domicile of 
despotism, Thos. Jefferson, [Freedom] © Feb. 15, 
1943; K 52561-52569. 

Arenz 0ohn A.) 1236-1252 

Arenz - aviation lock-nut -fibre. - [Arenz barbed- 
twin thread electric and telephone double thread 
bit single point] - Aviation double thread standard 
speed screws, single point, Arenz new recessed 
head double thread drive single point screw. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 16, 1943; I 32152-32154. 

Arenz double thread drive double point screw. - 
[Arenz double thread sleeve connector fiber-locking 
device] - [Arenz pole-line hardware lock nut-steel 
and fiber-ring] - [Arenz sheet metal thread per 
inch aviation double thread screw] - [Electrical lug 
side entrance fiber locking ring double thread Arenz 
solderless connector] - Single cutter barbed drive. 

- Single thread barbed drive 45 o/o. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 1, 1943; I 32220-32226. 

Arenz new recessed head patented Arenz double 
thread screw, single point. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1943; 
I 32228. 

Arenz solderless lugs straight connectors. © 1 
c. Feb. 20, 1943; I 32178. 

[Arenz thread per inch, barbed and speed double 
thread, pole line. Hardware insulator screw, single 
point] © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; I 32138. 

Arenz triple ring lock nut. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1943; 
I 32189. 

520526 O - 43 - 2 



Aviation. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1943; I 32132. 

Double thread speed single cutter. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1943; I 32134. 

Overhead, underground and switchboard connec- 
tor. [Arenz fiber lock electrical connector] © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1943; I 32216. 

Art institute of Chicago. 1253 

Musicians; by Jacob Ochtervelt. © Jan. 30, 1943; 
H 2542. 

Asbury (Stanley Joseph) 1254 

Gun housing. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1943; I 32175. 

Ashley (David) inc. 1255 

Independence Hall; by J. C. Claghorn. © Feb. 1, 
1943; H 2537. 

Atkin, naval architecture. 1256 

305.5* highspeed shallow draft Atkinized tanker. 
Sea Tiger. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1943; I 32236. 

Avery (B. F.). & sons co. 1257, 1258 

Direct attached disc plow. -Direct attached one- 
way disc plow. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943; J 35127, 
35144. 

Bailey meter co. 1259-1268 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 40F800T200P. ©Nov, 

23, 1942; I 32149. 

135F800T500T. © Aug. 18, 1942; I 32141. 

200F1000P1. © Sept. 26, 1942; I 32150. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 250F900T300P. © Oct. 

24, 1942; I 32142. 

600FX. © May 12, 1942; I 32143. 

1200FX. © Sept. 3, 1942; I 32145, 

Bailey recorder chart, 5KO. © Nov. 11, 1942; 
I 32147. 

30L400P, © Dec. 8, 1942; I 32148. 

400K20P, 400K800PA. © Sept. 15, 1942; 

I 32144, 32146, 

Bailis (Joseph) 1269 

Machine for drilling and shaping wire drawing 
dies. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; I 32158. 

Bangs (E. Geoffrey), Narbett (Keith O.) & Spencer 
(Eldridge T.) 1270-1272 

War housing building: 

Type 2 & type 3, drawing B. - Type 4, draw- 
ing C. - Four wing. Type 1, drawing A. © 1 c, 
each Nov. 30, 1942; I 32097, 32099, 32098. 

Barber (Joseph H.) 1273 

Business incentives and performance. © Feb. 
6, 1943; I 32104. 



Bartholomew (Orlo A.) 1274-1276 

Anti-torpedo protection net. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1943: I 32184, 



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pt. 4. n. s.. V. 38 



Anti-torpedo protection nets for use 'with con- 
voys. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1943; I 32206. 

Typical cross section of prc^osed ocean drive 
along beach in brlgantine from Atlantic City to New 
York, through Tuckerton. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1943; 
132205. 

Battle (John) 1277 

Aerohub wheel. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1943; I 32214. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd. 1278 

Autumn in Luxembourg; by Germain Albert 
Feltes. © 1 c. June 1, 1942; H 2538. 

Bendix aviation corp. Julien P. Friez & sons div. 

1279, 1280 

Barograph inches of mercury chart, 2500. © 
Mar. 12, 1942; I 32217. 

Chart 2040-SC. © Oct. 13, 1942; I 32218. 

Benton (Dwight) 1281 

Gem record. © June 25, 1942; I 32173. 

Bernard picture co., inc. 1282-1293 

Bernard: 

Bird and flowers, 1, 2. - Bloomtime, 1, 2, - 
Conversation, 1, 2. -Demure, 1,2. -Floral arrange- 
ment, 1, 2. - In the clouds, 1, 2. © Jan. 15, 1943; 
K 52450-52461. 

Bethlehem steel co. 1294, 1295 

Bring an extinguisher, Steve, this connection's 

on fire? © Jan. 26, 1943; K 52466. 

Buy war bonds, keep them. © Jan. 14, 1943; K 

52467. 

Bonelli (Daniel Leonard) 1296 

[Constellation finder] © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1943; 
132151. 

Bonner (Harrie Russell) 1297 

Sectograph. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1943; I 32131. 

Boston music co. 1298 

Flags of the United nations and associated powers. 
© Feb. 23, 1943; K 52570. 

Bowman dairy co. 1299 

Sh-h-h- Bud Bowman says, production soldier 
sleeping here. © Feb. 2, 1943; K 52449. 

Bramel (Hadley Robertson) 1300 

Structiu-e chart for the solution of geologic and 
mining problems. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1943; I 32229. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory-builders 
div. 1301, 1302 

After seeing these boys in the air anl on the 

ground. © Jan. 22, 1943; K 52469. 

Lost time means lost lives t We'll stay on the 

job! © Jan. 22, 1943; K 52468. 

Britz (William J ) 1303 

Roller carrier clamp. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1943; 
I 32093. 

Brown (J. D. C.) 1304 

Sky-master or aerial airfield. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1943; I 32166. 

Brown & Bigelow. 1305 

Come unto Me; by Robert Jones. © Dec. 26, 
1942: K 52579 



1306-1311 
[chart] 1620-T. © Dec. 



Brovn instrument co. 

Brown instriunent co 
14, 1942; 132135. 

1621-T. © Jan. 3, 1943; 132136. 

12705. © Nov. 3, 1942; 132125. 

12708. © Dec. 30, 1942; I 32126. 

12709. © Nov. 30, 1942; I 32137. 

12710. © Dec. 1, 1942; I 32127. 

California dairy council. 1312 

These hands are vital to victory. © Feb. 12, 
1943; K 52504. 

Canal national bank of Portland. 1313 

Central wharf, Portland; by Linwood Easton. © 
Dec. 24, 1942; H 2539. 

Carlton (Frank) 1314 

Loaded, danger. © May 1, 1942; K 52571. 

Cathedral Latin. 1315 

Latin lion. © Dec. 18, 1942; J 35145. 

Chicago, Wilmington & Franklin coal co. 1316 

Variations in fuel requirements for heating 
compared with the normal as indicated by U. S. 
weather bureau records. © Feb. 9, 1943; I 32219. 

Clark (Henry) 1317 

Douglas TBD-1, Devastator, Ensign Gay's run- 
in at Midway. © Jan. 30, 1943; K 52522. 

Clark (Murray T.) 1318 

Magnetic self-centering lathe chuck. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1943; I 32094. 

Coca-cola co. 1319-1323 

Oil. © Dec. 30, 1942; K 52573. 

Our America: 

From oil well to refinery, 1. - Oil gives a 
thousand benefits, 3. - Oil is making a new world, 
4. - Sending oil throughout the land, 2. © Dec. 30, 
1942; K 52574-52577. 

Colson (Usher Rae) 1324-1326 

Attention please I By Charlotte Becker. - Lead- 
ing the parade; by Jack S. Wittriq). - Porky fun; by 
Charles H. Twelvetrees. © Feb. 10, 1943; K 
52518-52520. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc. 1327-1332 
Curtiss Tiger Shark P-40 C. - Focke Wulf FW- 
190. - Grumman Wildcat F4F-4. - Mitsubishi Zero 
type 00. - North American Mustang P-51. - Repub- 
lic Thunderbolt P-47. © Feb. 23, 1943; I 32197- 
32202. 



Commercial travelers mutual accident assn. of 
America. 1333 

You are always in the shadow of the accident 

saboteur! © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1943; K 52465. 

Continental Illinois national bank & trust co. of Chi- 
cago. 1334, 1335 
Dothey come out smiling? - Man in management. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943, J 35128, 35130. 

Cooke (Ernest S.) 1336 

Ayrcar, readable -flyable unit. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1943; I 32160. 



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no. 2. 1943 



1396 



Co-operative displays, inc. 1337 

U. S. navy F4F-4, Wildcat Or. martlet © Aug. 
4, 1942; I 32139. 

Cosmo-Sileo co. 1338 

Dimmed by the wind of war. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1943; J 35149. 

Creek (Simon) 1339 

Travel trailer or visualizer for radio. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1943; I 32165. 

Dahms (Wilford R.) 1340 

Total ecUpse. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1943; j 35168. 

DooUttle (Roy) 1341 

Apple pin novelty. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1943; I 32234. 

Dougherty (Glenn O.) 1342 

Cig-ma-ash-tray. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1943; I 32186. 

Dubler (Herbert) inc. 1343-1348 

Hummel (Berta) [executed by Joseph josephuj: 
Angel's song. — Band master. — Bawling 
Bennie. — Cactus puss. — Dentist dodger. — Ma- 
donna and Child. © Nov. 25, 1942; H 2543-2548. 

Ebeling (Wilbur Ludlow) 1349 

Mercator plotting chart © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1943; 
I 32129. 

Elmo features syndicate. 1350 

It's amazing! © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1943; K 52517. 

Employers casualty co. 1351 

Be Ecco-wise and minimize; or. The experiences 
of Hap Hazard. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1943; K 52521. 

Evans (Carroll L.) 1352 

Injector set blind rivets. © 1 c.^ Mar. 2, 1943; 
I 32232. 

Folkman (Robert A.) 1353 

Hosiery buyer's specification chart. © Dec. 9, 
1942; I 32140. 

Foxboro CO. 1354-1360 

[Foxboro combination temperature and pressure 
chartj 89883-C. © Dec. 6, 1942; I 32119. 

[Foxboro combination thermometer and pressure 
gauge cnartj 897648. © Dec. 9, 1942; I 32124. 

Foxboro flow meter [chartj 858045, 898038. © 
Dec. 9, 1942; I 32121, 32122. 

898039. © Dec. 6, 1942; I 32120. 

[Foxboro flow meter or pressure gauge chartj 
898050. © Nov. 10, 1942; I 32123. 

[Foxboro pressure gauge or thermometer chartj 
899646. © NOV. 10, 1942; I 32118. 

Gavriles (Pete) 1361 

Cigar or cigarette holder. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; 
I 32157. 

Gearin (Dennis j.) 1362 

Have a blow at the Axis. © Feb. 5, 1943; K 
52581. 

General motors corp. Chevrolet motor div. 

1363-1366 
Keep 'em fit to keep 'em rolling. - Save metal! - 
Serving for victory. - Truck service, a war neces- 
sity. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943; J 35131, 35132, 
35137, 35142. 



Detroit Diesel engine div. 1367, 1368 

Blower reassembly and timing. - How the blow- 
er works. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943; J 35136, 
35141. 

-Fisher body div. 1369-1378 

Another punch at the Axis! © Feb. 15, 1943; 
K 52512. 

I had a boy on Bataan. © Dec. 7, 1942; K 52505. 

Let freedom ring. © Dec. 7, 1942; K 52508. 

Let him always wake unharmed. © Nov. 6, 1942; 
K 52506. 

Let's keep the offensive rolling. © Dec. 31, 
1942; K 52509. 

Long may it wave. © Nov. 20, 1942; K 52507. 

Our sacrifice, their sacrifice. © Jan. 20, 1943; 
K 52501. 

Stay on the right side with Uncle Sam. © Feb. 
16, 1943; K 52511. 

They're having a helluva time at home. © Feb. 
1, 1943; K 52500. 

Which? Support the arms of Uncle Sam, or be 
under the heel of a heeL © Feb. 2, 1943; K 52499. 

Gillenwater (Charles T.) & RatcUff (R. W.) 1379 
Combination razor and sharpener. © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1943; I 32215. 



Goldsmith (Louis) 

Fluid non-friction brake. 
I 32088. 



1380 
Jan. 26, 1943; 



Gray (Cnarles B.) 1381-1383 

Gray model cello. — Gray model viola. — Tom 
Taylor Strad, 1732. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1943; I 32190- 
32192. 

Grayson (Ralph \randevoort) 1384, 1385 

Strato-froster [center poise loading system] 

16HK204A. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1943; I 32207. 

Strato-froster refrigeration system, 16HK204B. 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1943; I 32130. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 1386-1389 

Allaben (Anne E.): 

God's love. - God's temple. - Guiding angel. 
- Protecting angel. © Feb. 17, 1943; K 52513- 
52516. 

Harder (Darwin T.) 1390 

Method of direct frequency, modulation of an 
oscillator with no amplitude modulation introduced. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1943; I 32109. 

Harris (Fred H.) 1391 

Solar system in space. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1943; 
I 32103. 



Hayes (Cecil A.) 1392 

Snap-on flower or plant support © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1943; I 32212. 

Hays Corp. 1393-1395 

Hays recorder chart, 378. © Dec. 10, 1942; 

I 32102. 

379. © Dec. 28, 1942; I 32101. 

381. © Dec. 29, 1942; I 32100. 

Heller (Annie WilUams) 1396 

Path of hydrocarbons, oxidation, reduction, 
hydrolysis. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1943; I 32113. 



31 



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1397 



pt. 4, n. s., V, 38 



Hill (Harry Capell) 1397-1399 

Autographs. - Work is done. - 50 years ago. 
© Feb. 15, 1943; K 52596-52598. 

Hoe (R.) & CO., inc. 1400 

Someone talked. © Jan. 26, 1943; K 52464. 

Hunter (Ross) 1401 

Equa-temper music teaching chart. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1943; I 32162. 

Investographs. 1402 

[Trendographs: replacement chart] 1942 pressure 
indicator. © Jan. 15, 1943; I 32172. 

Jay (B. F.) & co. 1403 

Little prayers for you to say. [Story of our Lord] 
© Dec. 28, 1942; K 52572. 



Johnson (John Walter) 

Thumb blade-holding device. 
1943; I 32096. 



1404 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 



Kather (AUred C.) 1405 

Variable phase position of prop-blade, twin. 
© Feb. 11, 1943; I 32183. 

Kelley (Edward Lee) 1406 

New heir landing. © Jan. 6, 1943; K 52611. 

Kelly (Edward A.) 1407 

Air raid warden's and watcher's cane. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1943; I 32092. 



Kimbal (Alfred) 

Heliplane. © Feb. 15, 1943; I 32168. 



1408 



King features syndicate, inc. 1409-1420 

Annette helps up Marie, Y-27. - Cecile and 
Annette glide with pet dog, Y-29. - Emelie pulls 
Annette and Yvonne, Y-30. - McCarthy (Nora) in- 
structs the quints, M-91. © Jan. 31, 1943; J 35112- 
35115. 

Cecile, Annette and Yvonne with English teacher, 
Y-45. - Quints in classroom, Y-46. © Feb. 28, 
1943; J 35172, 35173. 

Dafoe 0^.) and the quints, life-32. - Dafoe (Dr.) 
at his desk, T-172. © Feb. 14, 1943; J 35150,35151. 

Dionne (Mr. and Mrs .) with quints on private 
car, X-31. - Quints and Mama Dionne, X-83. © Feb. 
21, 1943; J 35170, 35171. 

Emelie surveys quints height, X-17-A. - Quints 
salute, X-35. © Feb. 7, 1943; J 35146, 35147. 



Kostiuk (Dina) 

Egg yolk separator. 



1421 
©1 C.Feb. 15, 1943; I 32159. 



Luckenbill (Arthur E.) 1422-1432 

Boarding at La Crosse from a Mississippi trip 
to Winona, 119. - Lemonweir River, Willow Park, 
Tomah, Wisconsin, 113. - Magic of winter near 
Camp McCoy, 114. - Mississippi River excursion 
steamer, La Crosse, Wis., 118. - Quiet streams 
flow through the woods. Camp McCoy, Wis., 117. - 
Steamboat on the Mississippi from Riverside Park, 
La Crosse, Wis., 121. - Trout stream, Camp McCoy 
area. Wis., 116. - Winterbeauty, Camp McCoy, Wis., 
122. © Feb. 17, 1943; J 35156, 35157,35159-35162, 
35164, 35165. 



Early morning in Wisconsin near Camp McCoy, 
112. - Frost and snow. Willow Row, Tomah, Wis., 
115. © Feb. 15, 1943; J 35155, 35158. 

Excursion steamer on the Mississippi, La 
Crosse, Wis., 120. © Feb. 16, 1943; J 35163. 

McCormick co. 1433 

Dalhart, Texas, De Soto hotel, 2B-H1203. © 
Feb. 10, 1943; K 52498. 

McFarland (R. M.) & associates. 1434 

Defense for children of mothers working for 
victory. © Nov. 10, 1942; J 35167. 

McMillen feed mills, div. of Central soya co., inc. 

1435-1437 
Balanced rations. - Commercial concentrates. 
- Feeding for eggs. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943; 
J 35133, 35134, 35139. 

McPherson (Kenneth W.) 1438 

Improved closure with pipette. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1943; I 32095. 

Mason (Dan) 1439 

Square root circular slide rule scale for solving 
right triangles. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1942; I 32112. 

Mason (Lou) 1440 

In the horse and buggy days life was simpler, 
safer. © Jan. 10, 1943; K 52484. 

Mead Johnson & co. 1441, 1442 

Babies supervised by physicians are better 

babies, 52. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1943; K 52600. 

In mother's absence; by Berhhard Pothast. © Ic. 

Jan. 27, 1943; K 42601. 

Metal & thermit corp. 1443 

Nomograph for continuous strip plating of tin 
from the stannate bath. © Feb. 8, 1943; I 32196. 



Moncada (Manuel Gomez) 

Pantometro Gomez Moncada. 
1943; I 32089. 



© 1 c. 



1444 
Feb. 3, 



Moss (C.) 1445-1457 

Adoration of the kings, 2844. - After the bath, 
2907. - Capitol U. S. A., 2993. - Fisherman's para- 
dise, 2979. - For victory, 2991. - Freedom forever, 
2995. - Gloria, 2889. - Harmony lodge, 2894. - 
Honeymoon Hill, 7173. - Joan, 2977. - On top of 
the world, 2986. - Wings for victory, 2996. - Win- 
ning pair, 2966. © Oct. 20, 1942; K 52582-52594. 

National committee on the observance of Mother's 
day, inc. 1458 

Official poster for Mother's day, 1943, Mother's 

day May 9, remember mother, bravest soldier of 

themalll By McClelland Barclay. © Feb. 16,1943; 

K 52503. 

Nelson (Milton A.) 1459 

Seagull monument and Mormon temple. © Oct. 
1, 1942; J 35176. 

New York graphic soc. , inc. 1460, 1461 

Amick (Robert W.): 

Man o' War, 700. - Whirlaway, 701. © Feb. 
5, 1943; H 2540, 2541. 



32 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 2, 1943 



1532 



Nichols (James Alfred) 1462-1464 

Combustion gas turbine: 

Curves of overall shaft efficiency. - Ericsson 
cycle diagrammatic arrangement. .Temperature 
entropy diagram. © 1 c. each Feb. 27, 1943;! 32208- 
32210. 

Ollendorff Oulian) 1465, 1466 

HiroHitler. - Jolly gremlin. © 1 c. each Feb. 
27, 1943; 1 32203, 32204. 

Osborne co. 1467-1490 

Bailing out. - Big offensive. - Bride's bouquet. - 
Easter morning corsage. - Flowers, the living 
Christmas gift. - Flowers to crown the feast. - 
Heavy cruiser. - He's the tops. - I keep *em flyin' 

- Mess call. - Perfect valentine. - Pincers move- 
ment. - Pup tent. - Remember. - She's just practic- 
ing. - That's what I keep tellin' 'em. - This is her 
day. - Too little and too late. © Feb. 3, 1943; K 
52540-52557. 

Bride's bouquet, P 2001. - Easter morning 
corsage, P 1999. - Flowers, the living Christmas 
gift, P 2003. - Flowers to crown the feast, P 2002 . 

- Perfect valentine, P 1998. - This is her day, P 
2000. © 1 c. each Feb. 5, 1943; J 35116-35121. 

Peacock (H. K) memorials, inc. 1491 

Special rosary design, lOOA. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1943; I 32227. 

Peacock (Howard Kenneth) 1492 

Mendel memorial, 5463C. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1943; 
I 32177. 

Perrine (George) 1493 

Grangers produce depot. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1943; 
I 32188. 

Phillips (Stanton V.) 1494 

Portable ash trays. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943;! 32163. 

Posatsky (Bohdan) 1495 

Indicator for decimal equivalents table. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1943; I 32128. 

Posey (Frank E.) 1496 

Shelter table andwood and concrete form of same 
and improvements. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1943; I 32211. 

Powers (Edgar M.) 1497 

Steam injector for autos. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; 
I 32155. 

Randolph (Herimon) 1498 

Beam nitrate of soda distributor. © Feb. 15, 
1943; I 32164. 

Reed-Hill (Ellis) 1499, 1500 

Sun Yat-sen (Dr. ) - Sun Yat-sen (Dr. and Mme. ) 
© 1 c. each Mar. 4, 1943; J 35174, 35175. 

Refinery supply co. 1501 

Ac-Me gravitometer [chart] R-2420-10-10. © 
Dec. 28, 1942; I 32105. 



Religious art co., inc. 1502, 1503 

Darkness. - Light. © 1 c. each Oct. 26, 1942; J 
35152, 35153. 



Reproduction co. 1504 

In our country's service. © Mar. 16, 1942; K 
52578. 

Republic flow meters co. 1505-1512 

[Recording instrument] chart, 60-15, 60-30, 60- 
60. © Feb. 19, 1943; I 32193-32195. 

60-25. © Feb. 9, 1943; I 32117. 

50-50, 60-300. © Feb. 4, 1943; I 32106, 

32107. 

60-800, 60-3575R. © Feb. 23, 1943; I 32230, 

32231. 

Rice (Ella Chaney) 1513 

Thumbtector. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; I 32161. 



Richard (Jack) 

Love's labor, © Feb. 8, 1943; J 35126. 



1514 



Ruthman machinery co. 1515, 1516 

Bracket 1, 2. - Gusher model HL, 7420. © Nov. 
24, 1942; 1 32169, 32170. 

Schettler (Amanda) 1517 

Duke. © Feb. 25, 1943; K 52580. 

Schlaz (Phyllis Hammer) 1518 

Skippy. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1943; J 35154. 

Schnee (Norman Louis) 1519 

Wiring diagram [of] 6 coil, 8 circuit distribution 
system. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1943; I 32176. 

Scofield (William W.) 1520, 1521 

Cargo carrying plane. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1943; 

I 32233. 

Elimination of seventy-five per cent of the inner 

tube of an automobile tire. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1943; 

I 32213. 

Seybold (Hermann G.) 1522, 1523 

Gasoline-drum. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1943; I 32110. 
Oil -transportation. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1943; I 32108, 

Shrlder (Ray) 1524 

There's a Jap's grin in every scrap bin. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1942; K 52470. 

Skourboutis (Demosthenes) 1525 

United nations are going to win this war. © Nov. 
9, 1942; K 52472. 

Sorensen (Henry) 1526 

One-piece adjustable lock striking -plates. Rev. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1943; I 32187. 

Spencer (Eldridge T.) & Meyer-Levy (Claude) 

1527-1529 
Symbol of the nation. - Prospect rule. - San 
Francisco ferry plaza. © 1 c. each Jan. 16, 1943; 
I 32114-32116, 

Standard oil co. of California 1530, 1531 

Standard takes better care of my car, tool M-510. 

© Dec. 28, 1942; K 52463. 

Standard takes better care of your carl M-519 . 

© Dec. 3, 1942; K 52462. 

Steinbraker (Joseph Alvin) 1532 

Fly the world top, © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1943; I 32179. 



33 



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1533 



pt. 4. n. s.. V. 38 



Steinway (Theodore E.) 

Wings for victory. © Dec. 31, 



1942. 



1533 
K 52510. 



Stuf^ebaker corp. 1534 

[Flying fortress at sunrise] by Frederic Tel- 
lander. © Feb. 22, 1943; K 52610. 

Swift & CO. 1535 

New year-roxind cash crop. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1943; J 35140. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 1536, 1537 
Tag [chart] A-260-0-9. © Feb. 5, 1943; I 32171. 
150° C-O-lOO-m. © Feb. 12, 1943; 132133. 

Taylor instrument cos 1538, 1539 

Taylor chart, 5040. © Jan. 8, 1943; I 32180. 
Taylor recording thermometer chart, OP1252. 

© Jan. 15, 1943; I 32181. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 1540-1558 

Chicago: 

Buckingham fountain by night. Grant park, 
D-6765. - Merchandise mart by night, n-6767. - 
Soldiers Field and Field museum at the lake front, 
n-6766. © Apr. 8, 1942; K 52558-52560. 

Greetings from Anniston, Ala., 1B918-N. — 
Greetings from Fort McClellan, Ala., 1B919-N. 
© Mar. 24, 1942; K 52526, 52527. 

Greetings from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 2B-H169. 
— Greetings from Spartanburg, S. C, 2B-H190. — 
Keep 'em flying! 2B-H280 - 2B-H283. © May 
11, 1942; K 52528-52533. 

Greetings from New Jersey, 1B-H2219. © Apr. 
2, 1942; K 52525. 

Greetings from Wildwood, N. J., 1B-H2228. 
© Apr. 8, 1942; K 52523. 

Keep 'em flying, Scott Field, Belleville, Illinois, 
2B-H18. © Mar. 31, 1942; K 52524. 

OH water wheel and grist mill in the heart of 
the mountains, 1B-H1877. — Scene on Newfound 
Gap highway, Great Smoky Mountains national 
park, 1B-H1880, — Steppe*! for inspection by 
native black bears, Great Smoky Moimtains national 
park. 1B-H1878. — Typical home in the Great 
Smoky Mountains national park, 1B-H1881. — View 
of Newfound Gap highway^ descending mountain to 
Cherokee Indian reservation, 1B-H1879. © Jan. 
14, 1942; K 52534-52538. 

1559 
1943; 



Thaxton (H Mack) 

[Pancake calculator] 
I 32237, 



© 1 c. Mar. 4, 



Thermoid co. 1560, 1561 

Setting a new pace. - Sherlock finds what it 

takes. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1943; J 35138, 35143. 

Thomas (Arthur L.) 1562 

Autumn sport. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 1942; J 35122. 

Thomas (Dan J.) 1563 

Envelc^e container. © Mar. 2, 1943; I 32235. 

Thompson products, inc. 1564-1575 

Hubbell (Charles H.): 

Battle of Midway. - Bombers over Benghazi. 

- Butch O'Hare. - Caribbean rescue. - Caught at 
Kiska. - Colin Kelly. - First U. S. raid over 
Europe. - Flying Tigers. - Marines over the Solo- 
mons. - New Burma road. - Shangri-La to Tolcyo. 

- Sighted sub, sank same. © Feb. 3, 1943; K 52485- 
52496 



Tichnor bros., inc. 1576-1585 

Dog-gone right the leathernecks aretoughl Mar- 
1. - Heck, that's nothing, you ought to see a leather- 
neck! Mar-7. - I'm not kidding! The U.S. marines 
always do things in a great big way, Mar- 10. - Just 
to let you know, the marines have landed! Mar-4. 
- Life in the marines is tough, but I'm making a 
good stab at it! Mar-3. - Marines have landed, and 
have the situation well in hand, Mar-6. - On the 
home battle front, Mar-8. - Reinforcements needed 
to guard the rear, Mar-9. - U. S. marines get 
around a lot! Mar-5. - Your marine has landed 
here, Mar-2. © Feb. 4, 1943; K 32474-52483. 

Tucker (Jason Newton) 1586 

Mechanical power increasing machine. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1943; I 32090. 

Vecchi (John) 1587 

Clariophone. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1943; I 32111. 



Wands (Thomas Lusk) 

Honor roll. © Feb. 9, 1943; K 52539. 



1588 



Ward (Montgomery) & co., inc. 1589 

Big opportimity for you. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; 
J 35129. 

Westerfield (Granville G.) 1590 

Versatile plastic latches, combination latch-lock 
and key. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; I 32167. 

Westlake (Frederic EUot) 1591 

Mr. Pepys. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1943; J 35177. 

Williamson (Albert C.) 1592 

Waitin' up for daddy. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1943; J 
35123. 

Wilson (M. A.) 1593 

Pot scraper. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; I 32156. 

Winburn (Jay Te) 1594, 1595 

Ford (Mrs. Walter Buhl) M, A, B. © Dec. 31, 
1942; J 35124, 35125. 

Winkelman (Henry William) 1596 

Rowing machine with automatic wing propellers 
for watercraft. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1943; J 35148. 

Wise (Luther C.) 1597 

Letter record for service men. © Feb. 11, 1943; 
K 52497. 

Wissart (Eugene) 1598 

Divine Mother in the sycamore fig-tree. ©Dec. 
28, 1942; K 52471. 



Wood (Arthur W.) 

Wrist watch bracelet. 
132091. 



© 1 c. Feb. 2, 



1599 
1943: 



Wood (C. A.) jr. 1600 

To all brave, healthy, able-bodied and well dis- 
posed young men. © Dec. 15, 1942; K 52473. 

Wright (Wilbur Alexander) 1601 

WW-1, an improvement on airplane landing 
wheels. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1943; I 32185. 



34 



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no. 2, 1943 



1603 



Zegarelli (Joseph) 1602 

This generation has a rendezvous with destiny, 
2B-H1291. © Dec. 28, 1942; K 52502. 



Zwiclcel (Elmer L.) 
Dive bomber. © 1 c. 



1603 



Feb. 5, 1943; I 32174. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entries) 21 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character 

(including 216 one-copy entries) 313 

Photc^raphs (including 117 one-copy entries) 174 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 11 contributions to 

periodicals and other one-copy entries) 449 

Total -- - 957 



35 



PRINTS AND DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [1603 



Briggs (— ) 1 

Kelly pool - intermission. © American tobacco 
CO., New York. H 115919, Mar. 5, 1943. 

Fisher (H. C.) 2-4 

Mutt and Jeff, 1-3. © American tobacco co., 

New York. R 115915, 115917, 115918, Mar. 5, 1943. 



Goldberg (R. L.) 

Father was right. R 115913, Mar. 5, 1943. 
Pipe of peace. R 115920, Mar. 5, 1943. 



5-7 



Uncle Pete. R 115914, Mar. 5, 1943. 
© American tobacco co. , New York. 

Semon (Lawrence) 8 

Keeping cool. © American tobacco co., New 
York. R 115916, Mar. 5, 1943. 

Taylor instrument cos. 9, 10 

Tycos recording thermometer. Chart no. 302. 

R 115814, Feb. 22, 1943. 

Chart no. 2100. R 115831, Feb. 22, 1943. 

© Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 



36 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



A. P. W. paper co., inc. Albany. 1604 

Women are different For toilet tissue, towels 
& toilet set covers. © Feb. 3, 1943; KK 17883. 



Allegany oil co., Marquette, Micli. 

Keep 'em running! For motor tonic. 
26, 1942; KK 17707. 



© 



1605 
Aug. 



Allis-Cbalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 1606-1608 
Allis- Chalmers arc welders, b-6241. For arc 

welding equipment © Sept 28, 1942; KK 17803. 
Allis- Cnalmers electro-cooler, 66242. For 

forced cooled transformer. © Oct 12, 1942; KK 

17804. 

AlUs-Chalmers motor finder, F3384. For 

squirrel cage alternating current motors. © Oct 

29, 1942; KK 18071. 

Aloe (Albert) & Keith, St Louis. 1609 

headquarters for glamorous eyewear. For eye 
glasses. © May 17, 1942; KK 17800. 

Aluminum co. of America, Pittsburgh. 1610 

Tools for machining aluminum. For aluminum 
machine tools. © Feb. 17, 1943; KK 18097. 

American cabinet hardware Corp., Rockford, III. 

1611 
Amerock cabinet hardware catalog no. 608, hard- 
ware for war time remodeling. For cabinet hard- 
ware. © Feb. 6, 1943; KK 17798. 

American Fluresit co., inc., Cincinnati. 1612 

Many of your customers have damp basements 
and leaky walls. For waterproofing products. © 
Mar. 14, 1940; KK 17715. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 1613 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. Getting ready 

for auction day. For cigarettes. © Feb. 1, 1943; 
KK 17680. 

American viscose Corp., New York. 1614, 1615 

For rayon yarns: 

Rayon reports. © Jan. 20, 1943; KK 17688. 

Square that wanted to be an oblong. © Feb. 
3, 1943; KK 17796. 

Approved marine devices co., New York. 1616 

Scbkt lifeboat skates bulletin no. 101. For life- 
boat skates. © Jan. 4, 1943; £:k 17712. 

Aristocrat leather products co. See Knee (Simon) 
d. b. a. Aristocrat leather products co. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 1617, 1618 

No soldier in the world gets better care than a 

man in the U. S. army. For meat, dairy products, 

wool, leather, oils and other by-products. © jan. 

29, 1943; KK 17732. 

Now, roast chicken is e-a-s-y even for midweek 

meals. For poultry. © jan. 10, 1943; KK 17986. 



Axton- Fisher tobacco co., inc., Louisville. 

1619, 1620 
For cigarettes: 

All tiiey wanted was the best cigarette in the 
world. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18101. 

Simple facts about a cleaner, finer smoke. 
© Jan. 22, 1943; KK 17826. 

Barnes (W. F. & John) co., Rockford, III. 1621 

Deep hole drilling and boring machine. For 
machine tools for boring operations. © jan. 21, 
1943; KK 17961. 

Bayley (William) co., Springfield, O. 1622 

Bayley door'd bulkhead panel. For a completed 
line-produced assembly of door, frame, transom 
and hardware, ready for fixing in bulkheads. © Nov. 
20, 1942; KK 17657. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 1623 

Tnere goes a headUne the Axis won't print For 
aircraft © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 17869. 

Bendix aviation corp.. New York. 1624 

Together, we're building bridges across the 
seven seas. For precision instruments for aero- 
planes. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 18011. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 1625-1628 

Best's for tailored suit classics. For women's 
suits. © Feb. 7, 1943; KK 17746. 

Mix your own. For skirts, slacks, lackets, 
blouses, culottes & sweaters. © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 
17841. 

You can still get them at Best's. For corsets, 
girdles and brassieres. © jan. 31, 1943; KK 17721. 

Youtn is our specialty. For children's clothes. 
© Feb. 7, 1943; KK 17745. 

Biblion publishers, Chicago. 1629 

Timeless as tne Bible itself. For book. © -Dec. 
26, 1942; KK 17663. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. 1630 

You can't buy things for me any more, says your 

kitchen. For pile fabric floor covering. © Feb. 15, 

1943; fCK 18034. 

Bon Ami co.. New York. 1631 

Your tub would look as new as mine. For clean- 
ser. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK IblOO. 

Bonwit Teller, inc., New York. 1632-1638 

For women's apparel: 

America's great designers. © Feb. 28, 1943; 
KK 18032. 

Bubble bath frills. © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 17851. 

Great gabardines I © Feb. 7, 1943; KK 17852. 

One and only Philip Mangone. © Jan. 31, 
1943; KK 17653. 

Prettiness suits you. © Feb. 7, 1943; KK 
17850. 

Pussywillow gray suit © Feb. 21, 1943;KK 
17971. 



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Our famous British walkers. For women's 
apparel, shoes. © Feb. 21, 1943; KK 17970. 

Borden CO., New York. 1639-1642 

Are you sneaking my Borden's evaporated milk 
in your coffee again? For evaporated milk. © Oct. 
15, 1942; KK 17957. 

Elsie novelties new sales sensation! For comi- 
cal cow novelties. © Dec. 31, 1942; KK 17959. 

It's grand for coffee, cereals, fruitsl For milk 
& cream. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17956. 

Newl Free! Borden's prize penny banquets. For 
dairy products. © Dec. 7, 1942; KK 17958. 

Brandt (Irving) Hi co., Chicago. 1643 

At the front. For braces. © Feb. 20, 1943; KK 
17975. 

Brewing industry foundation, New York. 1644-1647 
For beer: 

From where I sit, 44. © Sept. 1, 1942; KK 
17980. 

From where I sit, 45. © Sept. 9, 1942; KK 
17877. 

From where I sit, 46. © Sept. 16, 1942; KK 
17878. 

From where I sit, 47. © Sept. 23, 1942; KK 
17981. 

Brooks bros.. New York. 1648 

Price list of army, navy & marine corps uni- 
forms ii accessories. For army, navy ii marine 
corps uniforms & accessories. © Feb. 1,1943; KK 
17683. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

1649-1663 
For lemons: 

Catching cold, LA-3442-A. © Jan. 17, 1943; 
KK 17722. 

"Don't fool with a cold, LA-3458. © Feb. 12, 
1943; KK 18013. 

Five ways to fight a cold, LA-3443-A. © Jan. 
24, 1943; KK 17723. 

What's good for a cold, LA-3457. © Feb. 5, 
1943; KK 17909. 
For oranges: 

Best for juice, LA-3414. © Jan. 19, 1943; KK 
17837, 

Best for juice and every use, liA-3414-C. 
© Jan. 12, 1943; KK 17845. 

Best for juice and every use, LA-3416. © 
Feb. 2, 1943; KK 18012. 

Best for juice and every use, LiA-3416-C. 
© Jan. 26, 1943; KK 17844. 

Best for juice and every use, LA-3420-C. 
© Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18083. 

California sends you, LA-3413. © Jan. 12, 
1943; KK 17838. 

Drink the high-vitamin orange juice, LA -3401. 
© Jan, 10, 1943; KK 17668. 

Drink the high-vitamin orange juice, LA-3415. 
© Jan, 26, 1943; KK 17724, 

Drink the high-vitamin orange juice, LA-3417. 
© Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18084. 

Get vitamin health the delicious way, LA- 
3342-C. © Feb. 2, 1943; KK 18085. 

ViUmins for lunch, LA-3344-C. © Jan. 19, 
1943; KK 17843, 

Camp (S. H.) & co,, Jackson, Mich, 1664 

She serves too. For scientific supports. © Jan. 
15, 1943; KK 17825. 



Carter coal CO, , New York. 1665-1670 

For Pocahontas coal: 

Caps and gowns and mine workers' children. 
© Jan, 21, 1943; KK 17750. 

From minors to miners, they're straight 
shooters I © Jan. 28, 1943; KK 18076. 

Helping hand from across the border. © Dec. 
31, 1942; KK 17675. 

Shot-firers for freedom. © Dec. 24, 1942; 
KK 17674. 

Tanks that fight underground, © Feb. 4, 1943; 
KK 18073. 

Who says woman's work is never done? © 
Jan. 7, 1943; KK 17747. 

Cash (A. W.) CO., Decatur, m. 1671 

L-3 angle type relief valve. For relief valve. 
© Jan. 20, 1943; KK 17719. 

Celanese celluloid Corp., New York. 1672 

Custom molders are even bridging the shortage 

of dies. For plastics. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 17907. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 

1673, 1674 
For coal: 

Answers to your heating problems. © Dec. 
26, 1942; KK 17757. 

Heatmg questions answered. © Nov, 18, 
1942; KK 17670, 

Clark bros, chewing gum co,, Pittsburgh, 1675 

Clark's the nation's new chewing delight. For 
chewing gum. © Feb. 4, 1943; KK 17689. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 1676-1679 

For household bleach & disinfectant: 

Clorox-clean bathrooms, for added health 
protection, © Nov. 27, 1942; KK 17813. 

Dishcloths, Clorox makes them spotless, 
sanitary. © Dec. 13, 1942; KK 17811. 

For home health defense. © Jan. 24, 1943; 
KK 17812. 

For home health defense. © Jan, 29, 1943; 
KK 17810, 



Coca-cola co,, Wilmington, Del. 1680-1690 

For soft drink: 

Ask the ranger from Dieppe. © Feb. 13, 
1943; KK 17967. 

Best is always the better buy. Bottle on palm 
of hand. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17948. 

Face your job refreshed. Girl at drill press. 
© Jan, 27, 1943; KK 17947. 

Here's a way to keep customers coming back. 
Grocer pointing to sign. © Feb. 1,1943; KK 1779», 

He's coming home on a furlough. Picture 
frame table, © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17828. 

It's what you would expect of your most prof- 
itable item, J. F. Gallaher. © Feb. 8, 1943; KK 
17853. 

Listen with the boys at camp tonight, spotlight 
bands, radio poster. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17969. 

Penny postal card buys a lot of good will, Hale 
M. Houston. © Jan. 25, 1943; KK 17699. 

That extra something. Soldier walking. © 
Feb. 3, 1943; KK 17829. 

That extra something in daytime radio, songs 
by Morton Downey. © Feb. 8, 1943; KK 17927. 

Year of practice proves this plan pays, Leo 
A. Lanigan. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 17968. 



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no. 2, 1943 



1736 



Coty, inc., New York. 1691 

For natural beauty. For cosmetics. © Feb. 
26, 1943; KK 17983. 

Cressler (Edward Payson) Newton, Kan. 1692 

Mouth happy Rins-er-dent pellets. For polish- 
ing cleaning foam dentifrice tablets, pellets. © Jan. 
15, 1943; KK 17672. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 1693 
Lift that heavy blanket. For oil-soluble vitamins. 
© Nov. 27, 1942; KK 17934. 

Doho chemical corp., New York, 1694, 1695 

For medical product: 

Ear complications. ©Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17655. 
Influenzal otitis. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17654, 

Endicott -Johnson corp., Endicott, N. Y. 1696 

Smart practical footwear gifts. For shoes. © 
Dec. 17, 1942; KK 17749. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 1697-1709 

For gasoline: 

What's in a name? Alice. © Dec. 18, 1942 
KK 18070. 

What's in a name? Allan. © Feb, 12, 1943 
KK 17868. 

What's in a name? Amy. © Jan. 22, 1943 
KK 18069. 

What's in a name? Barton. © Dec. 12, 1942 
KK 17859. 

What's in a name? Charles. © Dec. 15, 1942 
KK 17867. 

What's in a name? Evelyn. © Dec, 27, 1942 
KK 17862. 

What's in a name? Garret. © Jan, 20, 1943 
KK 18068. 

What's in a name? Harold. © Jan. 27, 1943 
KK 17860. 

What's in a name? Louise. © Dec. 14, 1942 
KK 17861. 

What's in a name? Ray. © Jan. 10, 1943; KK 
17866, 

What's in a name? Richard. © Feb. 5, 1943; 
KK 17864, 

What's in a name? Ruth. © Jan. 17, 1943; KK 
17865. 

What's in a name? Vivian. © Dec, 30, 1942; 
KK 17863. 

Ex-lax, inc., Brooklyn. 1710 

In laxatives, too, there's a happy medium! Too 
extreme! Too plain! The happy medium! For laxa- 
tive medicinal tablets. © Jan. 5, 1942; KK 17772. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co., Newark, N. J. 

1711, 1712 
For beer: 

Brewer shoots the sun. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 
17797. 

Contribution to a man's comfort. © Feb. 24, 
1943; KK 17990. 

Ferdinand (L. W.) & co., inc., Boston. 1713 

It's stuck for good! For marine glue. © Jan, 
25, 1943; KK 17706. 

Field (Marshall) & co., Chicago. 1714-1717 

For girls' clothing. 

Meet Merry Thriften. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 
17761. 



Merry Thriften meets her budget. © Feb. 12, 
1943; KK 17880. 

Merry Thriften scores a point. © Feb. 19, 
1943; KK 17955. 

Merry Thriften works for victory. © Feb. 
26, 1943; KK 18030. 

Finch (Jos, S.) & co,, inc, Schenley, Pa, 1718 

When the flickers first-nighted in Herald square. 
For liquor, © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 17929, 

Fleischmann distilling corp., Peekskill, N. Y. 

1719 
New life for old stockings. For spirits, Scotch. 
© Jan. 21, 1943; KK 17685. 

Florists' telegraph delivery assn,, Detroit. 1720 
Why your mom has two happy birthdays a yearl 
For flowers by telegraph, © Jan. 18, 1943; KK 
17736, 

Fram corp,. East Providence, R, I. 1721 

Authorized station TCC. Tractor conservation 
crusade. For oil & motor cleaners. © Dec. 28, 
1942; KK 17802. 

Gardner (Clark E.) Osage, la. 1722 

Happy tumbling blocks. For building blocks. 
© Feb.16, 1943; KK 18109. 

General baking, co,, New York, 1723, 1724 

For bread: 

No more trouble with uneven slices! Bond 
bread now Slice-marked, © Feb, 11, 1943; KK 
17760, 

Thousands have switched to Bond bread be- 
cause it's Slice marked, © Feb, 24, 1943; KK 
18107. 

General cigar co,, inc., New YoiJc. 1725 

Elmer likes old things. For cigars, © May 1, 
1942; KK 17879, 



General foods corp., New York. 1726 

For over 2 years. For cereals. © Dec. 1, 1942; 
KK 17733. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 1727-1736 

Essential materials for you builders of men. 
For oil-soluble vitamins. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 
17933. 

For feeds: 

Larro feeder. © Dec. 7, 1942; KK 17940. 

Larro merchandiser, v. 1, no. 3. © Feb. 1, 
1943; KK 17935. 
For flour: 

Don't be bashful, mister! © Sept, 20, 1942; 
KK 17939, 

Here's help, and how! © Jan, 10, 1943; KK 
17931, 

Meat stretching can be fun! © Jan. 24, 1943; 
KK 17930, 

Military Christmas cookies, © Nov. 10, 1942; 
KK 17937. 

Military Christmas cookies. © Nov, 16, 1942; 
KK 17936, 

Now's the time to make a hit with these mid- 
winter fruit pies! © Jan. 17, 1943; KK 17938 

Pack him a lunch that packs a punch. © Jan. 
22, 1943; KK 17932. 



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1737 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 1737, 1738 
Making the most of wartime specifications. For 

tires. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17677. 

Uncle Sam's fighter planes. For industrial 

pneumatic tires. © Jan. 2, 1943; KK 17676. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 1739 

How to make famous Kentucky drinks by Colonel 

Glenmore. For whiskey. © Dec, 2, 1942; KK 17964. 

Goodspeed's book shop, inc., Boston. 1740 

Boston browser. For second-hand books. © 
Jan. 10, 1943; KK 17904. 

Gordon (Archie P.) Richmond Heights, Mo. 1741 
For goodness sakes. For calf food. © Jan. 20, 
1943; KK 17754. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 1742 

Winning the war is all that matters. For watches. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17816. 

Gurney (Edmund) Portland, Or. 1743 

Perfecto everlasting, economy, master layout 
necktie patterns. For combined necktie shaper and 
press board. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 17753. 

Hamilton watch co., Lancaster, Pa. 1744 

Every noon he brings the bridge some nice fresh 
time I For watches. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17858. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 1745-1747 

For ale: 

In the papers for '43. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 
17671. 

Old friends are best. © Feb. 4, 1943; KK 
17818. 

Shiver my timbers. © Feb. 9, 1943; KK 17819. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. Y. 

1748-1752 
For rennet powder: 

All you need to make delicious rennet-cus- 
tards, 1. milk, 2. Junket rennet powder, nothing else. 
© Jan. 14, 1943; KK 17691. 

Everybody loves milk for dessert. © Jan. 19, 
1943; KK 17913. 

I go all over the world turning tears into happy 
smiles, says Aunt Rennie. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 
17914. 

Milk for health, milk for dessert. © Jan. 7, 
1943; KK 17690. 

Sure! Everybody loves milk. © Feb. 2,1943; 
KK 17912. 

Harris -Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 1753-1755 
For lithographic supplies: 

Harris impressions, v. 2, no. 12, Dec, 1942. 
© Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17716. 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 1, Jan., 1943. 
© Feb. 12, 1943; KK 17945. 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 2, Feb., 1943. 
© Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18098. 

Harrison-Mill Corp., Detroit. 1756 

Black-out, the modern soot and fire scale con- 
trol. For chemical compound for use in all boilers. 
© Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18095. 

Hercules powder co. , inc., Wilmington, Del. 

1757, 1758 



Soap for Welder Thompson's wash. For chemi- 
cals, rosin. © Feb. 18, 1943; KK 17973. 

With this searchlight you can see the future*. For 
chemicals, cellulose nitrate. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 
17911. 

Holmes &, Edwards div. International silver co. See 
International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div. 

Hyde Park breweries assn. , inc. , St. Louis. 

1759-1763 
For alcoholic beverage: 

Father Time hits a homer in the flavor league. 
© May 11, 1942; KK 17738. 

Father Time makes this beer the one to put 
your money on. © May 19, 1942; KK 17744. 

How about raiding the kitchen? © Jan. 11, 
1943; KK 17739. 

Only Father Time gives beer such grand re- 
freshing flavor. © May 26, 1942; KK 17743. 

Skill makes beer good. Father Time makes 
it great! © June 1, 1942; KK 17741. 

Industrial electronics Corp., Newark, N. J. 1764 
Something new in localized lighting for 1943. 
For fluorescent lights. © Feb. 3, 1943; KK 17755. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 1765 
Army-navy scrapbook for the automotive boys. 
For tape. © Jan. 10, 1943; KK 17821. 

International business machines Corp., New York. 

1766 
One out of every 4 t3?pewriters is needed. For 
typewriters. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 17713. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 1767 

Best bet for a sellingpoint. For sterling inlaid 

silverplate. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17698. 

Jones (Silva Martin) Vermillion, Kan. 1768 

Derby diet news. For feed. © Jan. 3, 1943; 
KK 17708. 

Jones &. Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 1769 

Dolomite guns in action at open-hearths help 
make record war-steel production. For steel. ® 
Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18014. 

Kalak water co. of New York, inc. , N6w York. 

1770 
Kalak data. For bottled mineral water. © Feb. 
26, 1943; KK 18035. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 1771 

Timely treat for breakfast. For breakfast cereal. 
© Jan. 31, 1943; KK 17656. 

Knee (Simon) d. b. a. Aristocrat leather products 
CO., New York. 1772 

Two-some wallet by Aristocrat. For wallets. 

© Jan. 11, 1943; KK 18102. 

Knox (Charles B.) gelatine co. , inc., Johnstown, N. 
Y. 1773, 1774 

For gelatine: 

Makes butter rationing easier] © Feb. 19, 
1943; KK 17987. 

2 big helps for rationing of butter and cream. 
© Feb. 10, 1943; KK 17972. 



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1851 



Kops bros., New York. 1775 

designed for efficient beauty For foundation 
garments. <^ Feb. 8, 1943; KK 17809. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 1776, 1777 

T)elicious macaroni-and-cheese in 7 minutes 
cooking time. For macaroni and cheese. © Jan. 
19, 1943; KK 18059 

It's smart vartime saving to get the cream cheese 
that's guaranteed fresh. For cheese and oleomar- 
garine. © Jan 29, 1943; KK 18058. 

Larus & bro. co., Richmond. 1778-1780 

For tobacco: 

Blue tin enlists! © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 18104. 

Modern barrack-room ballads. © Nov. 25, 
1942; KK 18105. 

Not malt, not rum, not wine, not nuts. © Mar. 
15, 1942; KK 18106. 

Lederle laboratories, inc., New York. 1781 

I'm a customer too! For veterinary products. 
© Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17714. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

1782-1789 
For tooth powder: 

How can you put pennies in the bank. © Feb. 
24, 1943; KK 18087. 

I give you 62 o/o more for your money. © 
Jan. 27, 1943; KK 17684. 

More for your money? © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 
18063. 

Speak iq)! © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 17982. 
You'll make my pennies stretch. © Feb. 10, 
1943; KK 17827 

More precious than ever. For disinfectant. © 
Jan. 19, 1943; KK 17709. 

Softness, brilliance, kisses when you wear Tussy 
lipsUck. For cosmetics. ©Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17731. 
Yep, he fell for these hands on the sweetheart 
shift. For lotion. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18023, 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brookl3m. 1790-1792 
Drink me - Rheingold extra dry lager beer. 
For beer. © Dec. 7, 1942; KK 17950. 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says Miss 
Rheingold, 1943. © Jan. 1, 1943; KK 17898. 
Winner! © Jan. 4, 1943; KK 17740. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 1793-1796 
For cigarettes: 

All over the world America's 900,000 aviation 
workers. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 17886. 

It's Chesterfield for my taste. Girl welder. 
© Feb. 5, 1943; KK 18075. 

They deliver the goods. Railroad engineer. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17692. 

Smoke Granger, mild, cool. U. S. army ski 
tro<9er For tobacco. © Jan. 8, 1943; KK 17667. 

Lockheed aircraft corp., Burbank, CaUf. 1797 

Call it lightning, LA-203. For aircraft. © Jan. 
22, 1943; KK 17949 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 1798, 1799 

For nail polish: 

Dura-gloss picks you xxp. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 
17823. 

Dura-gloss picks you iq). © Feb. 25, 1943; 
KK 18086. 



McGill lithogr^h co., Minneapolis. 1800-1803 

For flour: 

Delicious enriched white bread gives Ameri- 
cans vitamins Bl, D, E & G. Form 150-BR. © 
Jan. 5, 1943; KK 18028. 

Different bread makes toast an exciting treat. 
Form 160-AR. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 18029. 

Enriched bread is in the service tool Form 
150-AR. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 18027. 

Nature, the master chemist. Form 160-BR. 
© Jan. 5, 1943; KK 18072. 

McGown (Pearl K.) West Boylston, Mass. 

1804-1806 
For hooked rug designs or siq)plies: 

September 15, 1942. Dear HooKrafTsman. 
© Sept. 15, 1942; KK 17730. 

October 15, 1942. Dear HooKrafTsman. © 
Oct. 15, 1942; KK 17752. 

November 15, 1942. Dear HooKrafTsman. 
© Nov. 15, 1942; KK 17729. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, 111. 1807 

Oh, please, Mr. Martin. For automatic electric 
toasters. © Jan. 18, 1943; KK 17817. 

Masonite corp., Chicago. 1808-1814 

For die stock: 

Answering higher productiondemands. ©Jan. 
15, 1943; KK 17834. 

Time is short. © June 11, 1942; KK 17830. 
For insulation material: 

It's the talk of the town and a favorite on the 
farm. © Aug. 10, 1942; KK 17831. 

Meet a popular stay-at-home. © Jan. 16, 
1943; KK 17835. 

New victory on the farm front. © Jan. 20, 
1943; KK 17836. ' 

Salute to the armed forces. © Dec. 7, 1942; 
KK 17832. 

Unwanted stepchildren. © Jan. 10, 1943; KK 
17833. 

May (J. L.) co., New York. 1815 

Here it is, Indestructo. For tags. © Jan. 2, 
1942; KK 17923. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 

1816, 1817 
For dictionaries: 

Circle and monogram, January, 1943. © Jan. 

7, 1943; KK 17681. 

Prepublication announcement, an American 
pronouncing dictionary. ©Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17682. 

Metallizing engineering co., inc.. Long Island City, 

N. Y. 1818 

Announcing Metco's Fuse -bond process and 

equipment for electrical siurface preparation. For 

metallizing accessories. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17822. 

Micro switch corp., Freeport, ni. 1819-1851 

For precision electric. switches: 

Again Micro switch makes a contribution to 
the aircraft industry! © Apr. 6, 1942; KK 17776. 

Again Micro switch makes a contribution to 
the aircraft industry! © May 1, 1942; KK 17777. 

Another new Micro switch actuator. © July 

8, 1942; KK 17781. 

Baby that was never meant for war ! © Jan. 
31, 1942; KK 17766. 

Close spots accurately welded with new Micro 
switch. © May 6, 1942, KK 17778. 



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Consumer discount schedule 0-24, form 630- 
2. © Mar. 2, 1942; KK 17918. 

Data sheet no. 23. © Nov. 17, 1941; KK 17919. 

Data sheet 24, form 630-6. 9 June 12, 1942; 
KK 17916. 

Data sheet 25, form 630-7. © June 12, 1942; 
KK 17917. 

Discount schedule D-22, form 81. © Apr. 2, 
1941; KK 17915. 

Fast and accurate gauging of thin metal with 
a Micro switch. © Mar. 6, 1942; KK 17770. 

53 Micro switches help these Langelier auto- 
maUc drill units. © Oct. 5, 1942; KK 17790. 

Four good reasons for standardizing on these 
Micro switch actuator brackers. © Oct. 1, 1942, 
KK 17789. 

Four good reasons for standardizing on these 
Micro switch actuator brackets. © Oct. 14, 1942; 
KK 17793. 

Here are all the facts you need to know about 
precision snap-action switches. © Aug. 7, 1942; 
KK 17783. 

Here, Micro switches provide a method for 
accurate gauging. © Oct, 10, 1941; KK 17765. 

Hmm, they said, you work with exacting ones. 
© Mar. 21, 1942; KK 17773. 

How Micro switches are improving produc- 
tion methods. © Aug. 11, 1941; KK 17764. 

How this explosion-proof Micro switch can 
provide safety. © July 7, 1942, KK 17780. 

Jobber's discount schedule D-25, form 630-3. 
© Apr. 17, 1942; KK 17920. 

Let's see how this Micro switch works. © 
Sept 5, 1942; KK 17787. 

Little switch that grew up tough! © Feb. 28, 
1942; KK 17767. 

Micro switch does duty as magnetic chuck 
safety controL © July 4, 1942; KK 17779. 

Micro switch speeds between-center distance 
gauging. © sept 4, 1942; KK 17786. 

Prices and weights Micro switches for air- 
craft, consumer discount schedule D-26, form 630- 
4. © Apr. 17, 1942; KK 17921. 

Send for this new Micro switch catalog. © May 
9, 1941; KK 17763. 

Splash proof Micro switch for limit applica- 
Uons. © Apr. 23, 1941; KK 17922. 

These Micro switch facts speak louder than 
any words. © Aug. 10, 1942; KK 17784. 

They specified. © Mar. 31, 1942; KK 17774. 

When rifle barrels are drilled. © Mar. 1, 
1942; KK 17768. 

Why these basic principles of Micro switch 
design assure you. © July 31, 1942, KK 17782. 

Why these basic principles of Micro switch 
design assure you. © Sept 25, 1942; KK 17788. 

You'll want this first © Mar. 13, 1942; KK 
17771. 



Mid-states equipment co., Chicago. 1852 

Mid- states electric arc welders. For welding 
machines. © June 24, 1942; KK 1787b. 



Moglen mfg. co.. New York. 1853, 1854 

For embroidered insignia: 

Army air force order blank. © Mar. 2, 1943; 
KK 18031. 

Moglen manufacturing company military in- 
signia, letterhead. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 17792. 



Morrow (W. J.) co., Portland, Or. 1855 

National funeral record- For funeral record 
unit © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 17664. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 1856 

Zero hourl For fuel oil & heating appliances. 
© Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17735. 

Mulwitz (Robert) Greenwich, Conn. 1857 

In anticipation of happier days to come, we pre- 
sent American Fiesta. For furniture. © Feb. 11, 
1943; KK 18036. 

National distillers products corp.. New York. 

1858, 1859 

For the most delicious martini in the world, 
make one with the gin that for nearly a century has 
been the world's favorite. For distilled London 
dry gin. © Feb. 5, 1943, KK 17726. 

What famous whiskey do you think of when you 
see a gardenia? For blended rye or bourbon whis- 
key. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 17725. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

1860, 1861 
For vitamin D milk: 

Teeth are weapons, tool Homogenized Vitex 
vitamin D milk. © Feb. 2, 1943; KK 17874. 

Teeth are weapons, tool Regular. © Feb. 2, 
1943; KK 17873. 

Neilson (Raymond F.) Detroit 1862, 1863 

For metal cleaner and rust remover: 

Metalprep, TS-1. © Feb, 10, 1943; KK 17965. 
Metalprep, TS-2. © Feb. 10,1943; KK 17966. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 1864-1867 

For men's shirts: 

Because of the increasing difficulties. © Feb. 
5, 1943; KK 17702. 

For you only. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 17703. 
For men's topcoat: 

Enclosed is a picture of a coat that millions 
of Americans ought to have. © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 
17840. 

You'll have to hurry to get the coat that's 
taking America by storm. © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 
17839. 

Nichols (Herbert W.) Cincinnati. 1868 

All the payroll records required by law or 
business. For payroll record book. © Dec. 31, 
1942; KK 17697. 

North American fibre products co., Cleveland. 

1869-1874 

riorneblende compound. For waterproof coat- 
ing. © Feb. 16, 1943; KK 18019. 

Keep 'em steaming. For boiler process test 
set © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 18017. 

Mogul brine treatment For brine treatment 
product © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 18020. 

Mogul ever clean boiler process. For boiler 
compound. © Feb. 16, 1943; KK 18018, 

Mogul flue and chimney clean. For flue and 
chimney clean product © Feb. 16, 1943, KK 18021. 

Mogul rust eradicator. For rust eradicator set 
© Feb. 14, 1943; KK 18016. 

Nos-ease co.. New York. 1875 

Wear Ear-ease for eyeglass comfort For op- 
tical goods. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18096. 



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no. 2, 1943 



1919 



Oceanic electric products Corp., New York. 1876 
Get the latest. For electrical products. © Nov. 
13, 1941; KK 17884. 

Ohio oil CO., inc., Findlay, O. 1877 

Freel Get your marathon mileage ration budget- 
card. For gasoline and oil. © Dec. 11, 1942; KK 
18010. 

Olsen-Stelzer boot & saddlery co., inc., Henrietta, 
Tex. 1878 

Olsen-Stelzer, America's finest cowboy boots. 

For cowboy boots. © Mar. 15, 1942; KK 17666. 

Olson rug co., Chicago. 1879-1881 

For rugs: 

Save up to 50 o/o and get lovely broadloom 
Olson rugs. © Jan. 27, 1943; KK 17952. 

Save up to 50 o/o and get lovely broadloom 
Olson rugs. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17953. 

Save up to 1/2 on lovely broadloom rugs. © 
Jan. 18, 1943; KK 17954. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 1882 

These are the things we are fighting for. For 
silverware. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17857. 

Ortho products, inc., Linden, N. J. 1883, 1884 

Clinical effectiveness. For vaginal jelly. © 

Jan. 29, 1943; KK 18077. 

Scientific product for the control of conception. 

For vaginal jelly, cream, diaphragms. © Feb. 9, 

1943; KK 18078. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 1885 

For homes on paper. For garage doors. © Feb. 
1, 1943; KK 17794. 

Owens-Illinois glass co., Toledo. 1886 

Add beauty to display windows with portable 
glass block backgrounds. For free-standing port- 
able glass block panel. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 17728. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 1887-1892 

For beer: 

Blue Ribbon Sal is abusiness-like gal. ©Feb. 
6, 1943; KK 18091. 

Mary, the waitress, is smart as a whip. © 
Jan. 9, 1943; KK 18090. 

Now, more than ever, a symbol of friendly 
companionship. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 18088. 

This is the lawyer of Blue Ribbon Town. © 
Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18089. 

We scrapped with our neighbors. © Nov. 16, 
1942; KK 18092. 

We're getting more friends per gallon these 
days. © Dec. 9, 1942; KK 18093. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 1893, 1894 

For fountain pen ink: 

Sensational new ink gives your pen vital war- 
time protection. © Jan. 20, 1943: KK 18057. 

Sensational new ink gives your pen vital war- 
time protection. © Jan. 20, 1943; KK 18060. 

Pet dairy products co., Johnson City, Tenn. 

1895-1902 
For ice cream: 

Pet almond toffee ice cream, P-53. © Dec. 
15, 1942; KK 17891. 

Pet ambrosia ice cream, P-52. © Dec. 15, 
1942; KK 17890. 



Pet buttered pecan ice cream, P-55. © Dec. 
15, 1942; KK 17892. 

Pet chocolate nut fudge ice cream, P-61. © 
Dec. 15, 1942; KK 17895. 

Pet lemon chiffon ice cream, P-51. © Dec. 
15, 1942; KK 17889. 

Pet old fashioned cherry ice cream, P-62. 
© Dec. 15, 1942; KK 17896. 

Pet pumpkin center ice cream, P-59. © Dec. 
15, 1942; KK 17893. 

Pet tree center ice cream, P-60. © Dec. 15, 
1942; KK 17894. 

Press -on, inc., New York. 1903 

How to mend as you iron! For ther mo -plastic 
tape. © Feb. 2, 1943; KK 17791. 

Procter & Gamble co,, Cincinnati. 1904, 1905 

For soap: 

Dirt meets Lava soap. © Feb, 15, 1943; KK 
17882. 

Hello Laval Goodbye grime. © Feb. 11, 
1943; KK 17991. 

Prosperity co., inc.. East Syracuse, N. Y. 1906 

Set your rivets uniformly. For pneumatic rive- 
ter. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17962. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston -Salem, N. C. 

1907 
Camel, E-45. Shipmates. For cigarettes, © 
Nov. 17, 1942; KK 17720. 

Robinson (J. W.) co. , Los Angeles. 1908 

Under California's sun or stars. For women's 
wear. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17910, 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 1909-1912 
For carbon papers & typewriter ribbons: 

Gee-whiz, Mabel you sure are a tightwad! 

© Jan. 1, 1943; KK 17734. 

Retire at 20? Not me, lady, I can work right 

up to 601 © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 17742. 

It's known as polishing the name plate! For 

carbon pi.per. © June 26, 1942; KK 17897. 

Ways to make your typewriters last until victory. 

For typewriter. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17737. 

Schenley import corp.. New York. 1913-1917 

For Scotch whiskey: 

For distinguished service, after aday of war- 
time activity. © Nov. 12, 1942; KK 17901. 

For distinguished service, communiques 
from the social front. © Oct. 8, 1942; KK 17900. 

For distinguished service to your country, 
buy U. S. war bonds, this year. © Jan. 14, 1943; 
KK 17903. 

For distinguished service to your country, 
buy U. S. war bonds, to win honours. © Sept. 10, 
1942; KK 17899. 

For distinguished service to your country, 
buy U. S. war bonds, when you command. © Dec. 
3, 1942; KK 17902. 

SchoU mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 1918, 1919 

Dr. SchoU 's height elevators. For arch supports 

to make you appear taller. © Apr, 1, 1942; KK 

17717. 

Dr. SchoU 's Onixol. For treatment for softening 

the toe-nail and calloused nail groove. © May 1, 

1942; KK 17693. 



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1920 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 1920, 1921 
For piston rings: 

On farm and battlefield, Sealed power piston 
rings are all out for victory. © Jan. 22, 1943; KK 
17888. 

Will he come back? © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 
17673. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 1922 

Fresh outlook, fresh up with 7 -up. For soft 
drink, © Mar. 4, 1943; KK 18081. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 

1923, 1924 

Letters written by hand, dictated by heart. For 
fountain pen. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 17989. 

Sheaffer's tools of war for writing! For writing 
equipment. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17758. 

Shedd products co., Detroit. 1925 

It's margarine and so flavor rich. Fo'. oleo- 
margarine. © Dec. 30, 1942; KK 17872. 

Sika, inc., Passaic, N. J. 1926 

Sika structural waterproofing compounds. For 
waterproofing compounds. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 
17700. 



Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 1927, 1928 

Opera star finds perfect double. For molded 

dress forms. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 17695. 

Please, Singer: I have a problem. For molded 

dress form and sewing notions. © Feb. 19, 1943; 

KK 18025. 

Singer sewing machine co.. New York. 1929 

Para vestir con la elegancia de una estrella del 
cine. For sewing machines. © Mar. 1, 1942; KK 
17696. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 1930, 1931 

For hearing aid: 

Employees of the York safe and lock co. © 
Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18033. 

In the past ten years. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 
17727. 

Squibb (E. R.) & sons, New York. 1932, 1933 

For pharmaceuticals products: 

What can a man believe in? © Jan. 6, 1943; 
KK 17855. 

What can a man believe in? © Feb. 3, 1943; 
KK 17856. 



Stensgaard (W. L.) & associates, inc., Chicago. 

1934 
Self -selection planning library. For planning 
library. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17979. 

Stoltz (W. F.) Silverton, Or. 1935 

Fairy -queen cosmetic lotion. For skin cleanser. 
© Sept. 11, 1942; KK 17824. 



Stromberg -Carlson telephone mfg. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 1936 

It's raining so hard, even the birds are walking, 

but men must fly. For radios, telephones, sound 

systems. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18099. 



Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 1937, 1938 

For cake: 

Tastykake, buy war bonds, billboard poster, 
91-A. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 17976. 

Tastykake, buy war bonds, poster 91. © Feb. 
22, 1943; KK 17978. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc., Chicago. 1939 

Service flyer. For service stationery & post 
cards. © July 27, 1942; KK 18094. 

Teuscher pulley & belting co., St. Louis. 1940 

Increase Te-co rubber belting sales with this 
handsome belt rack. For belt rack & belt lacing. 
© Jan. 19, 1943; KK 18022. 

Timken roller bearing co., Detroit. 1941 

Performance, Timken's middle name! For 
roller bearings. © Feb. 4, 1943; KK 17905. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 1942-1944 

For beer: 

I'd pop anytime for Altes beer. © Nov. 23, 
1942; KK 17801. 

I'd stop anytime for Altes beer. ® Dec. 28, 
1942; KK 17984. 

Pecks of pleasure in Altes beer. © Jan. 18, 
1943; KK 17985. 

Towne (Gene) New York. 1945 

Laff-'n-get rich. For game. © Dec. 17, 1942; 
KK 17875. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 1946-1949 

First aid for old walls and ceilings, P-16. For 
wood fibre plaster. © Nov. 15, 1942; KK 17678. 

How to have the home you want. For book and 
building materials. © June 11, 1941; KK 17769. 

Perf-a-tape corner fold. For reinforcing tape. 
© Jan. 26, 1942; KK 17775. 

Speed up war time building, WB-79. For wall 
board. © Dec. 16, 1942; KK 17679. 

Universal Geneva watch co.. New York. 1950 

Universal Geneve. For watches. © Feb. 15, 
1943; KK 18015. 

Valve pilot corp.. New York, 1951-1954 

Valve pilot tape talks, 33-36. For recording in- 
struments. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 17846-17849. 

Vick chemical co., New York. 1955-1957 

For pharmaceutical products: 

Attack that cough. © Jan. 25, 1943; KK 17659. 

Hitler blesses a cold. © Jan. 25, 1943; KK 
17660. 

New! Vicks inhaler. © Jan. 25, 1943; KK 
17658. 

Wasco oil silk products co. , New York. 1958 

Victory panty by Wasco. For baby panties. © 
Oct. 25, 1942; KK 17870. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 1959 

To be well and keep well. For tooth brushes. 
© Jan. 27, 1943; KK 18061. 

Weisfield & Goldberg, inc., Seattle. 1960 

Mizpah. For diamond ring. © Feb. 12, 1943; 
KK 17944. 



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no. 2, 1943 


1967 


Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 1961-1963 


Will & Baumer candle co., inc., Syracuse. 1965 


For men's neckwear: 


Burn a seven-day vigil light for your absent boy. 


First in quality, first in turnover. © Dec. 


For church candles. © Dec. 12, 1942; KK 17820. 


2, 1942; KK 17705. 




First in quality, first in turnover. © Dec. 
24, 1942; KK 17704. 

For valentine as always, Wembley ties. © 
Feb. 3, 1943; KK 17808. 


Winthrop chemical co., inc., New York. 1966 
Drisdol, for infants and children. For vitamin 
D preparation. © Jan. 12, 1943; KK 17926. 


Wickwire Spencer steel co., New York. 1964 


Woods (Henry C.) Chicago. 1967 


Spirit of '43. For springs. © Feb. 25, 1943; 


Musings of Uncle Hank. For coal. © Feb. 12, 


KK 18062. 


1943; KK 17963. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



686 



45 



LABELS 



Admlraclon laboratories, Harrison, N. J. 1968 

Admiracion oil shampoo treatment. For sham- 
poo. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 17924. 

American crayon co., Sandusky, O. 1969 

American, 1437. For paint set. © Jan. 1, 1943. 
KK 17960, 

American pop corn co., Sioux City, la. 1970 

Jolly Time. For pop corn. © Dec. 15, 1942; 
KK 17665. 

Annli^ (George Gordon) Newark, N. J. 1971 

Rust removing metal polish orStain-o-rust. For 
heavy duty cleaning powder. © Dec. 28, 1939; KK 
17710. 

Bias (Cyrus D.) Memphis, Tenn. 1972 

Fungi-sanHouseburn compound. For dry chemi- 
cal anti -fungicide, © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 17686, 

Bird & son, inc, EastWalpole, Mass, 1973 

Exquisite footwear. For shoe box label, © Feb, 
2, 1943; KK 17751. 

Bonaire co., Minneapolis. 1974 

Miniature war set. For toy, © Dec, 10, 1942; 
KK 17887. 

Brandt (Irving) & co,, Chicago, 1975 

At the front. For braces, © Feb. 20, 1943; KK 
17974. 

Buitoni products, inc.. New York, 1976 

Buitoni gluten pastina carton. For gluten pastina. 
© Nov, 25, 1942; KK 17946, 

Dice (Harold Erwin) d, b, a. General products mfg, 
CO, Canton, O, 1977 

Icequick, For icing for quick-icing of cakes. 

© July 15, 1939; KK 17871, 

Easi-bild pattern co,, PleasantvlUe, N, Y, 

1978-1980 

Briarcliff curved back lawn chair. For full 
size printed pattern of lawn chair, © Aug, 7, 1941; 
KK 18064, 

Modern 4 piece bookcase ensemble. For full 
size printed pattern, © Oct. 20, 1942; KK 18066, 

Taunton corner cupboard. For full size printed 
pattern of corner cupboard, © Sept. 18, 1942; KK 
18065, 



Electric corp, of America, Chicago, 1981, 1982 

For toy: 

Battleset naval task force, © Mar, 3, 1943; 
KK 18067, 

Battleset, surprise attack fleet. © Mar. 3, 
1943; KK 18079. 



Flag in every home committee, inc., New York, 

1983 
Americanize your home, live with the symbol of 
liberty. For flag. © July 20, 1942; KK 17718. 



Fleer (Frank H.) corp., Philadelphia. 1984-1986 
For chewing gum: 

Fleermint. © Jan. 22, 1943; KK 18065. 

Fleers candy coated gum. © Nov. 30, 1942; 
KK 18056. 

Fleers candy coated gum. © Dec. 18, 1942; 
KK 18054. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 1987-1989 

For cereal: 

Cheerioats, 1 oz, © Dec. 9, 1942; KK 17941, 
Kix. © Dec. 17, 1942; KK 17943. 
Wheaties, 1 oz. © Feb. 2, 1943; KK 17942. 

General products mfg. co. See Dice (Harold Edwin) 
d. b. a. General products mfg. co. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 1990 

General deflect -o -gauge. For air pressure 
gauge for tires. © Dec, 29, 1942; KK 17908, 

Gilbert (A, C.) co,. New Haven, 1991 

Gilbert cameo blocks. For a pre -school age 
piling toy, © Dec, 16, 1942; KK 17906, 

Haskins bros, & co,, Omaha, 1992 

Blue Barrel white soap wrapper. For soap, 
© Feb. 4, 1943; KK 17881. 

Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 1993-1996 

For shoe boxes: 

Daytimers by Gale, D-82AB. © Nov. 28, 
1942; KK 17807. 

De Luxe, D-84AB, © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 17805. 

Starlites, S-416AB. © Dec. 18, 1942; KK 
17806, 

They see the box first. © Dec, 23, 1942; KK 
17711, 

Kohnstamm (V. & E,) inc. New York. 1997 

Cloudy orange concentrate base, 1163, For 
flavoring extracts for soft drinks. © Aug. 2, 1941; 
KK 17925, 

Lehman co, of America, inc., Cannelton, Ind. 1998 
Babyguard, For high chairs, © Dec, 31, 1942; 
KK 17662, 

McDonald (Wm, P,) corp,. Lakeland, Fla. 1999 

McDonald, For canned citrus juices, © Feb. 
15, 1943; KK 18082, 

Magic Valley Groves, Alamo, Tex, 2000 

Magic Valley Groves, For citrus fruits and 
citrus juices, © Dec, 1, 1942; KK 18024, 

Map crafts co, , New York, 2001 

Map-craft. For relief maps. © Nov. 20, 1942; 
KK 17854. 

Meredith (Kenneth A,) Atlanta, 2002 

Distinctive Sportswear, For articles of sports- 
wear, © Jan, 4, 1943; KK 18037, 



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no. 2, 1943 



2026 



Midland milk products co., Hannibal, Mo. 2003 

Mialand Sun Kay butter. For butter. © Nov. 15, 
1942; KK 17756. 

Miller m^. co., Camden, N. J. 2004 

Wonder Seal. For compound for repairing cracks 
in metals. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 17687. 

Monks (A. G.) co., Boston. 2005 

Victory license place cards. For license place 
cards. © Oct, 1, 1942; KK 18053. 

Mono service co., Newark, N. J. 2006 

Ice cream. For paper food containers. © Jan. 
18, 1943; KK 18108. 

Omar, inc., Omaha. 2007 

Kanch House pancake flour. For pancake flour. 
© Oct. 1, 1942; KK 17748. 

Palumbo (Francisco) New York. 2008 

Sigari F. Palumbo. For Italian cigars. © Nov. 
29, 1942; KK 17669. 

Press -on, inc., New York. 2009 

press -on socks mender. For thermo-plastic 
tape. © Feb. 2, 1943; KK 17785. 

Procter it Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2010 

Kirk's original coco hardwater castile. For 
soap. © May 13, 1941; KK 17951. 

Pruden chemical co., Orlando, Fla. 2011 

Just a little Dash a chemical compoimd. For 
cleanser. © Feb. 20, 1943; KK 17928. 

Rickey-sal all in one mixer, New Orleans. 2012 
Rickey-sal all-in-one mixer. For non alcoholic 
liquid used in mixed drinks. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 
18080. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 2013, 2014 

Dr. SchoU's Onixol. For toe-nail and calloused 

nail groove softener. © July 1, 1942; KK 17694. 
Dr. SchoU's soft felt heel cushions. For heel 

cushions for shoes. © July 10, 1942; KK 17759. 

Service printers, Miami Beach, Fla. 2015 

U. S. army air forces. For stationery. © Jan. 
1, 1943; KK 18103. 

Simple Simon food. See Wright (Evan H.) d. b. a. 
Simple Simon food. 



Smith (Marvin E.) Chicago. 2016 

Kwik-seam leg striper. For leg striper. © Dec. 
7, 1942; KK 17701. 

Sperti, inc., Cincinnati. 2017, 2018 

Sperti electronic tube. For electronic tube. © 

Dec. 30, 1942; KK 17815. 

Sperti vacuum switch. For vacuum switch. © 

Dec. 30, 1942, KK 17814. 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 2019 

Chase & Sanborn. For coffee. © Aug. 15, 1942; 
KK 17885. 

Taylor engraving corp. , Dallas. 2020 

Private Doakes stationery. For stationery. 
© Nov. 15, 1942; KK 17992. 

Tennessee tissue mills, Nashville. 2021 

Tarbox. For paper towels. © Feb. 11, 1943; 
KK 17795. 



Tillson (R. H.) co. See Tillson (Royden Herbert) 
d. b. a. Tillson (R. H.) co. 

Tillson (Royden Herbert) d. b. a. Tillson (R. H.) 
CO., St. Louis. 2022 

Tilison's deep cleaning lotion. For skin cleans- 
ing lotion. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 17661. 

United distillers of America, ltd., Baltimore. 2023 
90.4 proof Viscount Club. For whiskey. © Mar. 
2, 1943; KK 18026. 



Wander co., Chicago. 2024 

Sweet chocolate flavored Ovaltine - service 
package. For a food beverage. © Oct. 5, 1942; 
KK 17988. 

Wilkins Oohn H.) co., Washington. 2025 

Cere-o-lay, a breakfast beverage. For product 
for use in making cereal beverage and for mixing 
with roasted coffee. © Jan. 8, 1943; KK 17842. 

Wright (Evan H.) d. b. a. Simple Simon food, De- 
troit. 2026 
Simple Simon victory dinner, uncooked. For 

prepared spaghetti and cheese dinner. © Dec. 22, 

1942; KK 17762. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 124 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHOEITY OF THE ACTS OP CONGBESS OF MABGH 3, 1891 
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PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

I 

Including 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 3 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
Issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a stibalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this Identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: 'G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K,' Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"® 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual Index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which mvst be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
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including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
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remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are the 
same. 



American locomotive co. 
Teague (Walter Dorwin) : 

Alco. © 1 c. Mar, 10, 1943; G 41576. 



2027 



Americana designs. 2028-2031 

Brandfield (Kitty): 

Flower girl, 1, 2. - Pierette. - Pierrot. © 
Feb. 23, 1943; G 41578-41581. 

Anderson (Sonia D.)* 2032-2034 

Bow knots. - Regency. - Rosettes. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 23, 1943; G 41611-41613. 

Art creations studios. 2035-2038 

Bello (Harold): 

In the air corps. - In the army. - In the 
marines. - In the navy. © 1 c. each Mar. 2, 1943; 
G 41597-41600. 

Bohland (Gustav)** 2039 

War memorial, © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1943; G 41572. 

Bush (Gladys Lewis)'* 2040 

Twain (Mar^ © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1943; G 41646. 

Butler (Louis Ainsworth) 2041, 2042 

Bauer (Louise): 

Love bird. - Love bird, wing to left. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 6, 1943; G 41559, 41568. 

Campos (Florencio Molina)* 2043-2046 

Freedom. - I hope the worst will soon be over. 

- Late for dinner. © 1 c. each Mar. 19, 1943; G 
41591-41593. 

Quarrel. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1943; G 41565. 

Cook (Herbert)* 2047 

Peace. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1943; G 41583. 

Dabelstein (William Fredericl^* 2048-2053 

Canyon lake. - Cooling shadows over the de- 
sert. - Desert in bloom. - Our Golden Gate, San 
Francisco. - Picket Post, Arizona. - Springtime on 
the desert. © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1943; G 41640- 
41645. 

Darnall (Cora A.)* 2054 

Marble bridge with banisters and sidings. © 1 
c. Mar. 6, 1943; G 41563. 

Dyer (Ann)* 2055-2064 

Chinese boy, 300C-M. -Chinese girl, 300C-F. 

- Dutch boy, 300D-M. - Dutch girl, 300D-F. - 
English boy, 300E-M. - English girl, 300E-F. - 
French boy, 300F-M. - French girl, 300F-F. - 
Russian boy, 300R-M. - Russian girl, 300R-F. © 
Jan. 25, 1943; G 41601-41610. 



FamigUetti (Nicholas)* 2065 

Three nuts. © 1 c. Mar. 29, U43; G 41639. 



Faron (Clifton A.)* 2066 

In the service. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1943; G 41655. 

Fenn (Raymond)* 2067 

Arm band insignia. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1943; G 
41594. 

Folmer graflex corp. 2068-2071 

Grover (Frederic S.): 

Absentee thermometer. - Iron cross of 
dishonor. © 1 c. each Feb. 17, 1943; G 41566, 
41567. 

Attendance honor award — this department 
is on the job plugging for victory. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1943; G 41555. 

E honor plaque — we are working for our 
stars. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1943; G 41556. 

Foreign mission sisters of St. Dominic, inc., known 
as The Maryknoll sisters. 2072-2078 

Pierre (Marie): 

Angel, 1-5. - Blessed Mother. - Infant 

Christ. © Dec. 17, 1942; G 41648-41654. 

Freeport chemical corp. 2079 

Dye (Herbert D.): 

Marvel -glove, protects all hands. © 1 c. Mar. 
29, 1943; G 41656. 

Futterer (Bernie A.) 2080-2082 

Mader (Nona Conine) Brownie ABC book: 
Back of cover. - Cover, - Flyleaf. © 1 c. 
each Nov. 7, 1941; G 41614-41616. 

Gasco products co. 2083 

Schmidt (George A.) : 

WAAC bust. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1943; G 41634. 

General consumer products. 2084 

Bray (Laura): 

Honor to whom honor is due. © Jan. 28, 1943; 
G 41557. 

Gilbert (Howard E.)* 2085 

Insulate and keep 'em fryii^. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1943; G 41647. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 2086 

Hintermeister (Hy, [i, e, J, H,]): 

How am I doing gramp? © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1943; 
G 41554, 

Holeproof hosiery co, 2087, 2088 

Enabnit (Merlin): 

Holeproof girl, pose 7, 8, © 1 c. each Mar. 
5, 1943; G 41635, 41636. 

House of pastels. 2089, 2090 

Rose (Charles Arthur): 

Ballet in blue, - Rhapsody in blue, © Feb. 
22, 1943; G 41552, 41553. 



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2091 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Ingerle (Rudolph F.)* 2091 

Kiki. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1943; G 41595. 

Jenkins (June Yates)* 2092 

Remember vearl Harbor. © Mar. 11, 1943; G 
41585. 

Leon (Rafael)* 2093 

What's my name? Children's puzzle. © 1 c. 
Mar. 17, 1943; G 41586. 

Melillo (Joseph)* 2094-2096 

Army. - Aviation. [Air corps] - Navy. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 6, 1943; G 41560-41562. 

Mentink (Hugo A.)* 2097 

V for victory, liberty, democracy, 1943. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1943; G 41637. 

Mercier (Jacques)* 2098 

Sealed lips. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1943; G 41551. 

Muffitt (Thomas H.)* 2099 

V, with star between arms of V, and colors red, 
white and blue on different portions thereof. © Dec. 
14, 1942; G 41584. 

Murray (Fran) inc. 2100 

Cavalier (Helen): 

i>eke says. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1943; G 41558. 



National Catholic magazine agency. 
Drummy (Clair C): 

Crucifix. © Feb. 2, 1943; G 41577 



2101 



2102 



Osborne co. 

DeMaris (Walter): 

Coaching scene, 4842. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1943; 
G 41571. 

Rabourn Oewel William)* 2103 

U for unity. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1943; G 41587. 

Ruotolo (Onorio)* 2104-2106 

Beethoven. - Ross (Betsy) © 1 c. each Mar. 

10, 1943; G 41569, 41570. 

Lourdes of America. © Jan. 12, 1943; G 41575. 



Ryder (Ernest N.) 2107 

Ferris (J. L. Gerome): 

American Cincinnatus,1783. © July 23, 1919; 
G 41631. 

St. Paul statuary co., inc.,* 2108 

Our Lady of Perpetual Help. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1943; 
G 41564. 

Schettler (Amanda)* 2109 

Duke. © Mar. 1, 1943; G 41573. 

Short (Joseph Edward) 2110 

Schmitt (Paul A.): 

Standard. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1943; G 41632. 

Spormann (Karl)* 2111 

These men gave us freedom and independence 
which we hold so dear, and we defend with all our 
mighty power. [Freedom, liberty and power] © 1 
c. Mar. 15, 1943; G 41633. 

Stehli bros. 2112-2114 

Werner (H.): 

Fieldflowers. - Geranium. - Springblossoms. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 20, 1943; G 41548-41550. 



Stephens (Samuel)* 

Sunset. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1943; G 41574. 



2115 



2116 



Vermont marble co. 
Whitehouse (Louis A.): 

War memorial, D8-0154. © Mar. 16, 1943; 
G 41596. 

Webb ( Mrs. C. H.)* 2117 

Good luck defense mascot. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1943; G 41638. 

Winston (Lurie Dean)* 2118-2120 

Let's bring new glory to Old Glory. - Old Glory 
will wave forever. - V . . . —for victory. © 1 
c. each Jan. 30, 1943; G 41588-41590. 

Women in nutrition, inc. 2121 

Hooper (Frances): 

WIN, women in nutrition. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1943; 
G 41582. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



354 



50 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Abbott (Thomas G.) 2122 

Washington's last Interview witu nis mother. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1943; J 35227. 

Amarillo times pub. co., inc. 2123 

Lewis (Fulton) jr. and three others in Hagy 
ranch nome, 4-6838-1. ® Mar. 8, 1943; J 35204. 

American bank note co. 2124-2135 

Arengando al pueblo — Banco central de re- 
serva de El Salvador] 73473-A. © Oct. 5, 1942; K 
52730. 

Bank of Mexico, special V-83593. © Oct. 27, 
1942; K 52720. 

Bank Polski, special V-83b09. © Nov. 3, 1942; 
K 52731. 

V-83658. © Nov. 25, 1942; K 52725. 

V-83662. © Dec. 3, 1942; K 52729. 

[Bank PolsklJ 8365& © Nov. 27, 1942; K 52728. 

Center — Basic refractories, inc., special V- 
83671. © Dec. 10, 1942; K 52726. 

Law, V-83702. © Dec. 31, 1942; K 52727. 

Monumento Independencia — [Banco central de 
reservade El Salvador] A-73498. © Nov. 17, 1942; 
K 52724. 

Non-listable steel, V-83287. © Mar. 2, 1942; 
K 52722. 

V- 83504. © Aug. 31, 1942; K 52721. 

Northern natural gas co., combination special 
/-82777. © Dec. 15, 1941; K 52723. 

American defense society, inc. 2136 

I speak. © Mar. 12, 1943; K 52616. 



Anderson (Byron M.) 

Illuminating gun sight 
32280. 

Andrews ptg. co. 

TVA area wins its wings. 
52662. 



2137 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; I 

2138 
Mar. 11, 1943; K 



Arenz (John A.) 2139-2144 

Arenz recessed screw head. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1943; I 32293. 

Arenz-single point double thread screw socket, 
thread per inch. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1943; I 32265. 

Arenz speed galvanized, Arenz drive barbed 
double tnread galvanized, double thread expansion 
bolt. - Hardened double thread drive screws. © 1 
c. each Feb. 20, 1943; I 32239, 32240. 

Double- tnread Arenz expansion bolt, lag screw 
expansion shields. - Double thread single point 
double cutter. © 1 c. each Mar. 15, 1943; I 32267, 
32268. 
Baker (Bben H.) 2145 

Stave asseinbly of commando bow, commando 
arrow, the silent executioner. © Ic. Mar. 12, 1943^ 
I 32264. 

Bethlehem fabricators, inc. 2146 

Hatch shifting beams. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1943; I 
32256. 



Bonelli (Daniel Leonard) 

Constellation finder, pts. 
Mar. 8, 1943; I 32248, 32249. 



2, 3. 



2147, 2148 
1 c. each 



Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory-builders 
div. 2149, 2150 

Do you know him? He's the on- today-off- to- 
morrow man. - Your work is vital to victory I © 
Feb. 26, 1943; K 52751, 52752. 



Britton (John Guy) 

Look out — he's mad. 



2151 
Mar. 12,1943; K 52732. 



Brown Oohn W.) 
6 2 1 stationery. 



Mar. 5, 1943; K 52615. 



2152 



Brown & Bigelow. 2153-2174 

Christmas splendor; by John KabeL - Dawn 
flight; by Adrian Allen. - Eagle of the sun, to thee 
'tis given to guard the banner of the free. [Eagle 
and the American Flagj; by Stow Wengenroth. - 
Eventide; by Maxfield Parrish. - Hills of home; 
by Hobart Nichols. - Of course, there'll be a Santa 
Claus, can't let the kiddies down. [Monkey Santa 
Claus dropping fruit down chimney]; by Lawson 
Wood. - Winter pastures; by Carl Lawless. - 
Winter's patterns; by Carl Lawless. © Jan. 15, 1943; 
K 52602-52609. 

Hey, watch that pressure, 23492; by Lawson 
Wood. - Make it a date, choose, 23068; by Rolf 
Armstrong. © Jan. 26, 1943; K 52617, 52618. 
Mozert (Zoe): 

Blackout precautions. - Chute the works. - 
First line of defense. - Flank attack. - Hit the 
deck. - Incendiary blonde. - Naval maneuvers. - 
Observation post - Pursuit type. - Reducing 
waist - Run on sugar. - Tokio or bust © Mar. 
1, 1943; K 52663-52674. 

Brown Instrument co. 2175 

Brown instrument co. [chart] 12707. © Nov. 3, 
1942; I 32272. 



Carlyle (Harvey C.) 

Combination table. 
32283. 



2176 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; I 



Carnegie-Illinois steel Corp. 2177 

Manpower for victory. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1943: J 
35180. 



Charis corp. 

Charis leads the way I 
35179. 



2178 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1943; J 



Coca- cola co. 2179-2183 

Electricity. - Future for electrical power. - 
Production of electrical power. - Transmission 
of electrical power. - Uses of electrical power. 
© Feb. 3, 1943; K 52744-52748. 



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2184 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Cosmo-SUeo co. 2184 

Painful fun. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1943; J 35209. 

Cree (Marion Samuel) 2185 

Cree multiple coted-rod electric welding. © 1 
c. Mar. 2, 1943; I 32252. 

Davis (Trevor M.) 2186 

Sunrise on Denali. © Feb. 20, 1943; ] 35196. 

DeBoix (Ernest R.) 2187 

Semi-submarine. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1943; I 32262. 

Deming (Fred Frederick) 2188, 2189 

Compression-type compound-curved bow spring 

weatherstrip combined with T-slot in frame. © 1 

c. Mar. 5, 1943; I 32247. 

Denti-i-set. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1943; I 32297. 

Denoyer-Geppert co. 2190-2205 

Achievements under democracy, Dll. - Agen- 
cies of justice and law, D5. - Bill of rights, D4. - 
Education in our democracy, D15. - Financing our 
working democracy, D9. - Great decision: What 
kind of government? D3. - Growth of democracy 
in America, D2. - Leadership: Our executives, D6. 
- Our democracy's place in the world, D16. - Our 
heritage of freedom, Dl. - Our obligations to our 
country, D12. - Our opportunities, D13. - People's 
choice, D7. - Rise of the common man, D8. - 
Social and economic democracy, D14. - Some 
services of our government, DIO. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
K 52698-52713. 

Denson (^. Deale) 2206 

Meister Brau. © Mar. 10, 1943; H 2549. 

DeVinney (Clyde J.) 2207 

Spray-all tractor attachment. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1943; I 32279. 



Dolan (Thomas A.) 
Foot massager. 



2208 
1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; I 32276. 



Dow (Louis F.) CO. 2209-2227 

All for one; by Charlotte Becker. - Bird's eye 
view; by Gillette Elvgren. - Double trouble; by Art 
Frahm. - Forever yours; by Pearl Frush. - 
Guardians of freedom; by R. Skemp. - Happy land- 
ing; by Billy DeVorss. - Heading for the roundup; 
by R. Farrington Elwell. - High sign; by GUlette 
Elvgren. - Hold 'er gramp; by Hy. Hintermeister. 

- Liberty Belle; by Billy DeVorss. - Old home- 
stead; by George W. Drew. - Onward Christian 
soldiers; by Gene Erbit. - l>leasing discovery; by 
Gillette Elvgren. - Saboteurs; by E. B. Quigley. - 
Sentinels of peace; by Oliver Glen Barrett. - Sue; 
by BUly DeVorss. - Thoroughbreds; by G. Muss- 
Arnolt. - Thrilling moment; by Anton Otto Fischer. 

- Treasured moments; by J. Erbit. © Uec. 31, 1942; 
K 52637-52655. 

Draucker (Garfield Arthur) 2228 

No house draft stove. © 1 c. Mar, 17, 1943; I 
32288. 

Edmai book sales. 2229 

Dear milkman. © Mar. 8, 1943; K 52619. 

Ever Ready label corp. 2230 

War emergency procedure 1 © Mar. 16, 1943; 
K 52742. 



FeUd (James W.) 2231 

Pipe flow chart for gas. © Mar. 16, 1943; I 
32290. 

Firestone tire & rubber co. 2232 

Producing extra tire service. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1943; J 35178. 

Foxboro CO. 2233, 2234 

[Foxboro altitude gauge chart] 898651. © Feb. 

10, 1943; I 32300. 

[Foxboro thermometer or pressure gauge chart] 

898650. © Feb. 10, 1943; I 32299. 

Garin (Clarence Earl) 2235 

Justice and liberty. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1943; J 35166. 

Gearin (Dennis J.) 2236-2238 

Blow by blow we'll beat the Axis. - Blow your 

nose in the Fuehrer's face. - Strike an all out 

blow at the Axis. © Mar. 10, 1943; K 52656-52658. 

General electric co. 2239-2252 

Back up our merchant seamen with more G-E 
production. - He's your boyt Back him up with 
more G-E production. © Mar. 4, 1943; K 52660, 
52661. 

Electricity, power for making farm machines, 
power for increasing farm production. - Electricity 
provides vital power for our capital ships, whether 
for convoy or combat. - Electricity speeds the re- 
building and the working of a historic mine in the 
Adirondacks. - From the television studio electronic 
tubes send both sound and picture to our homes. - 
G-E fluorescent lighting brings 24 hours of daylight 
to war industry plants. - High in the California 
Sierras, tungsten and molybdenum are mined with 
electric power. - Reduction gears for navy and 
cargo ship propulsion, part of G-E's war produc- 
tion. - Speeding to Boston the all-weather way, 
back of a 4000-HP Diesel-electric locomotive. - 
Submarines rely on electricity for undersea pro- 
pulsion and essential operating power. - Tankers 
equipped with G-E turbine-electric propulsion are 
speeding victory. - Through arc welding, electricity 
is finding many important ways to speed war work. 
- X-Ray, one of the earliest electronic tools, now 
reveals hidden flaws in giant castings. © Nov. 9, 
1942; K 52686-52697. 

General mills, inc. 2253 

Hay creep. © Dec. 16, 1942; I 32302. 

General motors corp. Chevrolet motor div. 2254 
Victory service league [calendar] © Dec. 21, 
1942; K 52753. 



Fisher body div. 2255-2260 

Have you tried to get service lately? © Mar. 25, 
1943; K 52794. 

Stay on the right side with Uncle Sam. © Feb. 
20, 1943; K 52620. 

There's not enough service to go around. © Mar. 
6, 1943; K 53659. 

We're behind you, soldier. © Jan. 29, 1943; K 
52798. 

With firmness in the right —Abraham Lincoln. 
[Abraham Lincoln quotation] © Jan. 30, 1943; K 
52799. 

Your production is our protection. © Jan. 14, 
1943; K 52797. 



52 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 3, 1943 



2335 



Frigidaire div. 2261 

V... — mail, Corp. Wm. Brown. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1943; J 35225. 

Goes (A.) 2262 

[Certificate blank] HU. © Mar. 15, 1943; K 
52743. 

Graham (Louis Paul) 2263, 2264 

Sultans. - Sumatras. © 1 c. each Mar. 8, 1943; 
I 32250, 32251. 

Grothaus (Gerard George) 2265 

Gold star guide, palm means victory. © Mar. 
3, 1943; J 35211. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc. 2266 

Wise old owl lived in an oak; by Vernon Grant. 
© Jan. 20, 1943; K 52614. 

Harbour (George Odell) 2267 

Gate valve power resurfacing tool. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1943; I 32244. 

Henderson (David G. R.) 2268 

Harrisburg, Penna., state capitcl dome, illu- 
minated. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1943; J 35181, 

House o( art. 2269 

Old friends. © Feb. 4, 1943; K 52784. 

Hoy (Otis L.) 2270 

Maindiner, Cheyenne, Wyo. © Nov. 15, 1942; K 
52795. 

Hunter (Ross) 2271 

Equa-temper music teaching chart. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1943; I 32273. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 2272-2298 

Semaphore, SN-1693fo, SN-1693fq, SN-1693fs, 
SN-1693fu, SN-1693fw, SN-1693fz7 SN-1693gb, 
SN-1693gd, SN-1693ge, SN-1693gf, SN-1693gg, 
SN-1693gj, SN-1693gt, SN-1693hg, SN-1693hq. 
© Feb. 10, 1943; J 35182-35195, 35221. 

SN-1693hr, SN-1693hs, SN-1693ht, SN- 

1693ie, SN-1693io, SN-1693iq,SN-1693jc. © Mar. 3, 
1943; J 35216-35218, 35220, 35222-35224. 

SN-1693jm, SN-1693in, SN-1693jo, SN-1693- 

jp, SN-1693ka. © Mar. 10, 1943; J 35212-35215, 
35219. 

Jims (Joseph) 2299, 2300 

Harnessing the power motor. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1943; I 32287. 

Noiseless propeller. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; I 

32286. 

Joyce (John) 2301 

Electric plug and socket. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; 
I 32278. 

Kather (Alfred C.) 2302 

Hydro-plane. © Feb. 12, 1943; I 32258. 

Kelly-Read & co., inc. 2303-2310 

ThinkAmerican: 

172. Keep working to keep him winning. - 
173. This ruined Europe. - 176. 1 1/2 tons of 
supplies must go to every fighting man overseas 
every month. © Jan. 3, 1943; K 52734-52736. 

177. That she may never know the horrors 
of dictatorship. © Jan. 7, 1943; K 52737. 



179. Democracy the right to run our own 
lives. © Jan. 5, 1943; K 52738. 

180. Which means more to you? © Feb. 16, 
1943; K 52739. 

182. Great Americans don't take time off 
when our country needs so much, so soon. © Mar. 
1, 1943; K 52740. 

184. U. S. bombers blast Jap base. © Mar. 
3, 1943; K 52741. 

King (Charles Albert) 2311 

Universal measuring & spacing scale. © Mar. 
15, 1943; I 32269. 

King features syndicate, inc. 2312-2317 

Cecile and Yvonne at blackboard, Y-43. - Emelie, 

studies done, reads story, Y-40. - Marie works on 

arithmetic, Y-41. - Yvonne studies her lesson, 

Y-39. © Mar. 7, 1943; J 35200-35203. 

Final winter in Quints nursery, M-36. - Marie 

cuts a curve, Y-28. © Mar. 14, 1943; J 35205, 

35206. 

Knoble (Cliff) 2318 

Lord's (The) prayer. © Oct. 15, 1942, K 52749. 

Kohloff (Paul) 2319 

Tip-back. © Mar. 15, 1943; K 52716. 

Lugibill (E. E.) 2320 

Victory pail. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; I 32284. 

McCann (Celia) 2321 

Gremlins. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1943; I 32246. 

Mahan (James Steel) 2322 

Concealed knob and tube wirii^ and open cleat 
wiring. © Mar. 9, 1943; I 32261. 

Manning, Maxwell & Moore, inc. 2323 

[Recorder] chart, 9132. © Mar. 12, 1943; I 32266. 

Mead Johnson & co. 2324 

Babies supervised by physicians are better 
babies, 53. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1943; K 52796. 

Monahan (Eugene Philip) 2325 

Vision is vital to victory. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1943; 
K 52785. 

Netschert (William Vincent Bernard) 2326 

Typical graphic analysis of unemployment com- 
pensation law benefit structure with restrictive 
bias. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1943; I 32245. 

Neumann (Cecilia Johanna) 2327 

Mechanical method of correctly spacing flower 
and vegetable seeds for planting, also method of 
merchandising flower and vegjetable seeds. © Mar. 
19, 1943; I 32294. 

Norcross. 2328-2335 

Double share of love mother, 25MD7. - Double 
share of love mother on your own day, 35MD15. - 
Double wish for Mother'^ day, for the days ahead, 
10MD92. - Lots of love on Mother's day, 10MD61. 
- Note for you on Mother's day, 15MD98. - To my 
dear husband in the service, 15FD120. - With our 
love mother for you on Mother's day, 15MD198. © 
Mar. 17, 1943; K 52787-52793. 

P-ss-tl It's your secret pal wishin' you a happy 
birthday, 10B627. © Feb. 19, 1943; K 52786. 



523939 0-43-2 



53 



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2336 



pt. 4, n. s. , V. 38 



O'Keefe (Robert E.) 2336 

O'Keefe's diamond device. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942; 
I 32292. 

Osborne co. 2337-2339 

Goodness of green pastures. © Feb. 10, 1943; 

K 52621. 

New Hampshire covered bridge. - Pass the 

ammunition. © 1 c, each Mar. 10, 1943; J 35198, 

35199. 

Parla (Diego John) 2340 

Forward America! © Feb, 25, 1943; K 52750, 

Patten (Merwin G.) 2341 

Rude bridge that arched the flood. © Nov, 23, 
1942; K 52613. 

Pearson (Herbert B.) 2342 

Record rack and improvements. © 1 c. Mar. 
17, 1943; I 32285. 

Post photo shop. 2343-2348 

Chaffee ( Camp ) Ark.: 

Barracks, 3. - Chapel, 2. - Field house, 1, 
- Main gate, 6, - Post headquarters, 5, - Wings 
over the service club, 4, © Mar, 12, 1943; K 
52675-52680. 

Pullman co, 2349-2353 

And it cost absolutely nothing, 8, © Mar, 2, 
1942; K 52684, 

Ideas make winners. © Feb. 24, 1943; K 52681. 

If you were boss how would you do it? 5, © 
Feb, 9, 1943; K 52682. 

My man won 100 dollars with his suggestion, 7. 
© Feb, 23, 1943; K 52683. 

Your flag, 9. © Mar. 9, 1943; K 52685, 

Republic flow meters co, 2354-2356 

[Recording instrument chart] 60-125, © Mar. 

12, 1943; I 32301, 

Time-set chart. [Recording instrument chart] 

14-70140, 14-82050. © Mar. 8, 1943; I 32259, 

32260. 

Ridden bros. 2357 

Victory wool-winder, © 1 c, Feb, 17, 1943; J 
35197. 

Rigaumont (Victor Albert) 2358 

Motion picture theatre proposed to be erected 

at Greenville, Pennsylvania. Comm. 9-42. © Mar. 
9, 1943; I 32263. 

Robertson (Cecil C.) 2359 

New type refrigerator door. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1943; I 32277. 

Rushing (Herschel Lee) 2360 

Improved standard interchangeable hive frame. 
© Feb. 26, 1943; I 32257. 

Salvation army, inc. 2361-2363 

Sallman (Warner E.): 

Soldier's prayer. - Triumphant Christ. - 
Unseen Easter guest. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1943; K 
52717-52719. 

Samuels (Henry H.) 2364 

Dentist's casting machine. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; 
I 32275. 

Schirmer (G.) inc. 2365 

Winged victory. © Sept. 15, 1942; K 52595. 



Schlaepfer (J. Jacques) 2366 

Work sheet and procedure in connection with 
filling out OPA form R-1307 office of price ad- 
ministration, © Jan. 29, 1943; I 32243, 

Schmidgall (John R.) 2367 

Taxco, Mexico, church. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1943; 
J 35226. 

Security insurance co. 2368 

Security insurance company of New Haven, 
Connecticut, security, the nation's watchword. © 
Feb. 20, 1943; K 52635. 

Seven-up co. 2369, 2370 

Her America must stay free, © Mar, 1, 1943; 

K 52715, 

Same, © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1943; K 52714, 

Sorensen (Alfred O,) 2371 

Universal side view mirror, © 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1943; I 32282, 

Steckmest & McDougall, inc, 2372 

Oregon liberty ships; by Ralph Vincent. © Nov, 
27, 1942; K 52612. 

Stein (Fred) 2373 

Peeping at the New year, sure, this one looks 
better, © Dec, 28, 1942; J 35208. 

Steinbraker (Joseph Alvin) 2374-2378 

Application of globe flyer top principle to other 
tops. - Combination dial indicator and outside- 
inside micrometer measuring instrument and work 
set-up indicator. - Globe flyer top. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 8, 1943; I 32253-32255. 

Hardened point insert for ruler used for setting 
compass. - Spherical work button. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 19, 1943; I 32295, 32296. 

Stencel (Robert W.) • 2379 

Combination carpenters' and plumbers' portable 
vice and clamp. © 1 c. Mar, 17, 1943; I 3227^'. 

Talcott (James Montgomery) 2380 

S 'funny how he grows on you, © Feb. 17, 1943; 
K 52636, 

Taylor (Harvey G,) 2381 

Taylor joint, © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; I 32289. 

Taylor instrument cos. 2382, 2383 

Taylor chart, OP143, OP1905. © Jan. 15, 1943; 
I 32270, 32271. 

Timson (Robert Duncan) 2384 

ZA-YB instrument landing chart for Link trainer. 
© 1 c. Mar, 17, 1943; I 32291, 

Trout (Austin D,) 2385 

Washing machine. © 1 c. Mar. 17,1943; I 32281. 

Walsh (Joseph Leonard) 2386 

[Diagram and instructions for small area navi- 
gational plotting sheet] © Jan. 26, 1943; I 32238. 

Wesco publications, 2387 

Courageous acorn, © Feb, 4, 1943; K 52634, 

Westlake (Frederic Eliot) 2388 

Mr. Pepys, the second. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1943; 
J 35210. 



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CLASSES H-K 



2391 



White (Walter £dward) 2389 

Fire at Plymouth, N. H., Jan. 5, 1943> 5 A. M. 
© ^n. 18, 1943; J 35207. 



Witte (Isadora 0.) 2390, 2391 

Plastic: 

Leg brace. - Telescope leg brace. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 4, 1943; I 32241, 32242. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entries) 22 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Including 261 one-copy entries) — 377 

Pnotographs (including 130 one-copy entries) 225 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 17 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy — 
entries) 703 

Total - --- __--- _ __„_..._ 1327 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, 111. 2392 

Wipe that grin off I Nembutal mailing piece. 
For pharmaceuticals. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18261. 

American steel & wire co. of New Jersey, Cleve- 
land. 2393 
AISI, SAE, N£ standard steels analysis chart. 

For steel. © Mar. 6, 1943; KK 18167. 

American tobacco co., New York. 2394 

Carnegie hall, advertising circular. For cig- 
arettes. © Feb, 12, 1943; KK 18008. 

American viscose corp., New York. 2395-2400 

For rayon yarns: 

And thus be it ever. © Feb. 3, 1943; KK 
18252. 

Brighter future for the cleaner. © Jan. 1, 
1943; KK 18248. 

Rayon reports, February, 1943. © Jan. 31, 
1943; KK 18207. 

Rayon target doubles for a MesserschmittI 
© Jan. 6, 1943; KK 18251. 

These birds have their eyes on us I © Feb. 
17, 1943; KK 18249. 

When our war birds lay their eggs rayon's 
there I © Jan. 20, 1943; KK 18250. 

Anti-hydro waterproofing co., Newark, N. J. 2401 
Anti -hydro hardens and waterproofs concrete. 
For waterproofing compound. © Feb. 23, 1943; KK 
18209. 

Apex design-display-cards, inc., New York. 2402 
Pre-designed cards. For show window and 
display cards. © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18039. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 2403-2405 
Diamond has lustre. For non-precious metal 

for partial dentures, © Jan. 12, 1943; KK 18387. 
Give your patients nature's own lingual. For 

artificial denture. © Feb. 8, 1943; KK 18386. 

Snow flake has natural design. For non-precious 

metal used in dentistry and surgery. © Mar. 8, 

1943; KK 18388. 

Bell aircraft corp,, Buffalo. 2406 

Pied Piper of the Pacific. For aircraft. © Mar. 
11, 1943; KK 18210. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 2407, 2408 

Checks. For dresses, suit, blouse, bag, hat, 

jacket, skirts, sweater. © Mar. 7, 1943; KK 18130. 
Looks like spring. For girls' & boys' coats, 

suits & hats, © Mar. 14, 1943; KK 48194. 

Binney & Smith co., New York. 2409, 2410 

Binney & Smith gold medal products. For mark- 
ing crayon. © Nov. 25, 1942; KK 18154. 

Round box, Artista water colors, no. 03. For 
water colors. © Jan, 29, 1943; KK 18155, 

Bonwit Teller, inc., New York. 2411 

You're his girl, too. For women's apparel. © 
Mar. 7, 1943; KK 18145. 



2412-2432 



Borden co., Dallas, New York, 
For cheese: 

Go away, the manager growled, I got troubles 
enough! © Mar, 1, 1943; KK 18306. 

Something wrong, boys? chuckled Elsie. © 
Dec. 5, 1942; KK 18307. 
For dairy products: 

It's nautical, giggled Elsie, but it's nice! © 
Dec. 24, 1942; KK 18304. 

Save real money on food with Borden's penny 
banquets. © Aug. 18, 1942; KK 18292. 

War makes a difference in our family too! 
© Dec. 23, 1942; KK 18297. 
For evaporated milk: 

Come on gals! Join Elsie's recipe roundup! 
© Oct. 18, 1942; KK 18291. 

Gotta hide my Borden's evaporated milk. © 
Dec. 4, 1942; KK 18293. 

You're not going to rattle me into giving you 
any of my Borden s evaporated milk. © Dec. 2, 1942; 
KK 18296. 

For fluid milk: 

Borden's approved homogenized vitamin D 
milk. © Nov. 23, 1942; KK 18295. 

Come in! Get your Borden's approved homo- 
genized vitamin D milk here! © Dec. 21, 1942; KK 
18298. 

I'm strong for the milk that's improved 4 
ways! © Oct. 15, 1942; KK 18288. 

Pack a lunch a man can work on! © Dec. 17, 
1942; KK 18290. 

Sold only in stores - Borden's approved homo- 
genized vitamin D milk. © Oct. 26, 1942; KK 18289. 
For vitamin & mineral fortified drink: 

Elmer, isn't it wondeMul how Hemo perks 
up growing children! © Nov. 15, 1942; KK 18303. 

Elmer's frisky as a two year old since he's 
been drinking Hemo! © Mar. 9, 1943; KK 18300. 

Folks! Here's Hemo - the new way to drink 
your vitamins and like 'em. © Oct. 15, 1942; KK 
18301. 

Just one glass of Hemo gives you. © Nov, 
30, 1942; KK 18294. 

Some like it hot, some like it cold. © Feb. 
15, 1943; KK 18302. 

Now you can pour nourishment into your batter ! 
For dry skim milk. © Oct. 29, 1942; KK 18308. 

Pack a lunch a man can work on! For fresh 
milk. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 18299. 

What — no butter? For fine dairy products. © 
Mar. 23, 1943; KK 18389. 



Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 2433 

U. S. war ration chart for victory. For choc- 
olate flavored drink. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18258. 



Boy scouts of America, New York. 2434 

Boy scout week, February 6-12 publicity mat- 
erial. For campaign stickers, posters, buttons, 
pins, etc. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 18136. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

2435-2437 



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For lemons: 

How to go after a cold, LA-3459. © Feb. 
19, 1943; KK 18171. 

When you take cold, LA-3460-A. © Feb. 28, 
1943; KK 18199. 

High- vitamin orange juice I LA-3403-A. For 
oranges. © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 18200. 

Carter coal co.. New Yorlc. 2438, 2439 

For Pocahontas coal: 

Eight singers from Six. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 
18045. 

Now he loads a gun instead of coal. © Feb. 
11, 1943; KK 18049. 

Clark novelty co.. South Bend, Ind. 2440 

Fire Fly switch finder. For luminous discs, 
switch finders. © Mar. 18, 1943; KK 18287. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 2441-2443 

For soft drink: 

I'm not switching grocers. Motor corps 
woman. © Feb. 28, 1943; KK 18202. 

My cap's off to the pause tliat refreshes. 
Coke tipping cap. © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18047. 

Pause that refreshes. Sailor and girl on dance 
floor. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18115. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 2444-2448 

For stiUs, posters, window cards, lobby dis- 
play cards, slides & mats: 

Fighting Buckaroo. © Jan. 18, 1943; KK 18181. 
Power of the press. © Jan. 18, 1943; KK 
18169. 

Riders of the Northwest mounted. © Feb. 1, 
1943; KK 18182. 

Reveille with Beverly. For motion picture. © 
Jan. 28, 1943; KK 18168. 

Something to shout about. For mats. © Feb. 15, 
1943; KK 18311. 

Continental steel Corp., Kokomo, Ind. 2449 

Beginning of better steel. For steel products. 
© Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18385. 

Coty, inc.. New York. 2450-2452 

For cosmetics: 

Coming events cast their shades before them. 
© Mar. 4, 1943; KK 18173. 

To the convention. © Feb. 20, 1943; KK 
18175. 

Toilet requisites 1942 award. For toilet goods. 
© Mar. 9, 1943; KK 18174. 

Cream of wheat corp., Minneapolis. 2453, 2454 

For wheat breakfast food: 

Cream of wheat foto quiz. © Nov. 11, 1942; 
KK 18128. 

Foto quiz. © Mar. 6, 1943; KK 18127. 

Cutler -Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 2455, 2456 

For electrical control: 

Here's how every factory can help win this 
warl © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 18393. 

Keep 'em clean to keep 'em worldng. © Mar. 
3, 1943; KK 18394. 

Dacar chemical products co. , Pittsburgh. 245 7-2459 
Boilerene. For a positive water and metal 

treatment for boUers. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18142. 
Dacar Z-odine. For treatment for green sand 

and aU types of zeolites. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 

18143. 



Dacarol. For fuel oil treatment product. © 
Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18141. 

Dailey mills, inc., Binghamton, N. Y. 2460 

Dailey's feeds for chicles and broilers. For 
chicken feeds. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 18185. 

Daprato statuary CO. , Chicago. 2461 

Daprato and defense. For church furnishings. 
© Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18157. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 2462 

Fluorescent portables for production, inspection 
and servicing operations, bulletin F-63. For 
fluorescent lighting fixtures. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 
18206. 

De Sanno (A.. P.) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 

2463 
To the skeptic who hasn't yet tried the Por-os- 
way wheel. For grinding wheels. ©Feb. 1, 1943; 
KK 18050. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 2464 

Knowing mimeograph, a good plus in wartime. 

For stencil duplicators and supplies. © Mar. 4, 
1943; KK 18204. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 2465 

Come meet the Masked Marvel. For fluid to 
clean the windows. © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 18231. 

Eagle pencil co. , New York. 2466 

Money-back guarantee. For lead pencils. © 
Feb. 23, 1943; KK 18255. 

Exhibit supply CO., Chicago. 2467 

Price list exhibit cards and supplies for penny 
arcades, case 1982. For cards and supplies for 
penny arcades. © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18247. 

Field (Marshall) & CO., Chicago. 2468 

Merry Thriften conquers her budget. For girls' 
clothing. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18166. 

Fischer & co., inc.. New York. 2469, 2470 

Fischer lingerie, now in rayon deluxe. For 
lingerie, rayon slip. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18043. 

Trousseau treasures. For lingerie, rayon night- 
gown. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 18044. 

Florists* telegraph delivery assn., Detroit. 2471 
How to be a wonderful guy. For flowers by tele- 
graph. © Feb. 3, 1943; KK 18238. 

Fraerlng brokerage co., inc., New Orleans. 2472 
Dubon - this is the tin with the vitamins in, this 
is the jar where the vitamins are. For canned pro- 
ducts, peanut butter. © Mar. 18, 1943; KK 18285. 

Fram Corp., East Providence, R. L 2473 

Volunteer motor conservation corps. For oil 
and motor cleaners. © Dec. 23, 1942; KK 18123. 

Frelhofer baking co., Philadelphia. 2474-2488 

For bread. Vim wardens: 

And furthermore I'll liave you know. © Nov. 
11, 1942; KK 17994. 

Beat it, Bub. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 17995. 

Guess I'm a poor hostess. © Dec. 2, 1942; KK 
18003. 

Haven't you got any Xnoas spirit. © Dec. 11, 
1942; KK 18006. 



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Hey! Call this a turkey? © Nov. 23, 1942; 
KK 17999. 

Ho-hum-nothln' ever happens. © Nov. 9, 
1942; KK 17993. 

I wish I could. © Dec. 7, 1942; KK 18004. 

I'm sorry, Lambie. © Nov. 13, 1942; KK 
17995. 

Let's go, sister. © Dec. 14, 1942; KK 18007. 

Oh-hon-ey, will you see. © Dec. 9, 1942; KK 
18005. 

Oh, why did I give up. © Nov. 27, 1942; KK 
18001. 

Psstl Have you heard. © Nov. 18, 1942; KK 
17997. 

Scat, catl © Nov. 30, 1942; KK 18002. 

Uh-ohl Newljnved in distressi © Nov. 20, 
1942; KK 17998. 

Uh-ohl The fateful dawn. © Nov. 25, 1942; 
KK 18000. 

G-P mfg. CO., Chicago. 2489 

All American automobile flag set. For auto- 
mobile flag set. © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18009. 

Gair (Milton M.) Redlands, Calif. 2490 

Gair's, we're mighty proud of the kind of people 
that come to our store. For wearing apparel and 
luggage. © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18040. 

Garrison-Wagner co., St. Louis. 2491 

Promotional sales materials for your February 
furniture sales. Catalog 162. For promotional 
sales material, price tags, pin tickets, labels, 
marking pens. © Dec. 30, 1942; KK 18208. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 2492-2494 
G-E engine -driven arc welder 200- ampere 

size. For arc welder. © Feb. 22, 1943; KK 18172. 
General electric production-labeled shielded 

arc-welding electrodes. For shielded arc-welding 

electrodes. © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 18241. 

Want to incTrease welding speeds 15 o/o? For 

welding machines. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 18042. 

General foods corp.. New York. 2495 

There's one in every family, where do you want 
this sofa. For bran flakes, cereal. © Mar. 16, 
1942; KK 18156. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 2496, 2497 

America knows Larro chick builder. For feed. 

© Jan. 29, 1943; KK 18120. 

Brighten holiday parties with Betty Crocker's 

Christmas candle cakes. For flour. © Dec. 1, 

1942; KK 18121. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 2498 

Your General tire dealer is a truck tire spe- 
cialist. For tires, recaps. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 
18048. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 

2499, 2500 

For whiskey: 

Cheer up bubbles, you'll soon be in the best 
of spirits! © Apr. 3, 1942; KK 18284. 

Cheerio! A manhattan's smooth as satin. © 
Mar. 5, 1942; KK 18283. 

Goldman-Sarlow co., Los Angeles. 2501 

HoUyvogue neckwear mail order salesman. For 
neckwear, mufflers & tie & handkerchief sets. © 
Feb. 3, 1943; KK 18133. 



Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 2502, 2503 

For cosmetics: 

If your skin roughs easily. © Feb. 25, 1943; 
KK 18124. 

These busy days. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 18400. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 2504-2506 

For Ale: 

I knew him all the time. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 
18163. 

Presenting Hanley's ale, 282. © Mar. 12, 
1943; KK 18253. 

Say Hanley's for ale, 227. © Feb. 8, 1943; 
KK 18140. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. 
Y. 2507 

Aunt Rennie Recommends. For rennet tablets. 
© Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18244. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 2508 
Combination unique in plastics. For chemicals. 
© Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18243. 

Hill>orn -Hamburger, inc., New York, 2509 

Viking officers caps, garrison caps and devices. 
For officers and garrison caps, garrison cap de- 
vices, © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18399. 

Hi-lo products. See Ownen (Edward M. B.) d. b. 
a, Hi-lo products. 

Hit parade, inc., New York. 2510-2513 

For sound records and music publications: 
Hit parade. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18122. 
Hit parade. © Mar. 8, 1943; KK 18148. 
Hit parade. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18149. 
Hit parade. For sound records & sheet music. 
© Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18246. 

Holmes & Edwards div. See International silver 
CO., Holmes & Edwards div. 

Hose-mender co., Chicago. 2514 

Amazing, simple invention, automatically re- 
knits hosiery just like new! For hose mender. © 
Feb. 28, 1943; KK 18164. 

Hove (Leland H.) d. b. a. Hove engineering co., 
Minneapolis. 2515 

Spark-o-liner, For distributor saver or device. 

© Feb. 15, 1943; KK 18186. 

Hove engineering co. See Hove (Leland H.) d. b. 
a. Hove engineering c6. 

Hustead (Albert Mason) Nacogdoches, Tex. 2516 
Free, 2000 war savings stamps, $200 in war 
savings stamps given away by local patriots. For 
wallpaper, Venetian blinds, furniture, lumber, paint, 
shoes, mattresses, etc. © Feb. 21, 1943; KK 18138. 

Hyde Park breweries assn,, inc, St. Louis. 

2517-2521 
For alcoholic beverage: 

Every sip says extra-aged. © Jan. 19, 1943; 
KK 18237, 

Extra-aging gets me new friends every day! 
© Feb, 10, 1943; KK 18236, 

Folks sure like my extra-aging! © Feb. 3, 
1943; KK 18234. 

For particular friends. © Jan. 26, 1943; KK 
18233. 



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2566 



Seems like they all go for my extra-aging 1 
© Feb. 18, 1943; KK 18235. 

Ice cream merchandising institute, inc., Washing- 
ton. 2522 
Correct dipping is simple. For ice cream. ® 

Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18263. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 

2523, 2524 
For tape: 

Army-navy scrapbook for the folks back 
home. <Q Feb. 12, 1943; KK 18135. 

Army-navy scrapbook for tne folks back 
home. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18146. 

International business machines corp., New York. 

2525 
Your electromatic typewriter is fignting equip- 
ment tool For typewriter. © Feb. 27, 1943; KK 
18242. 

International silver co., Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 2526-2533 

For sterling inlaid silver plate: 

Best bet for patterns. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 
18220 

Best bet for sales. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 
18219. 

Chin upl © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18218. 

Come V day. © Feb. 17, 1943; KK 18215. 

I'm finished shopping. © Feb. 17, 1943; KK 
18217. 

I'm waiting for the silverplate. Girl on coucn. 
© jan. 29, 1943; KK 18216. 

I'm waiting for the silverplate. Girl on stairs. 
© Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18214. 

Me, 27, married 5 years. © Feb. 19, 1943; 
KK 18221. 

Kops brothers, inc., New York. 2534 

Pretty in the boudoir. For foundation garments. 
© Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18257. 

Larus & bro. co., Ricnmond. 2535, 2536 

For cigarettes: 

Because they're better. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 
18398. 

Richer, smoother smoke. © May 8, 1942; KK 
18397. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

2537-2545 

For cosmetics: 

Buy the big sizes and save. © Feb. 11, 1943; 

KK 18051. ^ „^, 

Its famous creamy texture. © Feb. 26, 1943; 

Say, Uncle Sam, is it okay for me to buy toilet 
preparations? © Feb. 19, 1943; iCK 18212. 

Softness, brilliance, kisses when you wear 
Tussy Upstick. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18159. 

Tussy remember me. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 
18052. 

For deodorant cream: 

Try Etiquet, stops under-arm perspiration. 
© Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18401. 

Tussy 1/2 price sale. © Mar. 24, 1943; KK 
18403. 

Tussy Show-off. For leg lotion. © Mar. 19, 
1943; KK 18402. 

Whadda ya mean, you save pennies ? For tooth 
powder. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18114. 



Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 2546, 2547 
For alcoholic beverage. My beer is Rheingold - 
tiie dry beer: 

SaysGranUand Rice. © Feb. 8, 1943; KK 
18239. 

Says James Montgomery Flagg. © Feb. 27, 
1943; KK 18240. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 2548-2551 
For cigarettes: 

Come rain or shine. Telephone lineman. © 
Mar. 4, 1943; KK 18158. 

On the long voyage out American merchant 
marine. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18286. 

They meet every test Motor scene. © Mar. 
15, 1943; KK 18226. 

Watch our smoke. U. S. marine raiders. © 
Feb. 5, 1943; KK 18074. 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 2552 

Dura-gloss picks you up. For nail polish. © 
Feb. 1, 1943; KK 18256. 

Loudon packing co., Terre Haute, Ind. 2553 

All this garden goodness and flavor tool For 
vegetable juices. © Mar. 20, 1942; KK 18260. 

Luers (J. Milton) Mt Clemens, Mich. 2554 

Luers patented cutting off tool holders, patented 
cutting c^ blades. For cutting off blades and 
Adders. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 18225. 

McBee co., Athens, O. 2555, 2556 

McBee Keysort statistical reports. For record 

and statistical cards. © Aug. 29, 1942; KK 18309. 
McBee unit analysis for production control. For 

cost accounting forms. © Sept 1, 1942; iCK 18310. 

Marks (Samuel L) d. b. a. Simarks co., Chicago. 

2557 
Sales hignlights on Sima. For hair preparation. 
© Feb. 17, 1943; KK 18190. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 2558 
Circle and monogram. Feb., 1943. For dic- 
tionaries. © Feb. 9, 1943; KK 18129. 

Moog piston ring co., St Louis. 2559 

Free war bonds and stamps to help you keep cars 
and trucks rolling for victory. For piston rings. 
© Dec. 29, 1942; KK 18180. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 2560-2565 
Acidolate skin cleanser as an adjunct in the 
management of tne dermatoses. For detergent © 
Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18213. 
For vitamin D milk: 

Meal planner's guide to good nutrition. © 
Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18391. 

Quiz about a woman's biggest job, feeding 
her family. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18390. 

Remember, vitamin D milk. © Mar. '22, 
1943, KK 18392. 

Vitex views, 6. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18205. 
Quiz on a feed ingredient's job in wartime. For 
vitamin A and D oils. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18203. 

National premium pay envelope corp., New York. 

2566 
Macy's midwinter furniture show. For furniture. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 18176. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



New Jersey asbestos co., New York. 2567 

Packing recommendation selector & calculator 
slide rule. For semi-metallic packing. © Feb. 15, 
1943; KK 18150. 

North American fibre products co., Cleveland. 

2568-2570 
For rust eradicator, ever clean boiler process: 
Mogul service man. © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 
18192. 

Story of Mogul service. © Feb. 16, 1943; KK 
18191. 

What's so different about Mogul bonded service. 
For rust eradicator. © Feb. 16, 1943; KK 18262. 

Olson rug co., Chicago. 2571-2573 

For rugs: 

Save up to 1/2 and get lovely broadloom Ol- 
son rugs. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 18188. 

Save up to 1/1 and get lovely broadloom Ol- 
son rugs. © Feb. 22, 1943; KK 18187. 

Save up to 1/2 and get lovely broadloom Ol- 
son rugs. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18117. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind, 2574 

Speed and servicel For garage doors. © Mar. 
1, 1943; KK 18147. 

Ownen (Edward M. B.) d. b. a. Hi-lo products, St. 
Louis. 2575 

Chart showing the distribution of vitamins and 

minerals. For vitamin & mineral supplement. © 

Dec. 15, 1942; KK 18178. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 2576 

Pabst presents a Blue Ribbon to the American 
brewer on its diamond jubilee. For beer. © Jan. 
15, 1943; KK 18137. 

Paragon distributing corp.. New York. 2577 

Lipstick was once considered daring. For tint 
oil shampoo. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18259. 



Pfister associated growers, inc.. El Paso, 111. 



2578 



Genuine Pfister hybrids. For seed corn. © 
Feb. 15, 1943; KK 18183. 

Pharma craft corp., inc., Louisville. 2579 

Are you sure of your present deodorant? For 
deodorant. © Jan. 19, 1943; KK 18232. 

Phillips (Harry D.) d. b. a. Stirrup pump co.. New 
York. 2580, 2581 

For stirrup pump: 

Victory sUrrup pump. © Apr. 10, 1942; KK 
18119. 

Victory stirrup pump, exclusive features of 
the Victory stirrup pump. © Apr. 10, 1942; KK 
18118. 

Plfer (Albert D.) Lancaster, O. 2582 

Grow with Vitmus, the sweetheart of the soil. 
For plant food. © Mar. 24, 1942; KK 18179. 

Press-on, inc., New York. 2583, 2584 

Mend and defend. For thermo-plastlc mending 

tape. © Feb. 23, 1943; KK 18038. 

Mend clothes with a hot iron in 6 seconds, restyle 

without sewing. For mending tape. © Feb. 25, 

1943; KK 18201. 



Revlon- products corp.. New York. 



2585 



World's hardest-working salesman. For nail 
enamel and lipstick. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18312. 

Robinson (J. W.) co., Los Angeles. 2586 

Classic for California. For women's wear. © 
Feb. 26, 1943, KK 18313. 

Royal typewriter co.. New York. 2587, 2588 

For carbon paper & typewriter ribbons: 

And can you count up to 60? © Feb. 10, 1943; 
KK 18230. 

Retire at 20? © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 18229. 

San Hygene upholstery co., Akron, O. 2589 

2 firsts by San Hygene. For sofa beds and up- 
holstered furniture. © Mar. 4, 1943; KK 18184. 

Sanymetal products co., inc., Cleveland. 2590 

Sanymetal lockers. For pressed fibreboard 
lockers and toilet compartments. © Feb. 27, 1943; 
KK 18162. 

Sealed power Corp., Muskegon, Mich. 2591 

Rings of iron against Nazi and Jap. For pist(m 
rings. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18046. 

Seidel (Ad.) & son, Chicago. 2592 

Seidel's delicious soups. Recipe folder. For 
dehydrated soups. © Jan. 25, 1943; KK 18041. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 2593 

Fresh outlook. For soft drink. © Mar. 1, 1943; 
KK 18165. 

Shedd products co., Detroit. 2594 

Spread it thick. For food, oleomargarine. © Jan. 
21, 1943; KK 17977. 

Simarks co. See Marks (Samuel I.) d. b. a. Simarks 

CO. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 2595 

This past year of war. For hearing aid. © Mar. 
12, 1943; KK 18223. 

Stanco, inc., New York. 2596-2599 

For insect spray: 

Display sells 'em, the Flit keeps 'em sold. © 
Apr. 6, 1942; KK 18197. 

I wouldn't want moths to eat my clothes. © 
May 6, 1942; KK 18195. 

Skyrocket your Flit sales with these. © Apr. 
30, 1942;^ KK 18196. 

Good news! For you and your customers. For 
mineral oil. © Mar. 30, 1942; KK 18198. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 2600 

Men and women of Standard brands Peekskill 
manufacturing branch win the army -navy E. For 
B vitamins yeast tablets, tea, coffee, baking powder, 
gelatin and yeast. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 18132. 

Stensgaard (W. L.) & associates, inc., Chicago. 

2601 
Interwoven self -selection cabinet. For display 
cabinets. © Feb. 28, 1943; KK 18314. 

Sterling tool products co., Chicago. 2602 

Sterling 1000. For electric portable sander. © 
Feb. 4, 1943; KK 18153. 

Stirrup pump co. See Phillips (Harry D.) d. b. a. 
Stirrup pump co. 



60 



no. 3, 194S 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



2606 



Texas co., New York. 2603 

Texaco tractor check-up clock. For lubricants. 
© Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18228. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 2604 

Pulling for that aged-in, sealed-in flavor. For 
beer. © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18139. 



Turnbull (Frederick M.) Los Angeles. 2605 

Sulfa-plastic. For plastic surgical dressing med- 
icated with a sulfa drug. © Mar. 9, 1943; KK 18144. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 2606 

Valentine red. For neck ties. © Feb. 5, 1943; 
KK 18161. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 901 



61 



LABELS 



Blackman (M. R.)& CO., Philadelphia. 2607 

Blackman's America's finest. For sundae top- 
pings. © Oct. 29, 1942; KK 18193. 

Caracasius (Nicholas) d. b. a. Life candles, Boston. 

2608 
Life candies, assorted chocolates. For candy, 
chocolates, sweets, nuts, mints, fruit preserves. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 18160. 

Curtiss 0- S.) El Paso. 2609 

Stop that eternal fear. For rubber blasting cap 
protectors. © Feb. 18, 1943; KK 18134. 

Electric corp. of America, Chicago. 2610-2612 

For toy. Slidem solitaire puzzle: 

A Yank thru the lines. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 
18111. 

Bombing Tokyo. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18110. 

Tank attack. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18112. 

Freeport chemical corp., Boston. 2613 

Magic Glove protects all hands. For preparation 
to protect hands. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18245. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, M. Y. 

2614 
Junket rennet powder. For rennet custards. © 
Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18282. 

Hazilbert co. S££. Weschcke (Carl) d. b. a. Hazil- 
bert CO. 

Life candies. See Caracasius (Nicholas) d. b. a. 
Life candies. 

MacPherson (M. Bigelow) Boston. 2615 

Them Gremlins. For game. © Feb. 20, 1943; 
KK 18113. 

Marrus (Isaac I.) New York. 2616 

Mars brand best by test packt-an-sealed sani- 
tarily. For handkerchiefs and combs of every de- 
scription. © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 18126. 

Penick & Ford, ltd., inc., New York. 2617 

Vermont maid. For cane and maple syrup. © 
Feb. 8, 1943; KK 18125. 



PlanTabbs co. , Baltimore. 2618 

Fulton's PlanTabbs. For olant food tablets. © 
Feb. 10, 1943; KK 18189. 

Reif's laboratories, Brooklyn. 2619 

Daintyforms. For medicated vaginal supposi- 
tory. © Mar. 8, 1943; KK 18222. 

Royal Esquire distributors, Newark, N. J. 2620 
Royal Esquire - time to shine. For shoe shine 
kit. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18224. 

Scholl mfg. CO. , inc. , Chicago. 2621 

Dr. SchoU's Flexo bandage. For elastic, all 
cotton, no rubber bandage. © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 
18227. 

Society of the Sacred Seven, Chicago. 2622 

Sacred Seven brand. For candles. © Feb. 15, 
1943; KK 18116. 

Standard brands. Inc., New York. 2623 

Fleischnoann's. For yeast. © Feb. 26, 1943; 
KK 18254. 

Surety advertising co.. New York. 2624 

Phone-savers. For cards. © Dec. 1, 1942; 
KK 18131. 

Taylor (Charles H.) Springfield, Mass. 2625 

Swear box. For receptacles. © Mar. 15, 1943; 
KK 18395. 

Wander co., Chicago. 2626, 2627 

For a food beverage: 

Ovaltine. © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18152. 

Sweet chocolate flavored Ovaltine. © Feb. 
16, 1943; KK 18151. 

Weschcke (Carl) d. b. a. Hazilbert co., St. Paul. 

2628 
Weschcke's original filbert butter. For a food 
product. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 18177. 

Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

2629 
Whitman's Fairhill box wrap. For chocolates. 
© Feb; 9, 1943; KK 18170. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 147 

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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OP MABCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 199C), AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 



WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWAIS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 4 



The Catalog of Cop3rright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

i. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicatef^ by the use of an asterisk (*) alter the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic v/orks of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at tlie end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "'H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©'.' implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
''© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books properr $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to New.spapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals - --- - - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
d Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The A.ct further provides tiiat any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, Inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, imless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and pubjlished copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying "works of art may not be 
returned. No roaps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



on) 



CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright prq)rietor are 
the same. 



Agnew (R. F.)* 2630-2633 

Naughty goslin. nos. 1-4. © 1 c. each Apr. 
28, 1943; 41786-41789. 

Allan (Jan)* 2634-2647 

Boston terrier, 272. - English setter, 275. - 

Kerry blue, 263. - Persian cat, 280. - Siamese cat, 

281. - Tom cat washing, 282. - Welsh terrier, 261. 

© Feb. 25, 1943; G 41675-41681. 

Chow-chow, 278. - Collie piqjpy, 255. - Dober- 

man puppy, 253. - German shepherd puppy, 254. 

- Great Dane, 279. - Irish setter, 276. - Scottish 

terrier, 277. © Jan. 25, 1943; G 41621-41627. 

Allen (Vera Reed)* 2648 

Peace table. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1943; G 41773. 

Backer (Alexander) co.* 2649, 2650 

Grave harvest man, 244 - Grape harvest 
woman, 245. © Sept. 4, 1942; A 41744, 41745. 

Bartlett (Dana)* 2651 

Ming vase. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; G 41768. 

Becht (Helen M.) 2652 

Sorrells (Willie Pope): 

Visual education chart of right and wrong way 
for person with tuberculosis to proceed. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1943; G 41795. _ 

Benassi (Frank) 2653 

Grell (Louis): 

Ave Maria. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1943; G 41785. 

Bishop (Howard E.)* 2654 

Origin of all creation. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1943; 
G 41737. 

Bohland (Gustav)* 2655 

Wright (Wilbur & Orville) memorial. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1943; G 41766. 

Boi^hner (Howard R.)* 2656 

Granny. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1943; G 41775. 

Brennan (John Edward)* 2657 

I am a little absentee. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1943; G 
41778. 

Brockwell (John Butler)* 2658 

Foxy J. Fox. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1943; G 41671. 

Brodie (George Arthur)* 2659 

St. Ann's parish. [Emblem to be hung in win- 
dows of homes of men and women in the armed forces 
of the United States, as members of a certain church] 
© 1 c. May 5, 1943; G 41798. 

Brown (Stella C.)* 2660 

Office window view. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1943; G 
41746. 



Campos (F. Molina)* 2661 

Troubador and horse. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1943; G 
41619. 

Cecere (Gaetano)* 2662 

Cooper imion founded 1859. © 1 c. Apr, 27, 
1943; G 41783. 

Cohn (Joseph M.)* 2663, 2664 

Button brigade replacement. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 

1943; G 41731. 

Quality buttons. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1943; G 41790. 

Comolli & CO., inc. 2665 

Murray (William A.): 

Memorial in memory of the men and women 
of North Adams who served their country in time of 
war. © Mar. 24, 1943; G 41696. 

Conners (Helen)* 2666 

Zip it up. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1943; G 41725. 

De Rohan (Robert d'Harcourt)* 2667 

Hitler's end, © 1 c. May 8, 1943; G 41805. 

DeVries (Van Beuren W.)* 2668 

For freedom, now as then. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1943;' 
G 41777. 



Dike (Margaret)* 

Teta. © Oct. 1, 1941; G 41780. 



2669 



85th armored reconnaissance battalion. Command- 
ing officer. 2670 
Sylvester (Joseph A.): 

Snoopermen 85. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1943; G 

41674. 

European linen importing corp. 2671 

Betesh (Charles I.): 

Aristocrat prints. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1943; G 
41732. 

Ferguson (Howard)* 2672-2674 

Dirty rat, find him, terminate him. - War 
clouds. - What kind of an employee am I? © 1 c. 
each Apr. 28, 1943; G 41791-41793. 



Forstmann woolen co. 2675, 2676 

Forstmann (Curt E.): 

Fleur-de-lis, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Apr. 16, 
1943; G 41759, 41760. 

Freeman (Clifford Dallas) 2677 

Freeman (Tip [i. e. C. D.] ): 

Battle of the Pali. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1943; G 

41774. 



Frost & Reed, ltd. 
Dawson (Montague): 



2678-2686 



63 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTraES 



2687 



pt. 4, n. s.,v. 38 



Ariel ( Clipper) M.D. 92. - The Benjamin J. 
Packard, M.D. 41. - Flying Fish, 1089 tons, M.D. 
93, - H. M. S. Swallow, in action with the Royal 
Fortune off Cape Lopaz February 5, 1721, M.D. 
82. - Passing squall, M.D. 42. - Reefed topsails, 
the queen of clippers, M.D. 38. - Silver skies, the 
winged hunter, M.D, 68. - Sunflecked foam, M.D. 
80. - TransAtlantic packet Ivanhoe, M,D, 67. © 1 
c. each Mar, 29, 1943; G 41657-41665, 

Futterer (Bernie A.) 2687-2712 

Mader (Nona Conine): 

A is for a brownie who walks on all fours, - 
B is a brownie who ate and ate and ate. - Come 
and see me. - Dear, dear me, says our brownie D. 

- Exercise like me, - Fun for one and fun for all, 
-Goodness me, says brownie G. - Happy play- 
mates are we. -I'm the brownie who loves to 
skate. - Just watch me do this trick. = Kick and 
click and whirl about, - Lazy, lazy moon. - Midg- 
et acts are what we do, - Now this brownie has a 
pretty new sled. - Over the hills, far away, - 
Puff out your chest big like me, - Quick as a wink, 
over we go, - Roll over, ocean waves, - Swing 
that ball to the catcher's mit. - Tiny brownie T. 

- Upon our knees we ask of Thee. - Voices I hear 
in this spreading chestnut tree. - Wait by gentle 
breezes rolling upon the sea. - X is our choral 
master who teaches us to sing, - Youngsters 
must be careful, - Zip, down the moimtain side, 
goes brownie Z, = © 1 c, each Nov, 7, 1941; G 
41698-41723. 



Gale (Maybe He)* 

Light that never will go out. 
1943; G 41782. 



2713 
© 1 c. Apr. 27, 

2714 



Gasco products co. 
Schmidt (George A.): 

WAVES bust figure. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1943; 
G 41733. 

Gatewood (Dora Louise)* 2715 

Service flag. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1943; G 41769. 

Green VaUey granite co. 2716-2718 

Kenerson (Charles Conrad) Memorial: 

Carlson, 529. - Giraude, 530, - Masters, 
528. © Mar, 28, 1943; G 41738-41740. 

Hambrock (Ida)* 2719 

When the golden sun kisses the morning dew, 
© 1 c. Apr, 1, 1943; G 41672, 



Hartman (Henry Theodore) 
Millard (Dorothea Long): 

SNAFU, © 1 c, Apr. 22, 1943; G 41803. 



2720 



2721 



Hazleton, Pennsylvania high school, 
Bugda (Peter P,): 

Hazleton high school, Pennsylvania ring. © 
1 c. Apr, 5, 1943; G 41802. 

Herrick (John P.) 2722 

Lekberg (Arnold): 

Lone rock towers high above oil derrick at 
Rock City. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; G 41770. 

Hood (Ethel p.)* 2723 

Bantam leghorn rooster. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1943; 
G 41784. 



Hurley (Edward Timothy)* 27?4 

Cincinnati, O., music hall. © Mar. 30, 1943; G 
41673, 

Incrocci novelties. 2725-2727 

Vittor (Anthony): 

I got-my-Jap, a-c. © Mar. 20, 1943; G 
41628-41630, 

Johnson & Gustafson, 2728-2735 

Magistris (Ugo) Memorial: 

Bishop, 166-P, - Brown, 168-P. - Coughlin, 
169-P, - Farley, 167-P, - Monstan, 163-P. - 
Prescott, 165, - Webster, 162-P, - Wolcott, 164- 
P. © Dec, 1, 1942; G 41688-41695. 

Jordan (Charles WilUam) 2736 

Winter (Milo): 

There is no alibi in war, produce, © 1 c. 
Mar. '20, 1943; G 41668. 

Keziah (Fred Stewart)* 2737 

Just morons. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1943; G 41771. 

Kupprat (John)* 2738 

Steiner monument. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1943; G 
41620. 

LaFond (Richard Donovan)* 2739, 2740 

Home service award. A, B. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1943; G 41756, 41757. 

Lawson granite co. 2741-2743 

Kenerson (Charles Conrad) Memorial: 

Carter, 2046, - Mantowe, 2045, - Newman, 
2044. © Mar. 28,1943; G 41741-41743, 

Leathers (Ward)* 2744 

Flag of four freedoms, © 1 c. Apr, 21, 1943; G 
41801. 



Louis (Lazare)* 

Big four. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1943; G 41772. 



2745 



2746 



McGowan (J. B.) & Massingale (Thomas E.) 
Massingale (Thomas E,): 

Old Bennett place. © 1 c. Mar, 24, 1943; G 
41797, 

Maggio (Pedro)* 2747-2751 

Shield between V, arms emblem^ - Shield be- 
tween V, star, large V, arms emblem, - Star be- 
tween V, arms emblem, - Star between V, shield, 
large V, arms emblem. - Victory star arm em- 
blem. © 1 p. each Apr. 8,1943; G 41726-41730. 

Mahoney (Frances N.)* 2752 

Roosevelt ( President) impression. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1943; G 41781, 

Mandle (Urie F.)* 2753, 2754 

Sans haine: 

Lincoln circle. - Oval. ® 1 c, each Apr, 
19, 1943; 41764,41765. 

Mlkesell (Herbert S.)* 2755 

For God and country, victory, crusade. © 1 c, 
Feb,19,1943; G 41669. 

Montgomery (William Henry) 2756 

Herland (Emily): 

American girls clubs. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1943;' 
G 41735. 



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no. 4, 1S43 



WORKS OF ART 



2794 



Moran (Whildin)* 2757 

Wheels of defense. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1943>- G 
41666. 

Muck (Pearl A.)* 2758 

Framed, hand made, heavy felting cutout picture 
of baby head with crayon & pencil raarkii^s, flannel 
collar with crochet edge and ribbon bow, on wall- 
paper background. © Mar. 15, 1943; G 41779. 

O'Clair (C. L.) granite works. 2759-2767 

Vania (David R.) Cemetery memorial; 

Allen, C-113. - Averill, C=118. - Harvey, 
C-116. - Hazelman, C-112. - Healey, C-115. - 
Miller, C-114. - Tierney, C-120. - Whitney, C- 
119. - Whittier, C-117. © 1 c. each Apr, 15, 
1943; G 41747-41755. 

Olive oil assn. of America, inc. 2768 

Elmendorf (James W.): 

Member, the Olive oil association of Ameri- 
ca, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1943; G 41806. 

Peritore (Nicholas)* 2769 

Keep 'em flying. © 1 c, Apr. 7, 1943; G 41724. 

Peruggi (Ernesto)* 2770 

Martiana. © 1 c. May 8, 1943; G 41804. 

Peterson (Clarence Stewart)* 2771 

Veteran, 1917-1918, 1941-1943. © 1 c. Apr. 
23, 1943; G 41796. 

Phillips (Fred N.) 2772 

Smith (Carlton): 

Price 24, points 12. [Price and points] © 1 
c. Mar. 31, 1943; G 41670. 

Rayfield (Myrtle Summers)* 2773 

Bo Diddly says: when Hitler says, Russia will 
comraunize Europe, don't say anything. Just laugh. 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1943; G 41617. 

Robins (Adolf)* Christmas tree. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1943; G 41736. 2774 

Rose (Payton)* 2775 

Checker cross. © 1 c. May 1, 1943; G 41794. 

Ruotolo (Onorio)* 2776, 2777 

Four freedoms allegoric panel. = Italian-Ameri- 
can labor council four freedoms award. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 9, 1943; G 41761, 41762. 



Russell (Walter)* 2778 

Four freedoms. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1943; G 41697. 

Schettler (Amanda)* 2779 

Harbor - master trophy race. © Mar. 31, 
1943; G 41682. 

Smith (Orman W.)* 2780 

Bland (James A.) © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1943; G 
41776. 

Stanley mfg. co. 2781 

Rasumssen (Halford): 

Curly Gertie. ©• 1 c. Mar. 18, 1943; G 41667. 

Stefanelli (Leonardo)* 2782 

Regina Pacis. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1943; G 41618. 



Trucks (Mary R.) 

Trucks (Kennetli Owen): 

Seabees. © Mar. 30, 1943; G 41767. 



2783 



Talk (Alfred James)* 2784 

Hope of the world. © 1 c. i^r. 19, 1943; G 
41763. 



7sle & Perojo granite co. 2785-2788 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 

Browning, 2050. - Clothier, 2051. - Demp- 
sey, 2052. - Sandeen, 2053. © Oct. 30, 1942; G 
41684-41687. 



Vega aircraft corp. 
Novros (Lester): 
Pee -Wee -One. 
41758. 



2789 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1943; G 

2790-2792 



Vermont marble co. 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 

Krischan, D9-2712. - Memory stone, 8070- 
A. © Apr. 28, 1943; G 41799, 41800. 

Rileigh, D9-2713. © Apr. 21, 1943; G 
41307. 

Walker Oohn Percy Hallowell)* 2793 

Hey rookie! © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; G 41683. 

Wilken (Betty W.) 2794 

Jones (Hay den): 

Army seal and Flag. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1943; 
G 41734. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943---- --- 519 



65 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Aden (Clarence E.) 2795 

Injection system for Diesel engines. © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1943; I 32371. 

Albree (G. Norman) 2796 

Graph for converting turning speed in feet per 
minute to revolutions per minute. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1943; I 32528. 

Amburn (William Wesley) 2797, 2798 

Proposed post-war projects in western Oregon 
and Washington. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1943; I 32466. 

Proposed post-war rural-industrial community- 
center. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1943; I 32539. 

American national Red cross. 2799-2804 

Checkers and board, ARC 1405-52. © Mar. 31, 
1943; I 32361. 

Flag standard, ARC 1405-12. - Maple cane, 
ARC 1405-16, - Ringtoss, ARC 1405-59. - Smok- 
ing table, ARC 1405-9. © Mar. 19, 1943; I 32359, 
32360, 32362, 32363. 

Library envelopes and card, ARC 1405-150. © 
Mar. 23, 1943, I 32366. 

Anderson (Nils Alfred) 2805 

Spirit of united nations. © Mar. 30, 1943; J 
35230. 

Arenz (John A.) 2806-2814 

Airplane hardened screws double thread, approxi- 
mate weights and sizes of Arenz recessed heads 
available. - Approximate weights and sizes of 
Arenz recessed heads. - Patented double thread 
galvanized lag screws for electric light and tele- 
phone companies. © Ic. each Mar. 13, 1943; I 32512- 
32514. 

Arenz double thread-cutting & thread-forming 
screws, slotted and hexagon heads. - Arenz double 
thread, double point pole line hardware screw, 
electrical pole line hardware. -Metal cutting screw 
double thread, - Patented double thread dies. © 
1 c. each Mar. 29, 1943, I 32328-32331. 

Arenz patented double thread barbed single 
point, screw eyes, etc. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1943; I 
32326. 

Lock nut threaded washer. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; 
132517. 

Artistic picture pub. co., inc. 2815 

Basket with fruit, 1200; by Moritz Michael Daf- 
finger. © Apr. 8, 1943; H 2560. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 2816-2849 

Bearing, C. I., 7326. - Bronze journal bearing, 
7342-A. - C. I. bearing, 11697. - C. I. brake beam 
support, 3515. - C. I. bumper, 7470. - C. I. hop- 
per spout, 9380-E. - C. S. lever arm, 4300. - Cast 
steel spring seat, 3473. - Counterweight lever, 
16128. - S. C. bumper spring box, 8251-A. - S. C- 
lever, 12067. - S. C. lever arm, 8241. - Schematic 
diagram of trabon lubrication system, 16230. - 



4 hopper coal charging car, 61-156, 62-143-A - 
62-143-C, 62-143-E, 62-143"M, 62-143-T, 62- 
143-V, 62-156-A, 62-156-C, 62-156-D, 62-156-H, 
62-i56-HH, 62-156-R, 62-156-U, 62-156-W, 62- 
156-Y, 62-156-Z. =4 hopper coal charging scale 
car, 62-1 56-J, 62-1 56-K. - 10 ton capacity coke 
quencher, 6-391 -D. © 1 c. each Apr. 14, 1943; I 
32472-32505. 

Bailey (WilUam A.) 2850 

Portable heater and cooker. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1943; I 32314. 

Bailey meter co. 2851-2859 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 50F800T200P, 
72F800T250P. © Jan. 6, 1943; I 32339, 32344. 

•— -160D26TT. © Sept. 15, 1942; I 32343. 

175F1000T. © Jan. 13, 1943; I 32345. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 175F350T35L. © Jan. 
13, 1943; I 32346. 

— 250F350T25L. © Jan. 6, 1943; I 32338. 

Bailey recorder chart, 6L400T, 1200KPT2. © 
Jan. 14, 1943; I 32340, 32342. 

700KT1. © Jan. 7, 1943; I 32341. 

Barret te.xtile Corp. 2860 

Coat of arms. © Jan. 4, 1943; K 53022. 

Bendix aviation corp. Scintilla magneto div. 

2861, 2862 
[Log log quadri -graph paper]. 

No. 1, metric units. - No. 2, English units. 
© Apr. 26, 1943; I 32547, 32548. 

Benning (Wllbert Orville) . 2863 

Over time computer. © Mar. 1, 1943; I 32333, 

Best seller publicity, inc. 2864 

From the world's best seller, Jesus said I am 
the way, etc. © Mar. 1, 1943; K 52940. 

Bethlehem fabricators, inc. 2865 

Hatch shifting beams, sheet Dl, form E-47. © 
May 3, 1943; 1 32582. 

Bethlehem steel co. 2866 

That fire box, where is it? © Apr. 7, 1943; K 
52979. 

Bibaz (George) 2867 

Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1943; J 35229. 

Bigelow press, inc. 2868 

Unexpected thriU. © Jan. 15, 1943; K 52754. 

Boesch (John T.) sr. 2869 

Rat proof chicken brooder. © Dec. 1, 1942; I 
32515. 

BoniUa (Saturnino T.) 2870 

Liquid sprinkler. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32598. 



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Bowne (Cecil L.) 2871 

Bail for merchandise containers. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1943; I 32353. 

Bradt (George McClellan) 2872 

Late date. © 1 c. May 3, 1943; J 35314. 

Brannan (Lee) 2873 

Seed planter. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; 132523. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory builders 
div. 2874-2877 

Got an idea buzzin'? -Work so they can fight. 

© Apr. 24, 1943; K 53076, 53077. 

Welded for victory. - What's an absentee, 

Sarge? © Apr. 8, 1943; K 53074, 53075. 

Brown & Bigelow. 2878-2916 

Grohe (Glenn): 

Bums bursting in air, L 33624. - Getting a 
kick out of our job, L 33628, - Giving the bums the 
rush, L 33631. - Keep 'em frying, L 33623. - 
Listening post, L 33630. ~ Situation's well in hand, 
L 33627, - Sky's the limit, L 33629, - So they 
wanted a scrap, L 33622. - Tanks for a buggy ride, 
L 33626. - We'll tell you where to get off and 
guarantee a warm welcome, L 33632, .. Who's 
cagey now, L 33621. - World turns on its Axis, 
L 33625. © Mar. 3, 1943; K 52760-52771. 

Hoffman (Frank): 

Boone (Daniel) goes bear hunting, L 33288. 

- Buffalo Bill drops a big one, L 33284. - Carson 
(Kit) packs into Taos, L 33286, - Crockett (Davey) 
defending the Alamo, L 33290. - Driving the 
Chisholm trail, L 33282, - Lewis and Clark pole 
the Missouri, L 33289. - Pike's Peak or bust, L 
33292. . Pony express gets through, L 33283. - 
Redskins waylay the Deadwood stage, L 33281. - 
Rip-snortin' Fourth of July, L 33287. - Roosevelt 
(Teddy) ^ets a grizzly, L 33285. - Wild Bill 
Hickok, ready for trouble, L 33291. © Apr. 27, 
1943; K 53055-53066, 

In the pink; by Rolf Armstrong, © Mar. 31, 
1943; K 52958. 

Preussl (Carl) American way of life: 

Community library, L 33187. - Down on the 
farm, L 33188. - Grand Central station, L 33191. 

- Grand Coulee dam, L 33185. - Halls of learning, 
L 33189. - House of God, L 33186, - Mayo clinic, 
L 33182. . Naval academy, L 33192. - Old home 
town, L 33184. - Radio city, L 33183. - U. S. Su- 
preme court, L 33181. - West Point, L 33190. © 
Mar. 3, 1943; K 52772-52783. 

Wanted, 18,000,000 victory gardens. © Mar, 
31, 1943; K 52959. 

Washington monument; by Ralph Iligan. © Nov. 
20, 1942; K 52965. 

Brown instrument co. 2917-2920 

Brown instrument co. [chart] 5162. © Sept. 4, 

1942; I 32508. 

— 14069. © Jan. 8, 1943; I 32586, 

. 14070. © Jan. 25, 1943; I 32587. 

14072. © Feb. 22, 1943; I 32521. 

Browne (Edward W.) 2921 

Inactive electrostatic bath for treatment of 
virus diseases, nervous disorders and shellshock. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1943; I 32560. 

Buffalo chamber of commerce. 2922-2924 

Let's win this war together quickly, absenteeism 
reduces American war production. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1943; K 53080. 

530112 O - 43 - 2 



Western New York war industries have in- 
creased their production over four times since 1940. 
© 1 c. Apr. 16, 1943; K 53079. 

——Why is this man needed? © 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1943; K 53078. 

Burlingame (Warren F,) 2925 

Fluctuation of prices on the New York stock ex- 
change, 1870 to 1943. © Mar. 9, 1943; I 32305. 

Burns (A. Pat) 2926 

Florida Cracker goes to war. © Mar. 10, 1943; 
K 53021, 

Bythrow (Herbert J.) 2927 

Surface grinder angle dresser. © 1 c. May 1, 
1943; I 32562, 

Campbell prints, inc. 2928, 2929 

[Go forth and preach]; by E. Burnand. © Mar. 

5, 1943; K 52967, 

Jefferson (Thomas); by Gilbert Stuart. © Sept. 

23, 1942; K 53013. 

Carlson (Clarence J.) 2930 

Front end hitch for tractor. © 1 c. Apr, 3, 1943; 
I 32351. 

Carnegie-Illinois steei corp. 2931 

Divide and multiply. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; J 
35319, 

Chapman (Henry Otis) & Evans (Randolph) 2932 

Heart of the home assembly. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1943; I 32364. 

Chrysler corp. 2933, 2934 

Stresses in rotating discs, aluminum, 489-1004. 

© Mar, 12, 1943; I 32367. 

Steel, 489-1003. © Mar. 12, 1943; I 32368. 

Citroen (Julius Theodoor) 2935-2942 

Cat with balloon. - Duckling. - Walking bear. 

- Walking rabbit. © Feb. 15, 1943; K 53039- 
53042. 

[Duckling on the road] - [Elephant on the road] 

- [Goose with rabbit] - [Lamb on the road] © Feb. 
3, 1943; K 53043-53046. 

Clark (A. L.) 2943 

Adjustable hacksaw attachment. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1943; I 32313. 

Clark (Henry) 2944, 2945 

Lockheed P-38 Lightning. - Vought F4U-2 
Corsair. © Apr. 17, 1943; K 53026, 53027. 

Clark (Robert D.) 2946 

Reactor airplane, © 1 c. May 1, 1943; I 32563, 

Cohenour (John A.) 2947 

Gravity degree gauge, © 1 c, Apr, 20, 1943; I 
32527. 

Community tradii^ charitable assn., inc. 2948 

Victory certificate, blessings and greetings. © 
Apr. 1, 1943; K 52804, 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 2949-2953 

Evolution of a dictator, 32X. - Number, hell, I 
want my peanuts, 34X. - Oh, Lawd, please make 
that a banana skin I skidded on, 35X. © June 19, 
1942; K 52961-52963. 



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Giant cypress in Big Tree park, between Or- 
lando and Sanford near Longwood, Florida. © Apr. 
23, 1943; J 35297. 

Pies like mother used to make, tarts like father 
used to makC; all you can eat and any hat that fits 
you for 50^. © Jan. 28, 1943; J 35254. 

Cosmades (Cosmas V.) 2954 

Wellesley library takes a bow for Madam Chiang 
Kai=shek. © Mar. 11, 1943; J 35228, 

Cram (George F.) co., inc. 2955-2957 

[Horizon ring for 16" celestial globe] © May 

4, 1943; I 32581. 

[Measuring strip for]: 

[12" globe] - [16-inch globe] © May 3, 1943; 

I 32579, 32580. 

Crittendon (Kenneth Shelby) 2958 

Average daily prices for 21 years, 1921 thru 
1941 [on v/heat and corn with calendar of impor- 
tant dates] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1943; I 32554. 

Crowe (Thomas J.) 2959, 2960 

Cro-loo. 1, 2. © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1943; 
I 32324, 32325. 

Curtiss-Wright corp. Wright aeronautical Corp., 
division. 2961-3035 

Accessory drive and starter shaft, generator 
drive, 2HA-14, 2HB-12. - Cam and cam drive, 
2GC-7. - Cam and cam drive, front, 2HB-7. - 
Cam and cam drive, rear, 2HA-10. - Cam and cam 
intermediate drive, front, 2HA-9. - Connecting 
rods, front, connecting rods, rear, 2HA-21, 2HB-20. 

- Crankcase front section, 2GC-1, 2HA-1, 2HB-1. 
" Crankcase main section, 2GC-2, 2HA-2, 2HB-2. 

- Crankshaft, 2GC-16, 2HA-19, 2HB-18. - Cylinder 
air deflectors, cylinder head deflectors, cylinder 
barrel deflectors, 2GC-19, 2HA-24, 2HB-23. - 
Cylinder, intake pipe and piston, 2GC-18. 
Cylinder, intake pipe, and piston, front, 2HA-22, 
2HB-21, - Clyinder, intake pipe, and piston, rear, 
2HA-23, 2HB-22. - Dual accessory drive, 2GC-15, 
2HA-18, 2HB-17. - External suction oil tubes, ex- 
ternal hydro oil tubes, 2HA-5. - Generator drive, 
accessory drive and starter shaft, 2GC-11. - Im- 
peller and impeller shaft, 2HA-11. - Impeller and 
impeller shaft, impeller drive, 2GC-8. - Impeller 
and impeller shaft, impeller drive, single-speed, 
2HB-10. - Impeller drive, two-speed plate clutch 
type, 2GC-9, 2HB-11. - Impeller drive, two-speed 
plate type clutch, 2HA-12. - Impeller drive, two- 
speed, roller clutch type, 2GC-10, 2HA-13. ~ Mag- 
neto and gun synchronizer drives, 2GC-13. 
Magneto and gun synchronizer impulse generator 
drives, 2HA-16. - Magneto drives, 2HB-i5. - Oil 
filter, controllable pitch propeller governor drive, 
2HB-16. - Oil filter, propeller governor drive, 
2HA-17, - Oil pump, 2HA-8, 2HB -6, 2HB"7. - 
Oil pump and tachometer drive, 2GC-6. - Oil 
pump, tachometer and fuel pump drives, 2GC~12, 
2HA-15, 2HB-13, 2HB-14, - Oil sump. 2HB-5. - 
Oil sump, for l" O.D. oil suction tubes, 2HA-7. - 
Oil sump, for 5/8" O.D. oil suction tubes 2HA-6. 

- Oil sump, oil filter, 2GC-5. - Priming system, 
2GC-22, 2HA-27, 2HB-26. - Propeller governor 
drive, connecting rods, 2GC-14. - Propeller shaft 
and reduction gear, 2HA-20. ■ Propeller shaft and 
reduction gear, 3:2 ration, 2GC-17. Propeller 
shaft and reduction gearing, 2HB-19. - Radio- 
shielded ignition wiring system, 2GC-21, 2HA-26, 
2HB~25. - Rear cam and cam drive, 2HB-9. - 



Supercharger housings and diffuser plate, 2GC-3, 
2HA-3, 2HB-3. - Supercharger rear housing 
cover, 2GC-4, 2HA-4, 2HB-4. - Valve mechanism, 
2GC-20, 2HA-25, 2HB-24. © Dec. 8, 1942; I 32389- 
32463. 

Dance patterns, inc. 3036, 3037 

LeQuorne dance patterns, fox trot. © July 15, 

1942; I 32322. 

Jitterbug. © Feb. 9, 1943; I 32321. 

Delaware (State) 3038-3040 

[State of Delaware]: 

[1^ cigarette tax stamp] - [2^ cigarette tax 
stamp] - [5^ cigarette tax stamp] © Apr. 2, 1943; 
K 53030 53032. 

Deming (Fred Frederick) 3041-3051 

Anterior -posterior perineal-bow inguinal sup- 
port. - [Faucet-attached, continuous flow, two-way 
venturi tube aspirator, vaginal irrigation syringe 
combined with drug solution blending and overflow 
devices] - [Infra red radiant heat electric lamp 
fingerprint inking apparatus used in combination 
with preinked media requiring preheating before 
use] - [Pre -inked fingerprint inking strip contain- 
ing a film of coldsettingink requiring heat to lique- 
fy before use] © 1 c. each Mar. 26, 1943; I 32306- 
32309. 

[Bi -lateral perpendicular medially half-round 
semi-circular recessed window frame combined 
with draw -pull horizontally gliding window sash] - 
[Draw-pull rail and roller bearing horizontally 
travelling window sash window frame combination] 
- [Horizontally pivoted window sash combined in a 
T -slotted window frame containing a strip-form 
compound- curve compression-type weatherstrip] - 
[Integral all-metal window sill, external wall sub- 
sill louvered food cabinpt, wall installed] - [Wall- 
installed, atmosphere -controlled, aerated window 
food cabinet for food storage and refrigeration] - 
[Window-door frame and sash combination having 
a horizontally travelling sash member vertical- 
laterally pivoted to swing through frame opening] 
© 1 c. each Apr. 12, 1943; I 32382-32387. 

Impact-destructible, suction-pressure producing, 
gunport cap for military aircraft. © 1 c. May 4, 
1943; I 32564. 

Dericks (William A.) 3052 

Roto-wheel. © 1 c. May 1, 1943; I 32556. 

Dickins (H. W.) 3053 

Autumn in Kinnordy, Angus; by J. Mcintosh 
Patrick. © Jan. 20, 1943; H 2559. 

Du Mazuel (E. G. F, R.) 3054 

A, D. 1943 high-velocity U. S. W. D. rockets, 
1459. © Apr. 16, 1943; I 32567. 

Du Mazuel (John J. L. A. R. de U.) 3055 

Automatic rocket-firing mechanism, 1458. © 
Apr. 16, 1943; I 32566. 

Dussome (Carl J. Reid) 3056-3069 

Americafirstandlast, groupl, P. 10. - Catchum 
medicine, group 1, P. 8. - Goosestep dies, group 1, 
P. 9. - Heap got him, group 1, P. 6. - Indian goose- 
step, special 14. - Looking ahead, group 1, P. 1. - 
Mabyso skunko, group 1, P. 4. - Me heap savy, 
special 13. - Preparation, group 1, P. 2. - Safety 
first, group 1, P. 3. - Scouting, special 12. - Smell 
him trackso, group 1, P. 5. - Victory war hoop, 
special 11. - War path heap hot, group 1, P. 7. © 1 
c. each Apr. 2, 1943; J 35240-35253. 



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3247 



Dycker (William E.) 3070 

Elliptical compass. © 1 c.Apr.3, 1943; I 32352. 

ElUot (Stewart Herman) 3071 

Lincoln (A.) © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1943; J 35231. 

Eskew (James Henry) 3072 

Three-in-one coat hanger. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; 
I 32379. 



Evinger (Walter J.) 

Knife. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1943; I 32311. 



3073 



Eyre (Merle Edward) & Eyre ( Mrs. Merle Edward) 

3074 
Remember? © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1943; J 35300. 

Feild (Reginald Hargrove) 3075 

Solution of Weymouth's formula for gas flow in 
pipe lines, © 1 c. May 8, 1943; I 32585. 

Firestone tire & rubber co. 3076 

Facts behind truck tire life. © 1 c. May 7, 1943 
J 35321, 

Fischer & Porter co. 3077 

Fischer & Porter co. [chart] 127, © Apr. 2, 
1943; I 32348, 

Fitzhugh (J. V.) & White (Charles F.) 3078 

Sequence relay control of multiple circuits, © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1943; I 32369. 

Fitzmayer (Max) 3079 

Gopher trap, © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32593, 

Fox (Harold D,) 3080 

Goggle shield. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; I 32525, 

Frost & Reed, ltd, ' 3081-3084 

Continental harbour; by Richard Eurich. © Jan. 

I, 1943; H 2552. 

Lough Anure [co, Donegal]; by J, Humbert Craig. 
© Dec. 10, 1942; H 2558. 

Minuet; by Arthur L. Cox. © Feb. 19, 1943; H 
2551. 

Seine at Vetheuil; by Claude Monet. © Dec. 1, 
1942; H 2550. 

Garcia (Louis) 3085 

Anti-aircraft gun. © 1 cApr. 20, 1943; I 32522. 

Garner (A. E.) & co., inc. 3086 

Soldiers of the American home front, world war 

II, know all men by these presents. [Commemorative 
certificate of merit] © May 1, 1943; K 53048. 

Geary (Francis H.) 3087 

Geary's combination scaffold for roof and verti- 
cal work, a two fold service. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1943; 
I 32323. 

General cable corp. 3088-3090 

Are you doing all you can? © June 15, 1942; K 

52757. 

Don't throw victory away. © Apr. 6, 1943; K 

52987. 

Keep your waste line down. © Mar. 1, 1943; K 

52800. 

General motors corp. Fisher body dlv. 3091-3095 
Are you prolonging the war by your absence ? © 
Apr. 12, 1943; K 52984. 



Front line report on the M-4. - Keep on build- 
ing 'em to come back. © Apr. 14, 1943; K 53033, 
53034. 

7 home workers beiiind every soldier, don't en- 
danger your soldier by absence. © Apr, 19, 1943; 
K 53035. 

Take that day off the day of Hitler's fimeral. © 
Mar, 15, 1943; K 52811, 

Frigidaire div. 3096-3098 

Changing sealed rotary units in various style 
cabinets. - Service operations on ice cream cab- 
inets. = Servicing wet storage beverage coolers. 
© 1 e. each May 7, 1943; J 35318, 35320, 35322. 

Ginn & co. 3099 

Aeronautical study chart. © Nov. 16, 1942; I 
32578. 

Gisler (Julius) 3100 

G inch multipler. © Mar. 24, 1943; I 32358. 

Goes (A.) 3101 

[Certificate blank] H, V. © Apr. 12, 1943; K 
52980. 

Goldsmith (P.) sons, inc. 3102 

Military training obstacle course chart. © 1 
c. Apr. 26,1943; I 32538. 

Golef (S. L.) 3103-3112 

Lynch (Marie): 

Blackberries. - Campanulas. - Campanulas 
phlox & delphiniums. - Daisies & delphiniums. - 
Nasturtiums. - Pansies. - Petunias. - Straw- 
berries. - Violets. - Wild roses. © Feb. 1, 1943; 
K 52622, 52624, 52626-52633. 

Gore (George Waltpn) 3113 

Proctologic health center. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1943; 
I 32334, 

Gould (Albert) 3114 

One man barbed wire reel cart, © i c. May 7, 
1943; I 32592. 

Graham (Edward F.) jr. 3115 

Motor vehicle wheel suspension and shock ab- 
sorption apparatus. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32591. 

Graham (Louis Paul) 3116, 3117 

American Dominique s. - White faced black 

Spanish. © 1 c. each Apr. 16, 1943; I 32509, 32510. 

Grant (Charles Hampson) 3118 

Observer 38 inch flying model, full scale for use 
with Rokwell spring motor Sky-koil. © Apr. 21, 
1943; I 32549. 

Granville (Albert David) 3119 

Combination feed carrier and feeder. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1943; I 32596. 

Greene (Harry J.) 3120 

launching and reinforcing device, © 1 c, Apr. 
3, 1943; I 32350. 

Greetings, inc. 3121-3247 

Accidents will happen to the best of us, T-2555. 
- Ah ear it's yo' birfday, T-2160, -Anniversary 
greetings, T-2670. - Basket of flowers to help you 
get well, T-2510. - Belated birthday wish, T-2392. 



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Best wishes, T-2621. - Best wishes for your wed- 
ding anniversary, T-2674. - Best wishes to you 
and baby, T-2700. - Birf days keeps a-comin' round 
as regular as taxes. T-2156, - Birthday greeting 
for you, T-2117. - Birthday greetings and best 
wishes, T-2125. - Birthday greetings to a dear 
little 6 year old, T-2366. - Birthday greetings to 
a real friend, T-2233. - Birthday greetings to 
daughter, T-2231. - Birthday greetings to my son, 
T-2244. - Birthday greetings to you 5 year old, T- 
2365. - Birthday happiness, T-2111. - Birthday 
message, T-2101, T-2124. - Birthday message for 
dad, T-2224. - Birthday message for grandmother, 
T-2237. - Birthday message to one I love, T-2235. 

- Birthday thought of you, T-2126. - Birthday wish, 
T-2102, T-2104. - Birthday wish for a dear niece, 
T-2241. -Birthday wish for you son, T-2232. - 
Birthday wish just for you, T-2122. - Birthday 
wishes, T-2123. - Birthday wishes just for you, 
T-2150, - Bouquet of birthday wishes, T-2106. - 
Congratulations, T-2600,T.2701. - Congratulations 
on your anniversary, T-2671. - Couple of wishes 
for your birthday, T-2107. - Don't know how tt 
came to happen, but your birthday caught me nappii', 
T-2390. -Double order of birthday wishes, T-2103.- 
Down friendship's trail, T-2835. - Each birthday 
finds you sweeter than you ever were before, T- 
2157. - Feeling better, T-2554. - For grand- 
father's birthday, T-2246. - For the birthday of a 
pal, T-2238, - From your secret pal, T-2836. - 
Get -well wish, T-2502, T-2511. - Got the sniffles, 
T-2557. - Had your vitamins today, T-2558. - 
Happy birthday, T-2116, T-2152, T-2158. - Happy 
birthday, best wishes, T-2120. - Happy birthday 
brother, T-2226. - Happy birthday father, T-2223. 
Happy birthday 4 year old, T-2364. - Happy birth- 
day, just for you, T-2109. - Happy birthday secret 
pal, T-2245. - Happy birthday sis, T-2229. - 
Happy birthday to a dear aunt, T-2239, . - Happy 
birthday to a dear friend, T-2243. - Happy birthday 
to a dear little 1 year old, T-2361. - Happy birth- 
day to a fine young man, T-2340. - Happy birthday 
to a mighty fine brother, T-2225, - Happy birth- 
day to a sweet daughter, T-2230. - Happy birth- 
day to a sweet young lady, T-2341. - Happy birth- 
day to an 8 year old, T-2368. - Happy birthday to 
someone dear, T-2236. - Happy birthday to you, 
T-2105. - Happy birthday uncle, T-2240. - Happy 
birthday wishes, T-2118. - Happy birthday wishes 
for you, T-2115. -Happy happy birthday 7 year old, 
T-2367. - Happy wishes 2 year old, T-2362, - 
Hope you're better soon, T-2500, T-2509. - Hope 
you're lots better soon, T-2504. - Hope you're 
soon on the road to health, T-2553. - I can just 
picture you on your birthday, T-2154. - I haven't 
forgotten your birthday, T-2110. - In sympathy, 
T-2902. - In your sorrow, T-2905. - It's your 
birthday, T-2108. - Little secret on our anniver- 
sary, honey, T-2672. - Loads of birthday joy, T- 
2153. - Looking in when you are sick, T-2552. - 
Love to mother on her birthday, T-2220. - Mes- 
sage of sympathy, T-2901. - Now that you are 3 
happy birthday, T-2363. - On your anniversary, T- 
2673. - On your birthday, T-2100, T-2119. - 
Orchid on your birthday sister, T-2227. - Orchids 
to you on your birthday, T-2112. - Pardon me for 
bustin' in against the regulations, T-2556. - Pray- 
er for your recovery, T-2512. - Scotch birthday 
greeting, T-2151. - Sicks best sellers, T-2550. 

- So glad you are better, T-2513. - So you have to 
go to bed, T-2551. - Sorry you're ill, T-2508. - 
Speaking of birthdays, T-21 59. - Thank you,T-2750, 
T-2751. - Thinking of you, T-2832. - Thinking of 



you in your hour of sorrow, T-2903. - Thinking of 
you while you are ill, T-2514. - To a real friend, 
T-2831 . - To a special friend, T-2834. - To greet 
you on your birthday, T-2127, - To help you get 
well, T-2505. - To hope you'll soon feel better, 
T-2503. -To mother on her birthday, T-2221. - 
To my friend, birthday wishes, T-2242. - To my 
husband on his birthday, T-2234. - To the bride 
and groom, T-2620. - To you indoors best wishes, 
T-2501. - To you on your birthday, T-2114. - Vol- 
umes of good wishes on your birthday, T-2155. - 
Wedding wish, T-2622. - While you're in bed, T- 
2507. - Wish for your recovery, T-2506. - With 
birthday good wishes, T-2121. - With deepest sym- 
pathy, T-2904. - With every good wish for your 
birthday, T-2113. - With many wishes for your 
birthday sister, T-2228. - With sympathy, T-2900. 

- Yoo-hoo! It would be tops to see you, T-2833. - 
Your birthday caught me sound asleep, T-2391. © 
Jan. 10, 1943; K 52812-52938. 

Grierson (James C.) 3248 

Air engine. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; I 32380. 

Grinnell co., inc. 3249 

Victory. © Apr. 8, 1943; K 52969. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 3250-3252 

Chambers (C. Bosseron): 

Dolores. - Lolita. - Pedro. © Mar. 26, 
1943; K 52802, 52803, 52988. 

Haberstroh (John C.) 3253 

Beautiful mountain sheep, YeUowstone park. © 
Apr. 5, 1943; J 35295. 

Hansen (H. R.) 3254 

[Motto border design, border spray of pink roses 

and blue forget-me-nots] © Feb. 8, 1943; K 52939. 

Heckert (James H.) 3255 

Tap-o-matic. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; I 32376. 

Heller (C. F.) bindery. 3256 

Victory ration wallet. © Mar. 30, 1943; K 53036. 

Herrick (John P.) -3257 

Indian tribesman inspecting historic Seneca oil 
spring. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; J 35277. 

Higby (Samuel) camp institute for better posture. 

3258, 3259 
Good posture for health and country. - Good 
posture helps ward off fatigue. © Mar. 30, 1943; K 
52981, 52982. 

Hill (Harry Capell) 3260 

By candle light. © Apr. 10, 1943; K 53020. 

Horner (Arch S.) 3261 

Caliper-Mike. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; I 32375. 

Huffman (Jesse Francis) 3262 

Escaped balloon salvager. © Mar. 15, 1943; I 
32303. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 3263-3278 

Accidents cut down victory. -Guard your health. 

- Hand that rocked the cradle. - How about you. - 
If you think you have a kick coming. - It pays to look 
around. - Johnny Doughboy can't dodge gunfire . - 
Leathernecks. - New goddess of liberty. - Share 
your car. - Teamwork does the trick. - There are 
smiles. - They're not going A. W. O. L. - 



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Tools. - Use both hands for victory. - Want it 
posted here? © Mar. 25, 1943; K 52996-53011. 

Indiana steel & wire co. 3279-3282 

Electrical resistivity of bimetallic steel-zinc 
conductors, charts G, I. - Per cent of total current 
flowing in pure zinc coatings of bimetallic steel- 
zinc conductors, chart H. - Per cent of total cur- 
rent flowing in zinc coatings of bimetallic steel - 
zinc conductors, chart J. © 1 c. each Apr. 15, 1943; 
I 32468-32471. 

Industrial equities, inc. 3283-3294 

Ami proud, my suggestion was accepted, F-21. 

- Are you a man with ideas, F-12. -Concentrate on 
a good idea to help win the war, F-45. - Don't 
be slow, send in your ideas now, F-7. - Don't tie 
his hands with our red tape, F-16. - Mr.Suggestor, 
won't you employees please help me, F-35. 
Prevent accidents, report damaged equipment, F-3. 

- Sorry Mr., we thought you lost interest in us, F- 
40. - They laughed when I sent my suggestion in, 
F-29. © Apr. 5, 1943; K 52970-52978. 

Fifth year. Smashin' thru to 1943 - year of sug- 
gestions and victory. FI-IC. © Mar. 24, 1943; K 
52992. 

Good news Joe ! Your idea helped increase pro- 
duction. F-47. © Mar. 24, 1943; K 52991. 

They didn't get the supplies. ..and wars cannot 
be won vpithout them. F-24. © Mar. 24, 1943; K 
52993. 

Iselin (Charles A.) 3295 

Weave-in wire connector. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; 
I 32590. 



Jam Handy organization, inc. 3296-3311 

First aid for survivors. © Apr. 12, 1943; J 

35278. 

Semaphore, SN-1693cr2, SN-1693dp2, SN- 

1693en2, SN-1693fl2, SN-1693gj2, SN-1693hg2, 

SN-1693ie2, SN-1693jc2, SN-1693ka2. © Apr, 7, 

1943; J 35258-35266. 

SN-1693ew, SN-1693ey, SN-1693fb, SN- 

1693fd, SN-1693fi, SN-1693fl. © Feb. 1, 1943; J 

35289-35294. 



Jose (William John) 3312 

Strength of the stock market. © Apr. 13, 1943; 
132511. 

Kiefer (Paul J.) 3313 

T-0 diagram. © Apr. 19, 1943; I 32534. 



King features syndicate, inc. 3314-3328 

Ace (The) takes five hearts, pose Y-52. - Camp- 
bell (Flyer) and the Quints, pose Y-49. © Mar. 28, 
1943;T35238, 35239. 

Butler (Catherine) presents invitations to quints, 
Y-53. - Invitation issued in quintuplicate, Y-54. 

- Ship model and instructor Harstad, Y-71. © 
Apr. 18, 1943; J 35284, 35285, 35288. 

Cecile, AniiCtte and Yvonne watch plasterer, Y- 
57. - Dionne (Annette, Emelie and Yvonne), Y-56. 

- Dionne (Marie and Emelie), Y-55. - Quints at 
door of new house, Y-54. © Apr. 25, 1943; J 35301- 
35304. 

Emelie plays prank on guard, X-36. - Milligan 
( Corp.) guards the quints, Y-62. - Quints go sight- 
seeing, X-90. © Apr. 4, 1943; J 35234-35236. 



Emelie with spring pussywillows, Y-59. 
Yvonne awaits spring, Y-61. © Apr. 11, 1943; J 
35286, 35287. 

Interior of new Dionne home, Y-47. © Mar. 21, 
1943; J 35269. 

Kline (Quentin M.) 3329 

Quentin M. Kline's Snappy-cal. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1943; J 35305. 

Knox college. 3330 

Knox college navigation plotting sheet. © Apr. 
1,1943; I 32381. 

Kollmar (Henry) 3331 

Most holy name, religious symbol, © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1943; I 32335. 

Kosciuszko foundation. 3332 

Copernicus (Nicolas); by Arthur Szyk. © Dec. 
23, 1942; K 52756. 

Krimmel (Edmund) 3333 

Hospital bed spacer units and their related 
hospital plans. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1943; I 32349. 

Lacy (Ervin R.) 3334 

Why our Colors never nm; by Howard Forsberg. 
© Apr. 7, 1943; K 52968. 

Lafftus (Paul) 3335 

Combination meat cutting board and grater and 
sheer. © 1 c. May 1, 1943; I 32558. 

Lamb (William Curtis) 3336 

United States war bonds. © Mar. 16, 1943; K 
52801. 

Landau (Miles H.) 3337 

Our unbalanced tax system. © Apr. 22, 1943; K 
53023. 

Lander (Emma Jane) 3338, 3339 

Department store of 1943, - Univ. scientia de 
Revum and the Ave of the immortals. © Apr. 22, 
1943; I 32535, 32536. 

Larson (Walter J.) 3340 

Piston ring expander. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 
32589, 

Lawrence (Walter Smith) 3341 

High powered touring cars for air patrol. © 1 
c. Mar. 27, 1943; I 32365. 

Leiter (Robert T.) 3342 

[Military time chart for conversion of standard 
time to military time based on Greenwich meridian] 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1943; I 32347. 

Leland Stanford junior imiversity. Board of trustees. 

3343 
Life through the ages is a story of change. © 
Apr. 15, 1943; I 32565. 

Lisle (Dallas V.) 3344 

Display card. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32588. 

Loeffler (Xavier William) 3345 

Industrial and railroad averages chronological 
news, 1922-1943. © Jan. 21, 1943; I 32507. 

Louma handprints, inc. 3346 

Nature's camouflage. © Apr. 16, 1943; J 35299. 



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McCormick co. 3347 

West Texas dogie, motherless, baby Hereford 
calf, 3B-H162. © Apr. 24, 1943; K 53038. 

McDonald (Charles E.) 3348 

Cushion insole for shoes. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; 
I 32595. 

McNeel marble co. 3349=3352 

Barron [16 crypt mausoleum] - Fields [monu- 
ment] © 1 c. each Apr. 28, 1943; I 32541, 32545. 
[Cemetery memorial]: 

Lyon. - Neil-Base-Chalfant. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 28, 1943; I 32542, 32543. 

Mann (Marion Go) 3353 

Cabinet and improvements. © 1 c. May i, 1943; 
I 32561. 

Manning (Reg) 3354 

Reg Manning's happy li'l seals, series 1. © 
Oct. 1, 1942; K 52941. 

Markley (Ethel L.) 3355 

Scenery set no. 1 P, general landscape. © May 
3, 1943; K 53068. 

Marten's publications. 3356 

Victory garden. © Apr. 15, 1943; K 53012. 

Mayer (Ernest J.) 3357 

Taper settii^ tool. © 1 c.Apr. 3, 1943: I 32354. 

Mead Johnson & co. 3358 

Babies supervised by physicians are better 
babies, 54. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1943; K 53047. 

Mellish (H. W.) & Mellish (Mrs. H. W.) 3359 

Two canine aristocrats— Scottish terriers, Ch. 
Heatherbelle Lady Scot and Heatherbelle Robin 
Adair. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1943; J 35233, 

Monks (A. G.) co. 3360 

Coast guardsman patrol license. ©Oct. 1, 1942; 
K 52951. 

Morale games feature service. 3361 

Communi Kay. © 1 c.Mar, 31, 1943; K 52964. 

Morris (Katharine Currin) 3362 

Sensible Susan says. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1943; K 
52755. 

Mountcastle map co. 3363-3366 

Equatorial system, FT-15. - Map projections, 
FT-90. - Pseudo-adiabatic diagram, FT-25. - 
Universal plotting chart, FT-20. © Apr. 1, 1943; I 
32550-32553. 

Mueller (Justus F.) 3367-3369 

Mueller-Ward model [and] key: 

[Mature and gravid proglottids of taenia 
pisiformis] - [Planaria] - [Scolex and hooks of 
taenia pisiformis] © Apr. 15, 1943; I 32531-32533. 

Murphy products co. 3370 

Sowing the seeds of success. © Mar. 1, 1943; J 
35298. 

Nail (Walter P.) 3371 

Battery terminal puller. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; 
I 32524. 



Name-on-label co. 3372-3377 

Frtfm the garden of. - From the V garden of. 

- From V garden. - Grown and put up by. - Home 
grown and canned by. - Home grown and put up by. 
© Apr. 15, 1943; K 53049-53054. 

National dairy council. 3378-3380 

Good: 

Breakfast. - Dinner. - Supper. © Mar. 15, 
1943; K 52945-52947. 

National fire protection assn, 3381 

Inspect, detect, correct fire hazards! © Mar. 

10, 1943; K 52950. 

National process co., inc. 3382 

Diamond Head, Hawaii; by Fred J. Hoertz. © 
Jan. 15, 1943; K 52948. 

Netschert (William Vincent Bernard) 3383 

Synalysis of unemployment benefit structures 

in several state laws. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1943; I 32540. 

Neumann (Cecilia Johanna) 3384 

Additional mechanical methods of correctly 
spacing flower or vegetable seeds. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1943; I 32327. 

New York graphic society. 3385-3389 

Marchandedes modes, 336; by Francois Boucher. 

- Pompadour (Marquise de) 335; by Francois 
Boucher. - Spring landscape, 799; by Grant Wood. 
© Mar. 26, 1943; H 2553-2555. 

Munchhausen (August von): 

En presentation, 703. - Sur la pointe, 704. 
© Mar. 19, 1943; H 2556, 2557. 

New York state. Police conference. 3390 

Police conference state of New York, 1943. © 
Jan. 1, 1943; K 51758. 

Nolan (Leo Devitt) 3391, 3392 

Engine driven amphibian assault boat in plastic 

plywood. © 1 c. May 8, 1943; I 32584. 

Hydro-tractor, high speed, all purpose torpedo 

boat. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1943; I 32357. 

Norcross. 3393 

1 had the craziets dream last night, 15B1177. © 
Jan. 23, 1943; K 53025. 

Northern pump co. 3394 

Armed freighter; by Gordon Grant. © Apr. 5, 
1943; K 52986. 

Oahu pub. CO. 3395 

Dream of the shepherdess; by Rambeau. © 
Nov. 28, 1942; K 52960. 

O'Donnell (Tom) 3396 

Poet's vision. © Mar. 20, 1943; K 52759. 

Oppenheira (Melisse [i. e. Mildred]) 3397 

Melisse manikin character doll. © Aug. 1, 1941; 
J 35237. 

Palmer (Roy P.) 3398 

Press-o-gram. © Feb. 10, 1943; K 52995. 

Pappas (William C.) 3399 

American youth. © Apr. 28, 1943; J 35315. 

Pennsylvania (Commonwealth) 3400 

Pennsylvania 2f cigarette tax [stamp] © Mar. 

11, 1943; K 52983. 



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3467 



Peterson (Clarence Stewart) 3401 

Presidential resting places. © Apr. 10, 1943; J 
35232. 



3402 
© Apr. 15, 1943; I 



Potter (Harry W.) 

Clipper-ship Stag Hound. 
32529. 

Presbrey-Leland studios, inc. 3403 

Wasserman [mausoleum] 43040. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1943; I 32337. 

Providence lithograph co. 3404-3409 

Happy time in Jesus' home; by Tobin. - Sister 
cares for her baby brother; by Cicely Barker. - 
We thank Thee for homes; by Handsaker, © Feb. 
17, 1943; K 52808-52810. 

How Philip helped; by Hartley. - On the way to 
church; by Linson. - Sharing beautiful things; by 
Draper, © Mar. 29, 1943; K 52805-52807. 

Rabourn (Jewel William) 3410, 3411 
U for unity. © Mar. 31, 1943; K 52942. 
-Same, © Apr. 26, 1943; K 53028. 

Racz (Stephen S.) 3412-3417 

Blueprint of victory: 

Avoid the black widow of war production, pre- 
vent accident and injury. - Don't be an absentee. 
- Give your undivided attention to your work. - 
Have you any suggestion? - It's late but not too 
late. - Plan 1=3. © Mar. 19, 1943; K 52952- 
52957. 

Republic flow meters co. 3418-3422 

[Recording instrument] chart, 14-CA-306208, 

14-40120, 68-25050. © Apr. 17, 1943; I 32518- 

32520. 

——56-51, 60-S-750. © Mar. 23, 1943; I 32319, 

32320. 

Riedl (Arnold T.) " 3423 

Fishing pole and fish net mounting. © 1 c. Mav 
7, 1943; I 32594. 

Ringling bros. & Barnum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc.' 3424-3428 

Circus - Ringling bros. Barnum & Bailey. © 
Apr. 14, 1943; K 53071. 

Rii^ling bros. and Barnum & Bailey band wagon. 
© Apr. 12, 1943; K 53069. 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus, let 
freedom ring. © Apr. IS, 1943; K 53070. 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus pre- 
sents: 

Gargantua (Mr. and Mrs.) the Great. - Hold 
your horses. © Mar, 15, 1943; K 53072, 53073. 

Robbins (D.) & co. 3429-3434 

Adolf's going places. - Fortune teller, I see a 
bad finish for you rats. - Look, Uncle Sam made 
monkeys of 'em. - Mine Fuehrer, how did you en- 
joy your trip to Russia? - Royal flush. - Un- 
conditional surrender, © Mar. 6, 1943; K 53014- 
53019. 

Robbins (Frederick Goodrich) 3435-3437 

Daniel Webster's fireplace. © Apr. 15, 1943; 

K 52589. 

In the highlands of New Hampshire. © Apr. 15, 

1943; K 52990. 

Northward, to the highest. © Apr. 1, 1943; K 

53037. 



Rood (Ray R.) 3438, 3439 

[Card ball game] - Rood 2, bowl pipe. © 1 c. 
each Apr, 9, 1943; I 32377, 32378. | 

Russell (Walter) 3440-3446 

Four freedoms: 

Freedom from fear. - Freedom from want. 
- Freedom of speech. - Freedom of worship. © 1 
c. each Apr. 13, 1943; J 35270=35273. 
War president: 

Front view. - Profile view. - Three-quarters 
view, © 1 c. each Apr. 13, 1943; J 35255-35257. 

Ruthman machinery co. 3447 

Gusher double suction machine tool coolant 
pump, 10023-E. © Mar. 22, 1943; I 32356. 

St. Anthony's guild. 3448 

Lord is thy protection. © Apr. 5, 1943; K 
52949. 

Sallman (V/arner E.) 3449 

He was afflicted, yet He opened not His mouth. 
[Sorrowing Christ] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1943; K 52966, 

Salvation army. 3450 

They shall be comforted. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1943; 
J 35310. 

Savage tool co. 3451 

Theory behind the use of Doall gage blocks. How 
Doall gages are used. How Doall gages are made. 
© Mar. 16, 1943; J 35275. 

Schick (Rudolf) 3452-3461 

Composition, fuel value and vitamin content of 
food. © June 17, 1941; I 32568. 

Development of the human body. - Vision, nor- 
mal and corrected sight, © Jan, 29, 1940; I 32569, 
32575. 

Digestive system in man. - Healthy heart. ® 
Oct. 3, 1940; I 32571, 32573, 

Ear, sectioned vertically. - Larynx with pharyrix, 
the common diseases of the throat. © Aug. 20, 
1940; I 32572, 32574. 

[Human body, back view with the system of 
nerves, etc.] © July 18, 1941; I 32576. 

[Human body, front view with tlie organs, cir- 
culation of the blood] © Jan. 20, 1942; I 32577. 

[Normal eye, protective mechanism of the eye 
and the sight as a function of the brain] © Feb. 5, 
1942; I 32570, 

Scriptures visualized institute. 3462 

This amazing universe. © Mar. 1,4943; J 35296. 

Seven-up co. 3463 

For all we hold dear. © May 3, 1943; K 53067. 

Shaw (Edmund Chase) 3464 

White Bear. © 1 c. May 4, 1943; J 35316, 

Shaw (Robert William) 3465 

Small area plotting chart. © Dec. 15, 1942; I 
32546. 

Sheriff (Jay Ed.) 3466 

Pre-rifled in jig, replaceable lining tube for 
guns and rifles. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1943; I 32467. 

Shipley (James Henry) 3467 

Shipley drift indicator. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1943; I 
32304. 



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3468 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



SoUs (James S.) 3468 

Motorcycle equipment. © 1 c. May 1, 1943; I 
32557. 

Soimd masters, inc. 3469 

Assembling a pontoon ring, SN-1298(b) © 1 c. 
May 1, 1943; J 35308. 

Specter (Harry C.) 3470 

Rush to a Yank. © Mar. 15, 1943; K 52994. 



Spinning (Robb Taylor) 

Moon Rae. © Dec. 16, 1942; J 35276. 



3471 



Springer (Dorothy George) 3472 

Young China. © 1 c. May 4, 1943; J 35317. 



Stearns (Mae) 

Iris, 3. © Apr. 9, 1943; J 35309. 



3473 



Steindl (Charles Richard) 3474 

Blossoms, they come and go, Jefferson's ideals 
live forever. © Apr. 6, 1943; J 35268. 

Stone (Murrel Truman) 3475 

Flag of the United States over the parade ground 
at Fort Knox, Ky. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; J 35274. 

Summervllle (William DavicO 3476 

Memorandum device. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1943; I 
32315. 

TagUabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 3477, 3478 

Tag [chart] A-10-0-5-8. © Mar. 17, 1943; 1 

32506. 

900-700-IR. © Apr. 21, 1943; I 32537. 

Talbot (Frederic Hugh) 3479 

Folding houses. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1943; I 32318. 

Thompson (Arthur S.) ' 3480 

Jewelers' lathe base combined with motor and 
countershaft. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; I 32373. 

Thompson (Cora D.) 3481 

Thompson memorial. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1943; I 
32544. 



Thompson (George W.) 3482 

Chart showing relationship to sounds. © Sept. 
30, 1942; I 32332. 

Tipman (Edward) 3483 

Non-drip pouring device for liquids. © 1 c. Apr. 
9, 1943; I 32370. 

Touchstone (P. N.) 3484 

Bar-b-cuer stove. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; I 32372. 

Trotman (Herbert) 3485 

Drain stopper and improvement. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1943;! 32316. 

Tucker (Jason U. Newton) 3486, 3487 
Cartridge motor. © 1 c. May 1, 1943; I 32559. 
Same. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32597. 

United States fidelity & guaranty co. 3488 

Insignia, medals, decorations, U. S. armed 
forces. © Apr. 15, 1943; K 53029. 



Universal Yeshivah of Jerusalem, inc. 3489, 3490 
If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand 
fail. - Kook (Rabbi A.I.),the Temple Mount and 
the Citadel of David, Jerusalem, Palestine. © Mar. 
15, 1943; K 52943, 52944. 

Utilities distributors, inc. 3491 

Slide rule scales for finding the square root of 
numbers. © Feb. 17, 1943; I 32298. 

Van (Charles) 3492 

4-F war bond club of U. S. A., foxhole - no. 1, 
940 Central ave., Yonkers, N. Y. © Feb. 23, 1943; 
K 52985. 

Vandenberg (Amelia) 3493 

Too old, too yoimg to work, Mary help us pray. 
© Jan. 20, 1943; J 35267. 

Van Dusen (Frederick E.) 3494 

Pilot's aeronautical plotter. © Nov. 17, 1942; I 
32388. 

Veazey (Robert W.) 3495 

Sturgeon wing. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1943; I 32312. 

Wakeman (Paul W.) 3496-3498 

3 needs of man, charts, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Apr. 

12, 1943; I 32464, 32465. 

—Chart 3. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1943; I 32555. 

Webber (Ebbert T.) 3499, 3500 

Sunbeam hotel. © Apr. 10, 1943; J 35306. 
Winter meditation. © Apr. 15, 1943; J 35307. 

Wesley (Walter Odell) 3501 

Confucius say: The principal foundation of all 
states is in good laws and good arms. © 1 c. Apr. 
22, 1943; K 53024. 

West (Henry W.) jr. 3502, 3503 

Profile view of Philipino man with tail, erect 
position. - Semi-profile view of Philipino man 
with tail,bent position. © 1 c. each Apr. 29, 1943; 
J 35311, 35312. 

Westerfield (Granville G.) 3504 

Plastic border binder. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1943; I 
32374. 

Weyer (Edward Moffat) jr. 3505 

Chart for determining the diu-ation of sunlight 
on any day of the year in any latitude from 30° 
to 90O. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32583. 

Willard (Stephen H.) 3506-3510 

Born of desert sun and wind. - Golden valleys 

of the infinite. - On wings of light. © Feb. 10, 

1943; J 35281-35283. 

Nos. 366, 367. © Mar. 1, 1943; J 35279, 35280. 

Williamson (Paul Tillman) 3511 

Automatic dentifrice dispenser. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1943; I 32317. 

Wilson (Roy C.) 3512 

Handi-brush. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1943; I 32310. 

Wlnans (Harold J.) 3513 

Winter at Dawson Creek, B.C. 1942-43. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1943; J 35313. 



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no. 4, 1943 



3517 



Winchester (Charles P.) 3514 

Demountable pump valve. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; 
I 32526. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc. 3515 

Pluravit pellet. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1943; I 32516. 



Wohlk (Henning) 3516 

Folding chair and table set. © 1 c. Apr.3, 1943; 
I 32355. 

Wolf (Florette) 3517 

Ferry command. © 1 c, Apr. 1, 1943; I 32336. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 

Reproductirai of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) ■ 34 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 373 one-copy entries) — 672 

Photographs (including 171 one-copy entries) 318 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 27 contributions to periodicals and other one -copy 

entries)——— — — - =— — 926 

Total———— — - - =-..__ 1950 



530112 O - 43 - 3 



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DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3517 



Naulty (Edwin Fairfax) & Naulty (Leslie Fairfax) 

1, 2 
Nault argo, Nault turbo speed craft, surface and 
submersible. R 117050, Apr. 3, 1943. 



Nault armed and armored motor car. Nault 
speed spindle body shell, spun or made in sections, 
equipped with special spiral laminated spring steel 
wheels. R 117051, Apr. 3, 1943. 

© E. F. Naulty & L. F. Naulty, Washington. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, 111. 3518, 3519 
For pharmaceuticals: 

Keep our schools our way. Tincture meta- 
phen mailing piece. © Mar. 13, 1943; KK 18326. 

This is our own, our native land. Sulfona- 
mides mailing piece. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18328. 

Acheson colloids Corp., Port Huron, Mich. 3520 
Dag colloidal graphite as a high temjierature lu- 
bricant. For colloidal graphite dispersions. © 
Apr. 9, 1943; KK 18578. 

Aeronca aircraft corp., Middletown, O. 3521, 3522 
For aircraft: 

Back to back. © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 18590. 
Here we go again. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18563. 

Aircraft screw products co., inc.. New York. 3523 
Heli-coil screw thread inserts, bulletin 238. 
For screw thread inserts. © Mar. 8, 1943; KK 
18316. 

Allen (Harold D.) East Hampton, Conn. 3524 

Gong Bell hit parade for 1943! For toys, © 
Apr. 12, 1943; KK 18925, 

Alton box board co., Alton, 111, 3525 

Instructions for applying shipping band on bomb. 
For shipping bands for bombs. © Mar. 15, 1943; 
KK 18915. 

American insulating machinery co., Philadelphia. 

3526, 3527 
For insulating winding machines; 

AIMCO OS20-MBB insulation winding ma- 
chine. © Dec. 10, 1940; KK 18830. 

AIMCO 1S20-SBB insulation winding machine. 
© Oct. 21, 1940; KK 18829. 

American mutual liability insurance co., Boston. 

3528 
Many firms are finding the men they need. For 
book. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 18591. 

American tobacco co., New York. 3529, 3530 

For cigarettes: 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. © Apr. 1, 
1943; KK 18482. 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. © Apr. 3, 
1943; KK 18547, 

American viscose corp,, New York. 3531-3534 

For rayon yarns: 

Bomber lands like a cat, thanks to rayon. © 
Jan. 1, 1943; KK 18513, 

Cloth that helps the navy see, © Feb. 4, 1943; 
KK 18614. 

How to care for rayon fabrics. © Mar. 30, 
1943; KK 18615. 

Rayon reports. Mar., 1943. © Feb. 28, 1943; 
KK 18613. 



Arden (Elizabeth) New York. 3535-3537 

Dramatic importance of two powders. For face 
powders. © Feb. 13, 1942; KK 18437. 



Dramatize your lips and fingertips. For cos- 
metics. © Jan. 9, 1942; KK 18729. 

Hail to thee, blithe spirit. For make-up. © 
Apr. 1, 1942; KK 18621. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 3538-3548 

Armour shows how to buy your meat. For meat, 
butter & shortening. © Mar. 26, 1&43; KK 18502. 
For meats: 

Armour's meat ration meals. © Apr. 8, 
1943; KK 18767. 

Armour's meat ration meals. © Apr. 16, 
1943; KK 18936. 

Armour's meat ration meals. © Apr. 23, 
1943; KK 18937. 

Armour's meat ration meals. © Apr. 30, 
1943; KK 18938. 

Half a Star ham for Easter. © Mar. 19, 1943; 
KK 18637. 

Men in tanks must eat quickly and well. © 
Apr. 2, 1943; KK 18697. 

No bone, no waste. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 
18636. 

Stews take little meat. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 
18280. 

What you can do with 1 lb. of meat. © Feb. 

24, 1943; KK 18279. 

Modern food miracle helps keep our army the 
best fed in the world. For powdered eggs. ©Mar. 
5, 1943; KK 18329. 

Armstrong cork co., Lancaster, Pa. 3549 

Lasting beauty in floors. For linoleum. © Jan. 

25, 1943; KK 18655. 

Arno adhesive tapes, inc., Michigan City, Ind. 

3550 
Arno tube seal no. 700. For adhesive tube seals. 
© Mar. 24, 1943; KK 18792. 

Audubon wire cloth corp., Philadelphia. 3551-3554 
For woven wire belts: 

Audubon Metalwove belts for high tempera- 
ture and air drawing furnaces, bulletin F. © Jan. 
22, 1943; KK 18926. 

Audubon Metalwove belts for meta]^quenching, 
bulletin A. © Jan. 22, 1943; KK 18927. 

Audubon Metalwove belts for washing and 
drying, bulletin A. © Jan. 22, 1943; KK 18928. 

Audubon Metalwove belts of chain drive type, 
bulletin G. © Jan. 22, 1943; KK 18929. 

Babcock & Wilcox co,, New York. 3555 

B & W tjrpe E pulverizer. For marine boilers. 
© Mar. 6, 1943; KK 18529. 

Bacharach industrial instrument co., Pittsburgh. 

3556 
Bacharach type 2-CPT chronomatic engine indi- 
cator. For a testing instrument for Diesel engines. 
© Apr. 13, 1943; KK 18700. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia. 3557 

SR-4 scanning recording equipment, bulletin 172. 
For recording equipment. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 
18876. 



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Bauer & Black, Chicago. 3558 

Now, for the first time, instant bandages with 
sulfathiazole. For bandages. © Mar. 22, 1943; 
KK 18438. 



Becker (D. B.) co. See 
a. Becker (D. B.) co. 



Becker (Daniel B.), d. b. 



Becker (Daniel B.), d. b. a, Becker (D. B.) co., St. 
Paul. 3559 

Becker Lock Grip, flexible finger, mechanical 

hand. For flexible finger, mechanical hand. © 

Apr. 5, 1943; KK 18890. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 3560 

Sudden death, made in U. S. A. For -aircraft. 
© Apr. 8, 1943; KK 18619. 

Bendix aviation corp., Bendix, N. J., New York. 

3561-3565 
For aircraft instruments: 

Installation instructions for diluter demand 
oxygen regulator AN 6004-1. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 
18558. 

Service bulletin, installation of setscrew in 
relief valve plug of autosyn fuel flow transmitter. 
© Mar. 16, 1943; KK 18559. 

Service bulletin, modification of types 1705— 
Al and 1705 — A2 link trainer turn and bank indi- 
cators to types 1705— Bl and 1705— B2. © Mar. 
16, 1943; KK 18560. 

Mighty lungs for roaring airpower. For air- 
craft carburetor. © Jan. 20, 1943; KK 18565. 

Strong man of the invisible crew. For precision 
instruments, aircraft engine starters. © Mar. 17, 
1943; KK 18685. 



Best & CO., inc.. New York. 3566-3573 

Best's for good cottons. For dresses, pinafores 
& playsuits. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 18826. 

By appointment to H. R. H. the American baby. 
For baby furniture & bedding, clothes, carriage & 
its accessories. © Mar. 28, 1943; KK 18478. 

Casual coats, young charmers. For women's 
coats, girls' dresses. © Apr. 4, 1943; KK 18530. 

Exclusive with Best's Nada fashions perfect for 
wartime living. For ladies hats, coat, dress, robe, 
suit, blouse, gloves & bag. © Mar. 21, 1943; KK 
18422. 

Good sturdy stuff for boys. Best's exclusive 
Whitman gabardines. For boys' pants, overalls, 
shirts & suits & shorts. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 
18825. 

Little dress. For dresses. © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 
18702. 

Winners. For dresses, coat, suit, hat, bag, 
gloves & blouse. © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 18659. 

Youth is our specialty and particularly at Easter 
time. For baby outfitting & furniture, children's 
shoes, boys' shorts, jackets & suits, girls' coats, 
dresses & suits. © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 18604. 



Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonvllle, 
Conn. 3574, 3575 

For pile fabric floor covering: 

Chances are you have more money and there's 
less to buy. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18933. 

There are some things money can't buy, but 
you can still buy beauty in Bigelow rugs. © Mar. 
20, 1943; KK 18480. 



Block (Harry), d. b. a. Block marble co., Phila- 
delphia. 3576 
Block marble co., reduced price list. For coin 

machine parts and supplies. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 

18561. 

Block marble co. See Block (Harry), d.b. a. Block 
marble co. 

Bon Ami co.. New York. 3577, 3578 

For cleanser: 

This sink really shows it's had good care. 
© Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18639. 

Today it's important to ask your cleanser. 
© Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18801. 

Bonwit Teller, inc.. New York. 3579-3582 

For women's apparel: 

Palter De Liso's blues. © Apr. 11, 1043; KK 
18633. 

Really, silk shantung. © Apr. 4, 1943; KK 
18532. 

She laughs last. © Mar. 28, 1943; KK 18470. 

Small-waisted coats. © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 
18632. 

Borden co., Dallas, Houston, New York. 3583-3607 
Beulah's taking a flier at housework. For vita- 
min and mineral fortified drink. © i^r. 6, 1943; 
KK 18611. 

Borden's four star specials. For milk and ice 
cream. © Mar, 28, 1943; KK 18920. 

Children really had it coming to them. For 
fluid milk. © Nov. 10, 1942; KK 18357. 

Customers come flying since we started making 
our mince pies with Borden's. For mince meat. © 
Nov. 16, 1942; KK 18305. 
For dairy products: 

Advice to worriers about food shortages. © 
Mar. 31, 1943; KK 18786. 

Are you trying to say I'm a slacker? © Apr. 
2, 1943; KK 18612. 

But Elmer, you're missing the whole point 
of point rationing. © Mar. 9, 1943; KK 18610. 

But think of the rubber you're saving, urged 
Elsie. © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 18358. 

Here's one way to settle your manpower prob- 
lem. © Mar. 17, 1943j KK 18355. 

If it's Borden's it's got to be good. © Mar. 
1, 1943; KK 18748. 

My department, says Elsie, is the O. F. E. © 
Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18356. 

Some light on the food situation. © Apr. 14, 
1943; KK 18785. 

For evaporated milk: 

Can I take his order for some Borden's evap- 
orated milk. © Oct. 13, 1942; KK 18609. 

I oughta string you up, pardner. © Mar. 31, 
1943; KK 18608. 
For fresh milk: 

Buy yourself a war bond dear. © Mar. 30, 
1943; KK 18783. 

Easy as pie to pour the cream from this bot- 
tle. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18784. 

Hurrah, for the bottle that pours like a pitch- 
er! © Mar. 24, 1943; KK 18781. 

This Is a snap, my wife packs a lunch a man 
can work on. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18782. 
For homogenized milk: 

And lots of people used to think milk was just 
a kid's drink. © May 4, 1943; KK 18918. 

In war as in peace we stand by our pledge. 
© Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18932. 



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3657 



Mamma, does that mean Uncle Sam wants 
everybody to drink milk? © Apr, 6, 1943; KK 
18919. 

Milk helps make the man. © Apr. 6, 1943; 
KK 18588. 

For milk and cream: 

Bordens and O'Learys aren't related. © Apr. 
15, 1943; KK 18787. 

Let's buy everything here, mummyl © Mar. 
20, 1943; KK 18747. 

How to whip light cream. For cream. © Mar. 
23, 1943; KK 18451. 

Bostitch, inc., East Greenwich, R. I. 3608 

Stapling pliers by Bostitch. For stapling ma- 
chines. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18423. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 3609-3612 
Botany, a Botany fabric. For woolen piece goods. 
© May 1, 1943; KK 18863. 

For worsted and woolen piece goods: 

Botany has shock-absorbing plans for you. © 
Apr. 27, 1943; KK 18851. 

Nowadays, I leave my jewels out, and put my 
precious Botany coat in the safe. © Apr. 13, 1943; 
KK 18676. 

She is wearing her mink to market and sav- 
ing her Botany all-wool coat. © Mar. 30, 1943; KK 
18589. 

Brewers scientific laboratories, inc., Rahway, N. 
J. 3613, 3614 

Don't curtail production— Nuzan. For substitute 

for malt. © Jan. 2, 1943; KK 18457. 

Save hops with BSL process. For chemical 

activator of hops. © Jan. 2, 1943; KK 18458. 

Burry biscuit corp., Elizabeth, N. J. 3615 

Bright spots for your wartime menu. For bis- 
cuits. © Apr. 8, 1943; KK 18662. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

3616-3618 
For oranges; 

Best for juice and every use. LA-3420. © 
Mar. 2, 1943; KK 18579. 

Lunch-box vitamins. LA-3348-C. © Mar. 2, 
1943; KK 18580. 

Lemons help 5 ways with a cold, LA-3461-A. 
For lemons. © Mar. 14, 1943; KK 18448. 

California spray-chemical corp., Richmond, Calif. 

3619 
Victory garden pest control program. For in- 
secticides and fungicides. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 
18524. 

Callite tui^sten corp.^ Union City, N. J. 3620 

Callite tungsten no-wear metal, bulletin 153. 
For a cemented carbide for hard facing. © Mar. 3, 
1943; KK 18525. 

Carter coal co., New York. 3621, 3622 

For Pocahontas coal: 

Every Wasp had its Jack Tilley! © Mar. 25, 
1943; KK 18618. 

Good citizens in the making. © Mar. 11, 1943; 
KK 18465. 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 3623, 3624 

For home movies: 

New Castle war movie. © Jan. 31, 1943; KK 
18602. 



Now you can own West Point symbol of our 
army. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18603. 

Celanese celluloid corp., New York. 3625-3627 

For plastics: 

Aero-quality Lumarith. © Mar. 1, 1943: KK 
18693. 

Checking impact strength. © Jan. 28, 1943; 
KK 18455. 

If you are working on a war application. © 
Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18692. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 3628 

Celairese, the new Celanese staple rayon fibre. 
For staple fibre. © Apr, 20, 1943; KK 18752. 

Cessna aircraft co., Wichita. 3629 

Things are looking up in Wichita for young folks 
nowadays. For aircraft. © May 21, 1942; KK 
18754. 

Charm-kurl co., St. Paul. 3630, 3631 

For home permanent wave set: 

Permanent wave complete home kit 59^. © 
Apr. 11, 1943; KK 18902. 

Permanent wave only 59( for complete home 
kit. © Apr. 18, 1943; KK 18894. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 3632-3634 
For coal: 

Coal is a fightii^ fuel. © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 
18788. 

Sharing this wartime need helps youl © Jan. 
25, 1943; KK 18791, 

What, cash-and-carry coal? © Feb. 23, 1943; 
KK 18790. 

Church & Dwight co., inc.. New York. 3635 

Recipes to stretch your sugar ration. For bak- 
ing soda. © July 29, 1943; KK 18914. 

Clay -Adams co,, inc. New York. 3636 

Human osteology, catalog 141, January, 1943. 
For bone preparations and accessories, cabinets, 
stands, etc. © Jan. 22, 1943; KK 18264. 

Cleaver -Brooks co., Milwaukee. 3637 

Cutaway view of Cleaver-Brooks steam genera- 
tor. © Apr. 10, 1943; KK 18681. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 3638-3642 

For household bleach and disinfectant: 

Clorox-clean kitchens for added health pro- 
tection! © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18666. 

Clorox-clean kitchens for added health pro- 
tection! © Mar. 28, 1943; KK 18668. 

Clorox-clean washbasin is important to health 
defense! © Mar. 14, 1943; KK 18667. 

Health authorities urge greater home sani- 
tation. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18670. 

Health authorities urge greater home sani- 
tation! © Mar. 28, 1943; KK 18669. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 3643-3657 

For soft drink: 

And back to work, refreshed. Two men and 
one woman defense workers. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 
18862. 

Ask the paratrooper. © Mar. 13, 1943; KK 
18540. 

Ask the paratrooper. © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 
18741. 



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Ask the ranker from Dieppe. © Feb. 1, 1943; 
KK 18538. 

Coca-cola. © Jan. 18, 1943; KK 18631. 

Give me Coca-cola, it's the real thing. Stoker. 
© Apr. 5, 1943; KK 18740. 

I like to get my fair share. Woman shopper 
in beret. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18543. 

r'm saying this for Uncle Sam. Coke and 
victory bond panel. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 18586. 

It's nice to find hard-to=get articles. Wo- 
man with groceries. © Mar. 30, 1943; KK 18821. 

Nothii^ refreshes like a Coke. Soldier and 
girl on bicycles. © Apr, 8, 1943; KK 18742. 

Rest-pause that refreshes. Three girl de- 
fense workers at cooler. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 18539. 

Sunday night G. H. Q. for refreshment. Decoy 
duck table. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 18585. 

Taste that charms. Girl at fountain, back 
view. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 18541. 

That extra something. School girl with books. 
© Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18542. 

That's the spirit of '43. Workman in over- 
alls. © Mar. 29, 1943; KK 18587. 

Connor (W. B.) engineering corp.. New York. 3658 
Selection and capacity, Kno-draft air diffusers. 
For air diffusers, © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18824. 

Conservator products co., Philadelphia. 3659, 3660 
For space heater: 

Amazing new invention. © Apr. 16, 1943; KK 
18719. 

Millions will be sold, and you can get them to 
sell. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18595. 

Continental steel corp., Kokomo, Ind. 3661 

Your priority on future sales. For steel prod- 
ucts. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 18759. 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 3662 

See hew Pyrex ware can make your wartime 
meals the best you ever tasted. For household 
glassware. © Mar. 21, 1943; KK 18476. 

Coty, inc.. New York. 3663-3669 

For cosmetics: 

Air-spun make up. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 
18481. 

If you're in love, wear Muguet des Bois. © 
May 5, 1943; KK 18835. 

New salon shades. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 
18522. 

New salon shades. © Apr. 6, 1943; KK 18533. 
For perfumes; 

Fragrant gift for Mother's day. © May 4, 
1943; KK 18896. 

Word about perfumes by Coty. © Apr. 5, 
1943; KK 18671. 

Sub Deb. For lipstick. © Apr. 29, 1943; KK 
18934. 

Cramer "Tobias-Meyer, New York. 3670 

Keep fit this spring. For men's clothing. © Jan. 
28, 1943; KK 18893. 

Cutler Hammer, inc., Chicago. 3671 

Navy conserves for victory, won't you? For 
electrical control. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 18479. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York. 3672, 3673 

For beauty preparations. 

Old love in a new dress. © Apr. 7, 1942; KK 
18593. 



Ready to do a bang-up job fox you. © Mar. 
5, 1942; KK 18592. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago, 3674 

More you honor me, the more will I bless you. 
For statuary and shrines for church use. © Apr. 
13, 1943; KK 18680. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. . 3675-3678 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Advance data sheet no. 517. © Mar. 10, 1943; 
KK 18570. 

Advance data sheet no. 518. © Mar. 10, 1943; 
KK 18572. 

Day-brite bulletin no. 65. For fixtures for 
fluorescent lighting. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18571. 

Day-brite facilities for war production. For war 
production items and incandescent and fluorescent 
lighting fixtures. © Mar. 29, 1943; KK 18714. 

Dayton rubber mfg. co., Dayton, O. 3679 

Your business, and ours is victory. For V-belts. 
© Mar. 5, 1942; KK 18598. 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 

3680-3682 
For grinding wheels: 

Are you afraid to give Por-os -way the works? 
© Feb. 9, 1943; KK 18638. 

Armor plate is apple pie for the Por-os -way 
wheel. © Apr. 8, 1943; KK 18768. 

Important notice to war plants concerning 
Por-os-way deliveries. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18698. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 3683, 3684 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 
Liaison. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18569. 
Wherever you land, © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 
18353. 



Dr. Pepper co., Dallas; 

Onward garden soldiers. 
Apr. 14, 1943; KK 18623. 



3685 
For soft drink. © 



Drackett co., Cincinnati. 3686-3688 

For powder to clean household pipes & drains; 
Her kitchen neat as a pin, yet sewer germs 
thrive in her drain. © Jan. 10, 1943; KK 18377. 

How many sewer germs. © Feb. 10, 1943; 
KK 18645. 

Sewer germs live a few inches from where you 
wash your hands. For powder to clean pipes and 
drains. © Apr. 17, 1942; KK 18699. 

Dritz-Traum co., inc.. New York, 3689 

Mend it with Irontex, the miracle fabric mender. 
For fabric mender. © Mar. 17, 1943; KK 185"^. 

Drott (Edward A.) Milwaukee, 3690 

Hi-way service for 1943. For highway equip- 
ment. © Mar. 27, 1943; KK 18908. 

DuPont de Nemours (E. I.) & co., inc., Wilmington, 
Del. 3691 

Paint protects America. For paint. © Apr. 

12, 1943; KK 18949. 

Eagle pencil co.. New York. 3692 

Drafting for victory. For lead pencils. © Feb. 
26, 1943; KK 18471. 

El Adaros (Abd>el Rahman) Chicago. 3693 

Spiritual seership, course no. 54. For book. © 
Jan. 2, 1943; KK 18475. 



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3744 



Endlcott Johnson Corp., Endicott, N. Y. 3694, 3695 
Smart Easter styles well worth coupon no. 17. 

For women's shoes, © Apr. 23, 1943; KK 18832. 
Specially processed rubber soles will outwear 

leather. For shoes, children's. © Apr. 15, 1943; 

KK 18833. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 3696-3703 

For gasoline: 

What does your na'me mean? Regina. © Feb. 
24, 1943; KK 18275. 

What's in a name? Anastasia. © Apr. 21, 
1943; KK 18847. 

What's in a name? Arnold. © Feb 22, 1943; 
KK 18274. 

What's in a name? Cecil. © Apr. 2, 1943; 
KK 18846. 

What's in a name? Elsie. © Jan, 21, 1943; 
KK 18277. 

What's in a name? Harriet. © Feb. 24, 
1943; KK 18276. 

What's in a name? Meredith. © Feb. 20, 
1943; KK 18273. 

What's in a name? Prudence, Mary, William. 
© Mar. 23, 1943; KK 18845. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago, 3704 

Fairbanks-Morse figure 6360 propeller pumps. 
For pumps. © Apr. 14, 1943; KK 18836. 

Field (Marshall) & co,, Chicago. 3705-3710 

For girls' clothing: 

Merry Thriften captures attention, © Mar, 
19, 1943; KK 18396. 

Merry Thriften gets an Easter surprise, © 
Apr. 23, 1943; KK 18834. 

Merry Thriften goes to a skirt and sweater 
dance, © Apr. 9, 1943; KK 18745. 

Merry Thriften learns to multiply. © Mar. 
12, 1943; KK 18265. 

Merry Thriften stretches her budget. © Apr. 
16, 1943, KK 18746. 

Merry Thriften takes all tricks. © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 18521. 

Finch (Jos. S.) & co., inc.. New York. 3711 

Remember this famous sign of five great whis- 
kies. For whiskey. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 18622. 

Fischer & co., inc., New York. 3712, 3713 

All the loveliness you could possibly wish for. 

For pure silk sheer nightgOT7n, lingerie. © May 1, 

1943; KK 18887. 

Your dream slip, heavenly lingerie by Fischer. 

For rayon deluxe slip, lingerie. © Apr. 30, 1943; 

KK 18888. 

Fleischmann distilling Corp., Peekskill, N. Y. 

3714 
Always a winner ! For liquor. © Jan. 22, 1942; 
KK 18895. 

Florists' telegraph delivery assn., Detroit. 3715 
Doctor's prescription. For flowers by telegraph. 
© Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18646. 

Fritsch (Lewis A.) Cincinnati. 3716 

War-lastik, For trusses for hernia. © Jan. 30, 
1943; KK 18487. 

Geller (Andrew) Brooklyn. 3717 

Rhamgodies, like Javanese jewels on your feet. 
For shoes. © Jan. 16, 1942; KK 18266. 



General baking co.. New York. 3718 

Now perfect, even slices every time. For bread. 
© Feb. 8, 1943; KK 18272. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

3719, 3720 
For arc welder: 

G-E engine-driven arc welder, 300-ampere 
size. © Feb. 22, 1943; KK 18473. 

G-E engine-driven arc welder, 400-ampere 
size. © Feb. 22, 1943; KK 18318. 

General foods corp.. New York. 3721 

Baker's southern style coconut says: I'm get- 
ting scarce. For coconut. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
18634. 



General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 3722-3726 

For cereal: 

Breakfast for the job. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 
18441. 

Here's ration relief. © Feb. 28, 1943; KK 
18444. 

How do you pronounce breakfast? © Feb. 24, 
1943; KK 18334. 

Raise your calves the Larro way. For feed. © 
Mar. 18, 1943; KK 18440. 

We call it our vitamin dessert. For flour. © 
Feb. 10, 1943; KK 18442. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 3727-3730 

For truck tires: 

General logger favorites. ©Mar. 25, 1943; 
KK 18935. 

General logger tire. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 
18749. 

General distributors are first choice for com- 
plete tire service. For tires, recaps. © Mar. 25, 
1943; KK 18511. 

Where aircraft run on roads. For industrial 
balloon tires. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18338. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 

3731-3744 
For whiskey: 

Chicago's most famous landmark. © Nov. 
24, 1942; KK 18879. 

Have you tried Glenmore. © Oct. 17, 1942; 
KK 18886. 

He serves best who serves Glenmore. © 
Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18545. 

Here's Chicago's busiest bridge. © Dec. 11, 
1942; KK 18878. 

How to make good drinks better. © Oct. 30, 
1942; KK 18885. 

If you go for a milder bourbon. © Feb. 5, 
1943; KK 18544. 

In exclusive circles, it's Glenmore. © Feb. 
1, 1943; KK 18820. 

Just say Glenmore. © Jan. 2, 1942; KK 18861. 

Let Glenmore give new life to old favorites. 
© Dec. 4, 1942; KK 18860. 

One of the world's greatest boulevards, © 
Nov, 6, 1942; KK 18884, 

Soldier's field, the stadium Chicago is proud 
to own, © Nov, 20, 1942; KK 18882, 

State and Madison, what a corner, © Nov, 
13, 1942; KK 18883. 

Stop, look, and make a note. © Nov. 24, 1942; 
KK 18880. 

When just any bourbon vfoa't do. © Nov. 20, 
1942; KK 18881. 



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Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York, 3745-3750 

For cosmetics: 

Every day's a red letter day. © Mar. 28, 
1943; KK 18499. 

Every day's a red letter day. ® Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 18620. 

It's a summer for sun and sense. © Apr. 24, 
1943; KK 18796. 

1/2 price sale. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18635. 

These busy days call for quick cleansing. © 
Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18278. 

These busy days call for quick cleansing. © 
Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18501. 

Gresh (Earl) St. Petersburg, Fla, 3751 

Woods of Florida purse. For wooden purse. © 
Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18817. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 3752-3756 

For watches: 

Dramatic story of Gruen wartime service. © 
Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18374. 

Electrical knife that speeds up war-time sur- 
gery. © Mar, 25, 1943; KK 18800. 

Gruen advertising reaches millions. © Apr. 
9, 1943; KK 18640. 

How to judge a wristwatch. © Apr. 16, 1943; 
KK 18799. 

They trapped a Nazi plane with a few German 
words 1 © Apr, 8, 1943; KK 18641. 

Guillow (Paul K.) Wakefield, Mass. 3757, 3758 

For model airplane glider: 

Basic trainer. © Dec. 8, 1942; KK 18515. 
Fly-a-way glider. © Dec. 8, 1942; KK 18514. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 3759-3762 

For ale: 

Here's the feature. © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 
18905. 

It rolled down here. © Apr, 27, 1943; KK 
18903. 

Now for the $64 question. © Mar. 16, 1943; 
KK 18406, 

They sure get around. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
18904. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N. Y, 

3763-3768 
For rennet powder; 

Aunt Rennie please make my milk into a ren- 
net-custard. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18565. 

Extra reserves for health. © Mar. 24, 1943; 
KK 18762. 

For rennet tablets: 

Amazing new way to make butter go 2 times 
as far. © Mar, 30, 1943; KK 18931. 

Make butter go 2 times as far. © Apr. 6, 
1943; KK 18761. 

Make smooth ice cream with light cream. © 
Apr, 29, 1943; KK 18909. 

New wartime use for Junket rennet tablets. For 
tablets and powder, freezing and fudge mix, and 
Danish dessert. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18939. 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 3769 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 3, Mar., 1943. 
For lithographic supplies. © Mar. 27, 1943; KK 
18503. 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Chicago. 3770 

Darling, please feed Junior at 6. For clothing. 
© Apr. 12, 1943; KK 18661. 



Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

3771-3773 
For chemicals: 

Newest in sea-going underwear. © Apr. 15, 
1943; KK 18780. 

This navy nurse is tough. © Apr. 12, 1943; 
KK 18663. 

With this light you can see the future. For chem- 
icals, cellulose nitrate. © Mar. 20, 1943; KK 
18352. 

Historical pub. co., Dallas. 3774 

Fighting men of Texas. For book. © Dec. 10, 
1942; KK 18657. 

Hitparade, inc.. New York. 3775-3777 

For sound records and sheet music. 

Hit parade, © Mar. 29, 1943; KK 18447. 
Hit parade, © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 18518. 
Hit parade. © Apr. 26, 1943; KK 18864. 

Holeproof hosiery co., Milwaukee. 3778 

Gift of beauty with emphasis on fine quality. For 
stockings. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 18351. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

House of Gabrielle. See Liszt (Rudolph G.) & Schles- 
inger (David), d. b. a. House of Gabrielle. 

Hyde Park breweries assn., inc., St. Louis. 

3779-3781 
For alcoholic beverages: 

Greetings to a great ball club. © Mar. 15, 
1943; KK 18651. 

Sure is great to get home, © Jan. 25, 1943; 
KK 18376. 

You can tell it's extra-aged, © Mar, 23, 1943; 
KK 18652. 

Industrial tape Corp., New Brunswick, N. J. 

3782-3785 
For tapes: 

Army-navy scrapbook for the automotive 
boys. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 18337. 

Army-navy scrapbook for the automotive boys. 
© Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18466. 

Army-navy scrapbook for the automotive 
boys. © Apr. 10, 1943; KK 18912. 

Army-navy scrapbook for the folks back home. 
© Apr. 28, 1943; KK 18910. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 3786 

I couldn't do anything else. For silverware, © 
Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18650. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 3787 

Best bet for store traffic. For sterling inlaid 

silver plate. © Apr. 9, 1943; KK 18726. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

3788-3790 
For men's socks: 

Interwoven genuine Derby rib socks, WC-110 
[and] Interwoven sub-tones, WC-111. © Mar. 23, 
1943; KK 18696. 

Interwoven special quality war service socks, 
WC 114 [and] Knockout of a sock, WC-115. © Mar. 
23, 1943; KK 18694. 



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Tip that protects, WC-112 [and] Bombardier 
clocks, WC-113. © Mar. 23, 1943; KK 18695. 

Iversen (Henry H.) Omaha. 3791 

Victuals with vitamin. For dog food. © Mar. 
26, 1943; KK 18446. 

Jewel tea co., inc., Harrington, 111. 3792 

First day at school. For groceries. © Dec. 21, 
1942; KK 18922. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 

3793, 3794 
For steel: 

Maintenance men help speed war steel pro- 
duction. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 18806. 

Teamwork pouring steel backs up our fight- 
ing men. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 18462. 

Kayser (Julius) & co.. New York. 3795 

Mother's day means more this year. For wo- 
men's slips, gloves, nightgowns, hosiery. © May 
1, 1942; KK 18772. 

KeUogg CO., Battle Creek. 3796-3799 

Has the war upset your breakfast habits? For 
corn cereal. © Feb, 26, 1943; KK 18867. 

Meat rationing no worry for dog owners. For 
dog food. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18601. 

Save time, fuel, work, other foods. For break- 
fast cereal. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18868, 

So timely, fits your food needs at any meal. For 
rice cereal. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18869. 

Knight-Counihan co., San Francisco. 3800 

Don't worry about your O. D. T. record prob- 
lems. For daily record form & daily truckreport, 
© Oct. 28, 1942; KK 18474. 

Knox (Charles B.) gelatine co., inc., Johnstown, N. 
Y. " 3801 

Here's something to do about rationing. For 

gelatine. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18600. 

Konformax laboratories, inc., Brooklyn. 3802-3804 
Konformax impression material. For impres- 
sion material. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 18859, 

Konformax rebase and rebase accelerator. For 
dentures rebasing material. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 
18512. 

Techniques for practical full lower and upper 
dentures. For dental impression materials. © 
Apr. 9, 1943; KK 18858. 

Kops bros,, inc., New York. 3805 

Bouquet to your beauty. For foundation garments. 
© Apr. 15, 1943; KK 18760. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 3806-3811 

For cheese: 

It's smart wartime saving to get the cream 
cheese that's guaranteed fresh. © Feb. 19, 1943; 
KK 18871. 

Smooth-melting Velveeta helps solve those 
main dish problems. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18870. 

Speed wartime meals with these nutritious 
Kraft products. © Feb. 14, 1943; KK 18364. 
For oleomargarine & cheese: 

I can't stop now, girls. My grocer's new stock 
of Parkay margarine has just arrived. © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 18873. 

Wartime shopper — Smooth-melting Velveeta. 
© Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18360. 



What do you say, girls? Shall we flip for that 
last poimd of Parkay margarine? © Mar. 19, 1943; 
KK 18872. 

Lachow (Louis) advertising agency, St. Louis. 

3812, 3813 
For advertising mats: 

Storage series nos. 300-324. © Mar. 12, 
1943; KK 18528. 

Storage series nos. 325-342. © Mar. 12, 
1943; KK 18527, 

Lehmann (Herbert) inc.. New York. 3814 

Officers rank insignia [with illustrated chart of 
army chevrons and insignia] For chevrons and 
shoulder sleeve insignia. © Mar. 8, 1943; KK 
18346. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

3815-3829 
Duration Leg-do. For leg-make-up. © Mar. 
22, 1943; KK 18384. 
For cosmetics: 

For skin thrilling to look at. © Mar. 29, 
1943; KK 18576. 

Keep your skin clean and bright. © May 1, 
1943; KK 18865. 

Tussy creams and lotions. © Mar. 24, 1943; 
KK 18382. 

Tussy make-up. © Mar. 24, 1943; KK 18383. 
For deodorant cream: 

Please to meet you. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 
18380. 

Should a girl ever pay the check? © Mar. 
19, 1943; KK 18379. 

Should a girl ever pay the check? © Apr. 
16, 1943; KK 18765. 

Who pays. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18381. 
Who pays for the ring? © Apr. 21, 1943; KK 
18797. 

For disinfectant: 

Casualty on the home front. © Mar. 20, 1943; 
KK 18660. 

This little fellow, a target? © Mar. 19, 1943; 
KK 18574. 

For hand lotion: 

Like he said, gee, monkey-face. © Apr. 9, 
1943; KK 18766. 

Yankee Doodle dandiest hands he ever did 
see. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18500. 

Lookie, my hands do war work. For lotion. © 
Apr, 19, 1943; KK 18716. 

Letterheads co.. New York. 3830 

New, your picture on your stationery. For let- 
terheads. © Apr. 26, 1943; KK 18803. 

Lewis (G. B.) co., Watertown, Wis. 3831 

1943 bee supply catalog. For farm equipment, 

beekeepers' supplies. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18333. 

Liberty show ptg, co., Pittsburgh, 3832 

Ration book holder. For beer. © Mar. 1, 1943; 
KK 18771. 

Llebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 3833 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says Miss 
Rheingold 1943. For alcoholic beverage, © Mar. 
8, 1943; KK 18647. 

Life of wheat co., Monticello, 111. 3834 

Life of wheat reducing chart. For wheat germ. 
© Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18840. 



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Ligget & Myers tobacco co. , New York, 3835-3837 
For cigarettes: 

But there's no hiding Chesterfield's milder 
better taste. U. S. rangers, © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 
18630. 

Five ships a day. Shipyard. © Mar. 29, 
1943; KK 18537. 

They're true to their pledge. Doctor. © 
Apr. 26, 1943; KK 18822. 

Liszt (Rudolph G.) & Schlesinger (David), d. b. a. 
House of Gabrielle, New York. 3838 

House of Gabrielle presents. For cosmetics. 

© Jan. 22, 1943; KK 18331. 

Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp., Bur- 
bank, Calif. 3839, 3840 

For aircraft: 

Bruiser, LA~204. © Mar, 5, 1943; KK 18325. 
Bruiser, LA-205. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 
18617. 

Lockwedge shoe corp. of America, inc., Columbus, 
O. 3841, 3842 

For women's shoes: 

Do you know what this great doctor has done 
for aching feet? © Mar. 27, 1942; KK 18906. 

Let world famous Dr. Locke shoes help you 
to foot comfort. © Feb. 20, 1942; KK 18907. 

Long (W. E.) CO., Chicago. 3843 

Do you know the answer? For radio scripts. © 
Apr. 19, 1943; KK 18819. 

Longines-Wittnauer watch co., inc., New York. 

3844 
Longines introduces army-navy time signal an= 
nouncements. © Mar. 17, 1943; KK 18354. 

Lorr laboratores, Paterson, 3845, 3846 

Dura-gloss picks you up. For nail polish. © 

Mar. 25, 1943; KK 18764. 

Loveliest legs in the U. S. A. wear Lorr leg -tan. 

For leg tan. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18594. 

Loudon packing co., Terre Haute, Ind. 3847-3850 
For V-8 vegetable juice: 

Many fresh vegetables make V-8's fine flavor. 
© Apr. 30, 1943; KK 18852. 

Umm-m-m, let's do this more often. © May 
27, 1942; KK 18945. 

What's good for you is good for the U. S. A. 
© June 10, 1942; KK 18944. 

This fresh vegetable goodness is V-8's delicious 
juice combination. For vegetable cocktail. © Mar. 
24, 1943; KK 18460. 

McGraw electric co., filgin. 111. 3851 

Lend-lease, if you have the ham'n eggs and cof- 
fee. For automatic electric toasters. © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 18531. 

Magnolia petroleum co., Dallas. 3852, 3853 

Car conservation is vital to victory. For Mobil- 

gas-Mobiloil. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18811. 

Wake up, time to summarize. For gasoline & 

motor oil. © Apr. 6, 1943; KK 18577. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 3854 
Circle and monogram. Mar., 1943. For diction- 
aries. © Mar. 9, 1943; KK 18624. 



Michigan clamp co., Jackson, Mich. 3855 

Twisted high speed pressure units and C -clamps. 
For threaded clamping tools. © Mar. 12, 1943; 
KK 18425. 

Mido watch co. of America, inc.. New York. 

3856, 3857 
For watches: 

Waterproof watch that winds itself. © Mar. 
15, 1943; KK 18317. 

Waterproof watch that winds itself. © Mar. 
24, 1943; KK 18493. 

Mitchell mfg. co., Chicago. 3858 

Smashing values in pictures, catalog 500. For 
pictures framed. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 18727, 

Moglen mfg. co., New York. 3859-3865 

For embroidered insignia: 

Army air force order blank. © Mar. 29, 
1943; KK 18450. 

Army insignia order blank. © Apr. 21, 1943; 
KK 18743. 

Chevron order blank, © Mar. 29, 1943; KK 
18449. 

Handkerchief order blank. © Apr. 12, 1943; 
KK 18519. 

Pennant order blank. © Mar. 20, 1943; KK 
18269. 

Victory corps order blank. © Mar. 20, 1943; 
KK 18268. 

Moglen manufacturing co. [letterhead] For em- 
broidered military insignia. © Mar. 30, 1943; 
KK 18469. 



Morrell (John) & co., Ottumwa, la. 3866 

3 little boxers and how they grew. For dog food. 
© Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18439. 

Motor wheel corp.,. Lansing, Mich. 3867 

Give me a Duo-therm's-worth of war bonds. 
For oil heating appliances. © Jan. 25, 1943; KK 
18378. 

National council for the promotion of Father's day, 
inc. , New York. 3868 

Dress up your store for Father's day. For store 

display matter. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18724. 

National dairy council, Chicago. 3869-3873 

Food value of ice cream. For ice cream mix. 
© Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18690. 
For milk: 

Foods furnishing the same amount of calcium. 
© June 20, 1940; KK 18453, 

Foods furnishing the same amount of calcium 
as one quart of milk. © June 24, 1940: KK 18556. 

Milk completes your daily meals. © June 20, 
1940; KK 18452. 

Milk completes your daily meals. © June 24, 
1940; KK 18557. 

National distillers products corp. , New York. 

3874-3876 
For blended rye or bourbon whiskey: 

What makes you think of a gardenia when you 
sec the PM de luxe label. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
18607. 

What whiskey is so supremely fine that it has 
come to be associated with nature's loveliest flower. 
© Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18327. 



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100 proof against the bombs of change. For bot- 
tled-in-bond rye & bourbon whiskies. © Mar. 25, 
1943; KK 18404. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

3877»3881 
For detergent: 

Protect skilled hands. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 
18323. 

Protect skilled hands. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 
18324. 

Protect skilled hands. © Apr. 19, 1943; KK 
18804. 

Relief for soap-irritable skin. © Apr. 19, 
1943; KK 18805. 

Why all the fuss about drums. For steel drums. 
© Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18506. 

Nehi Corp., Columbus, Ga. ' 3882 

Canteen worker Mary Martin says, It's the one 
cola for me now 1 For beverage. © Apr. 16, 1943; 
KK 18849. 

Neilson (Raymond H.) Detroit. 3883 

Prep products, reinforcements for paint finishes. 
For chemical coating and rust cleaning materials 
for metal surfaces. © June 1, 1942; KK 18564. 

Nordberg mfg. co., Milwaukee. . 3884 

Nordberg midget grinder. For railway track 
maintenance equipment. © Mar. 30, 1943; KK 
18946. 

Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 3885, 3886 
Northern now in magazines. For toilet paper. 

© Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18643. 

Northern's gentleness. For toilet tissue. © 

Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18644. 

Nos-ease co.. New York. 3887 

Wear Nos-ease on your eyeglasses. For optical 
accessory. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 18813. 

Novum novelty mfg. Corp., New York. 3888 

Dog-tag pouch. For pouch for money and other 
valuables. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18688. 

Ohrbach's, inc., New York, Newark, N. J. 

3889-3892 
For women s ready-to-wear: 

Enter the new season in fashion. © Apr. 11, 
1943; KK 18616. 

Fresh as a spring shower. © Mar. 28, 1943; 
KK 18463. 

Spring opens at Ohrbach's. © Apr. 4, 1943, 
KK 18536. 

Ready now. For women's ready-to-wear cloth- 
ing. © Mar. 21, 1943; KK 18342. 

Olson rug co., Chicago. 3893, 3894 

For rugs: 

Save up to 50 1« and get lovely broadloom 
Olson rugs. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18509. 

Save up to 50 Tc and get lovely broadloom Ol- 
son rugs. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 18510. 

One. two-three co., inc.. New York, 3895 

Success story wrapped in a new package, 1-2-3 
and you have it. For prepared mixer for fooids and 
drinks. © June 5, 1942; KK 18319. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 3896 

These are the things we are fighting for. For 
silverware. © Mar, 19, 1943; KK 18850. 



Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 3897 

Quality doors for war construction. For garage 
doors, © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18582, 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 3898-3901 

For beer: 

It was swell of you to invite us over. © Mar. 
14, 1943; KK 18492. 

Lot of extra pleasure at a little extra price. 
© Feb. 24, 1943; KK 18491, 

Sure, our home is chilly. © Feb. 20, 1943; 
KK 18490. 

This is the doctor of Blue Ribbon Town. © 
Mar. 25, 1943; KK 18489. 

Parker Herbex corp., Loi^ Island City, N. Y. 3902 
Shocked hair. For preparations for the hair and 
scalp. © June 25, 1942; KK 18459. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 3903-3908 

For fountain pen: 

Rationed in production to meet the needs of 
war. © Feb. 3, 1943; KK 18359. 

You probably can place a reservation. © Mar. 
3, 1943; KK 18366. 
For fountain pen ink: 

It's mail they want, let's give them plenty. 
© Feb. 21, 1943; KK 18363. 

Metal and rubber, vital pen repair materials 
may soon be impossible to obtain. © Jan. 29, 1943; 
KK 18367. 

New protective ink guards pens against war- 
time failure. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18365. 

Pens that fail now may never be replaced or 
repaired. © Mar. 25, 1943.; KK 18875. 

Patek Philippe & co., inc., New York. 3909 

Black, Starr & Gorham, Patek Philippe. For 
watches. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18484. 

Pepsodent co., Chicago. 3910 

Just mendin' the nets, f ishin' must go on 1 For 
tooth powder. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 18774. 

Pharma-craft corp. [inc.] Louisville. 3911 

Are you sure of your present deodorant? For 
deodorant. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 18642. 

Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 3912-3919 

For electrical instruments and parts: 

Greasing the skids. © Feb. 5, 1943; KK 18414. 

It also stands for volume. © Dec. 30, 1942; 
KK 18411. 

Let's hit 'em hard, America. © Dec, 17, 
1942; KK 18407. 

Longer it rolls, the bigger it gets. ® Jan. 8, 
1943; KK 18409. 

Out on a long, long limb. © Dec. 25, 1942; 
KK 18408. 

Schickelgruber's funeral march. © Jan. 27, 
1943; KK 18413, 

You can thank Adolf for what you are about 
to receive, © Jan. 14, 1943; KK 18410. 

You said it, Uncle. © Jan, 22, 1943; KK 18412, 

Philips MetalLx corp., New York. 3920 

Engineering bulletin no. 201, For new acces- 
sories for use in conjunction with the Philips Me- 
talix X-ray quartz analysis apparatus. © Mar. 31, 
1943; KK 18534. 

Phillips-Jones corp.. New York. 3921 

Give your neck a break. For men's shirts, etc. 
© Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18566. 



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Pillsbury feed mills div. Pillsbury flour mills co. 
See Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed 
mills div. 

Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed mills div., 
Clinton, la. 3922, 3923 

For commercial feed: 

Pillsbury' s best program for sows and pigs. 
© Apr. 9, 1943; KK 18628. 

Pillsbury' s best program for starting and 
growing chicks. © Apr. 24, 1943; KK 18891. 

Press-on, inc., New York. 3924 

Press-on mending tape. For mending tape. © 
Feb. 21, 1943; KK18485. 

Quaker oats co., Chicago. 3925 

Quaker's new easy percentage mark up chart. 
For food products. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18715. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis. 

3926-3929 
For piston rings: 

America depends upon you to do the job right. 
© Feb. 8, 1943; KK 18827. 

Do the job right, so much depends upon it! © 
Jan. 8, 1943; KK 18828. 

You help win the war when you do the job right. 
© Apr. 8, 1943; KK 18665. 

Your job is vital so do the job right. © Mar. 
8, 1943; KK 18664. 

Raybestos-Manhattan, inc.. North Charleston, S. C. 

3930 
Raybestos-Manhattan Tri-ply wicks have 10 sell- 
ing features. For asbestos felt wicking. © Mar. 
30, 1943; KK 18672. 

Reed (Roland) Oakland, Calif. 3931 

Tuber chokes. For tubers of Jerusalem arti- 
chokes. © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 18897. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

3932 
Camel, E-46, they've got what it takes. For cig- 
arettes. © Feb. 22, 1943; KK 18900. 

Rollins hosiery mills, inc., Des Moines. 3933-3936 
For ladies hosiery: 

They tell me everyone is raving about Rollins 
new Celanese rayon stockings. © Feb. 16, 1943; 
KK 18417. 

2 great names Rollins and Celanese join to 
present a really fine royon stocking. © Jan. 29, 
1943; KK 18419. 

For ladies lingerie: 

Eyefuls. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 18420. 

Slips by Rollins are so lovely. © Mar. 2, 
1943; KK 18418. 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 3937, 3938 
Sure, and maybe I could rim another tjrpewriter 
with my feet. For carbon paper & typewriter rib- 
bon. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18648. 

You're lucky now. For typewriter. © Mar. 3, 
1943; KK 18649. 

Rubinstein (Helena) inc., New York. 3939 

Mme. Rubinstein, I want to know. For cosmetics. 
© Mar. 14, 1943; KK 18424. 



Ruppert (Jacob) brewery, New York. 
For beer: 



3940-3944 



Listen, Ma'am, it's mellow light. © May 7, 
1942; KK 18517. 

Listen, man, it's mellow light. © May 14, 
1942; KK 18516. 
For beer and ale: 

It's slow aged. © Mar. 18, 1943; KK 18757. 

It's slow aged! That's why millions go for 
mellow light Ruppert. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18756. 

This kind erf beer can't be made in a hurry. 
© Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18755. 

Schenley distillers corp,. New York. 3945 

Are you the type who mixes well? For whiskey. 
© May 1, 1942; KK 18898. 

Schmidt baking co., inc., Baltimore. 3946, 3947 
For bread; 

Here's your 3-meal=a-day cereal. © Apr. 
14, 1943; KK 18807. 

It stays fresh longer. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 
18911. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc.,Chicago. 3948 

Make life worth living. For arch supports. © 
Mar. 30, 1943; KK 18921. 

Seagram-distillers Corp., New York. 3949, 3950 
For liquor: 

Sir, I've come to ask you. © June 26, 1942; 
KK 18416. 

When calm nights come again. © July 17, 
1942; KK 18415. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 3951-3954 
For piston rings: 

Dear Ed, we're in there pitching with you. © 
Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18468. 

Food and bullets for victory. © Apr. 28, 
1943; KK 18899. 

Honors of sealed power craftsmanship. © 
Apr, 23, 1943; KK 18815. 

Will he come back? © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 
18831. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 3955-3957 

For women's shoes: 

Are you walking my way? © Feb. 26, 1943; 
KK 18340. 

Current hits. © Feb. 28, 1943; KK 18339. 

One goes to war, two go to war work. © Feb. 
26, 1943; KK 18341. 

Selsi CO., inc., New York. 3958 

Selsi magnifying and ornamental clear glass 

paper weights. For paper weights. © Apr. 16, 
1943; KK 18794. 

Serutan co., Jersey City. 3969 

Remember this after 35. For medical product 
for constipation. © Mar. 21, 1943; KK 18535. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 3960 

Let's all fresh up. For soft drink. © May 3, 
1943; KK 18889. 



Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co., Fort Madison, la. 

3961-3964 
For writing equipment; 

Jimmy, old boy, you're going to have company. 
© Mar. 26, 1943; KK 18486. 

Skrip value that saves war materials. © 
Mar. 13, 1943; KK 18689. 



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When a letter from you is life's greatest an- 
ticipation. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18575. 

Write him letters, send him courage. © Apr. 
15, 1943; KK 18841. 

Shotland modes, inc., New York. 3965 

How to take body measurements for suit. For 
suits and coats. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18567. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, Elizabethport, N. J. 

3966-3971 

For molded dress form: 

Once dowdy, now smart, thanks to her mold- 
ed Singer form. © Apr. 6, 1943; KK 18683. 

Questions everyone asks about the molded 
Singer form. © May 4, 1943; KK 18901. 

Look here are some ideas 1 For sewing helps, 
notions & molded dress form. © Apr. 19, 1943, 
KK 18769. 

Singer cast iron stands serials 183510, 183538, 
183539, 183540 and 183541, form 10330 (443). For 
cast iron stands for sewing machines. © Apr. 15, 
1943; KK 18802. 

Singer esta siempre a sus ordenes. For sewing 
machines & sewing lessons. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 
18456. 

Tips from a smart woman's notebook. For sew- 
ing lessons, sewing notions & molded dress form. 
© Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18330. 

Singer sewing machine co., New York. 3972-3974 
For sewing machines: 

Palabra a las damas. © Apr. 10, 1943; KK 
18682. 

Para a senhora, que tern uma Singer. © 
May 1, 1943; KK 18866. 

Singer continua as suas ordensi For sewing 
machines and sewing lessons. © Mar. 26, 1943; 
KK 18505. 

Soft-lite lens co., inc., New York. , 3975 

Protection certificate Soft-lite lenses. For len- 
ses. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 18940. 

Sonotone Corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 3976, 3977 

For hearing aid: 

In Phoenix, Arizona, lives a man. © Apr. 9, 
1943; KK 18568. 

One thing this war is proving, © Apr. 23, 
1943; KK 18789. 

Squibb (E. R.) & sons. New York. 3978 

What can a man believe in? For pharmaceutical 
products. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18848. 

Standard oil co. (Indiana) Chicago. 3979-3982 

For cutting oils: 

Coolant brings munitions plant 3 -way speed 
gain. © Apr. 6, 1942; KK 18496. 

Production battles are won or lost on this 
front. © Apr. 30, 1942; KK 18498. 

Saves time, tools, and tempers. © Mar. 4, 
1942; KK 18495. 

Saves tools, saves down time with Acme cut- 
ting oil. © Feb. 5, 1942; KK 18497. 

Sterling tool products co., Chicago. 3983 

Operating and service instructions for Sterling 
1000 sander. For sander. © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 
18930. 

Strickland aircraft Corp., Topeka, Kan. 3984 

Strickland invader. For airplane. © Jan. 20, 
1943; KK 18467. 



Stromberg -Carlson telephone mfg. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 3985 

Mom, mom, this is me, Ricky. For radios, 

telephones, sound systems. © Dec. 16, 1942; KK 

18504. 

Sturtevant (B. F.) co., Boston. 3986 

Check air conditioning regularly. For air con- 
ditioning equipment. © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 18810. 

Superior olive products co., Visalis, Calif. 3987 
Superior olive products co. canners & shippers. 
For olive oils and olive products. © Aug. 28, 1942; 
KK 18335. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 3988, 3989 

For cake: 

Tastykake [junior] Light as a bubble, bill- 
board 92. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18343. 

Tastykake, junior, poster 92. © Mar. 22, 
1943; KK 18344. 

Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 3990 

Taylor booster relay air valve, form 98090. For 
valves. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 18775. 

Tennessee marble, inc., Knoxville, Tenn. 

39bl-3996 
For marble monuments: 

Consider the carving qualities of Tennessee 
marbles. © Oct. 20, 1942; KK 18550. 

Family memorial is a once-in-a-lifetime 
consideration. © Oct. 20, 1942; KK 18549. 

Individual Tennessee rose-pink monuments. 
© Oct. 20, 1942, KK 18552. 

Perpetuate the memory of your loved ones 
with a memorial of beautiful Tennessee rose-pink 
marble. © Oct. 20, 1942; KK 18551, 

• Tennessee rose-pink is the ideal memorial 
stone. © Oct. 20, 1942; KK 18548. 

Used for more than a century. © Oct. 20, 
1942; KK 18596. 

Texas phenothiazine co.. Fort Worth. 3997 

Ole Tex Feno says, don't let wormy livestock 
cut down your meat production. For veterinary 
biological products. © Mar. 13, 1943; KK 18464. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 3998-4000 
For roller bearings: 

Antoinette helped us throw away our microm- 
eters. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 18267. 

HelD assure victory, © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 
18583. 

Perfect three pointer. © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 
18488. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 4001 

Tickled pink about Altes lager. For beer. ©> 
Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18844. 

Trautman (Ray) Minneapolis. 4002 

SSS for real comfort. For swing soft socket for 
artificial leg. © Apr; 28, 1943; KK 18941. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co.. New York. 

4003, 4004 
For office machines: 

Highlights on war effort. © Feb. 10, 1942; 
KK 18730. 

V/ho's Rsing to step into their shoes. © Feb. 
10, 1942; KK 18731. 



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Unit structures, inc., Peshtigo, Wis. 4005, 4006 
Obtainable now, fire resistant arches & beams. 

For glued- laminated arches and beams, © Jan. 19, 

1943; KK 18426. 

Quick delivery of fire- resistant, permanent 

roof structures. For laminated arches & beams. 

© Dec. 3, 1942; KK 18427. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 4007-4010 

Give your home a beauty treatment, T-23. For 
patching plaster. © Feb. 18, 1943; KK 18350, 

Insulate be prepared, IW-79. For insulating 
wool. © Feb. 17, 1943; KK 18349. 

Mortaseal, L-13. For hydrated lime, © Feb. 
4, 1943; KK 18348. 

Room for living, WW-21, For insulation board, 
plank and tile. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18347. 

Universal Geneva watch co.. New York. 4011 

Universal Geneve. For watches. © May 1, 
1943;. KK 18942. 

Universal paper products co., Chicago. 4012 

Here's the famous rolled rim double-wrapped 
and extra-rigid VeeCup. For sanitary cups and 
dishes and cup and dish dispensers. © Feb. 13, 
1943; KK 18686. 

Universal sanitary mfg. co,, New Castle, Pa, 4013 
This is the house that Jack re-built. For plumb- 
ing fixtures. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 18483. 

Vanadium-alloys steel co,, Pittsburgh, 4014 

Vanadium-alloys for victory. For alloys. © 
Aug. 15, 1942; KK 18773, 

Van Devanter (Anne Woodrow) New York, 4015 
Visual truth. For set of posters. © May 26, 
1942; KK 18658. 

Vega aircraft corp. Lockheed aircraft corp. See 
Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp. 

Victory pub. co., Oklahoma City. 4016 

Fighting men of Oklahoma. For book. © Apr, 
1, 1943; KK 18711. 

Vision educational productions, New York. 4017 
Danger, women at work, and Tomorrow's too 
late. For safety education motion pictures. © Mar. 
20, 1943; KK 18814. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc., Peoria, 111. 4018 

Mister, take a taste of success 1 For whiskey. 
© Jan. 30, 1942; KK 18798. 

Warp (Harold) Chicago, 4019 

How to make more money with glass substitutes, 
etc. For glass substitute materials. © Apr. 27, 
1943; KK 18853. 

Warren petroleum corp., Tulsa, Okla. 4020 

What are chemical grade liquefied petroleum 

gases? For liquefied petroleum gases, © Apr. 7, 
1943; KK 18778. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 4021-4023 

For toothbrush: 

Good health helps America. © Feb. 15, 1943; 
KK 18361. 

Vitally important to victory. © Mar. 17, 
1943; KK 18874. 



Your good health, take care of it, © Feb. 17, 
1943; KK 18362. 

Weisfield & Goldberg, inc., Seattle. 4024 

April shower of diamonds. For diamonds. © 
Apr, 2, 1943; KK 18629. 

Welch grape juice co., Westfield, N. Y. 4025 

Nutritional data. For grape juice and tomato 
juice, © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18823. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 4026-4029 

For ties: 

Beauty that endures. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 
18706. 

Beauty that endures. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 
18703. 

Every one a daisy. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 
18705. 

Independence blue. © Mar, 5, 1943; KK 18704. 

Weston electrical instrument corp., Newark, N. J. 

4030-4035 
For electrical instruments: 

Weston A-C electric tachometer, model 752. 
[Wall chart] © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 18435. 

Weston cylinder thermometer, model 602. 
[Wall chart] © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 18431. 

Weston D-C electric tachometer, model 724. 
[Wall chart] © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 18432. 

Weston dual cylinder thermometer, model 
635, [Wall chart] © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 18434. 

Weston thermometers, carburetor, oil, air, 
coolant, model 602. [Wall chart] © Jan. 13, 1943; 
KK 18436, 

Weston thermometers, carburetor, oil, air, 
coolant, model 728, [Wall chart] © Jan, 13, 1943; 
KK 18433. 

Weyerhaeuser sales co., St. Paul. 4036-4040 

Engineering in lumber promises a greater future 
for wood. For lumber engineering. © May 1, 
1943; KK 18948. 

If the carpenters can make joints with nails and 
bolts, they can build with TECO connectors. For 
wooden joints. © May 1, 1942; KK 18429. 

New, improved farm buildings at savings up to 
50.?.. For farm buildings. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 
18947. 

Today you have 2 building problems, your 4- 
square lumber dealer can help you with both. For 
lumber farm equipment and buildings. © Feb. 20, 
1943; KK 18701. 

Wood makes the world's finest gutter for houses. 
For wood gutters. © June 1, 1942; KK 18428. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 4041, 4042 
Jinnees of freedom. For wire rope. © Mar. 25, 

1943; KK 18461. 

Wanted HAFF recruiters. For wire, poultry 

netting. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 18816. 

Williams (Arthur F.) St. Paul. 4043 

Wils-tri-bi lenses. For lenses. © Mar. 1, 1943; 
KK 18892. 

Wood commodities corp., New York. 4044 

Commando toys for action, the 1943 line. For 
toys. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 18472. 

Wyeth (John) & bro., inc., Philadelphia. 4045-4047 
For prophylactic kit for prevention of venereal 
disease: 



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4047 


Fool the Axis, use prophylaxis. © Feb. 8, 
1943; KK 18674. 


Prophylaxis prevents venereal disease! © 
Feb. 8, 1943; KK 18675. 

V. D. © Feb. 8, 1943; KK 18673. 


Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 1431 



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Ace sales Corp., Nev York. 4048 

Service shoe shine kit. For shoe shine kit. © 
Jan. 15, 1943; KK 18707. 

Agency paper co., New York. 4049 

Sky=Iane lightweight correspondence, paper and 
envelopes. For paper and envelopes. © Apr. 22, 
1943; KK 18923. 

Air cooled wheel corp,, Philadelphia. 4050 

Ciell grinding wheels. For grinding wheels. © 
Mar. 30, 1943; KK 18720. 

American herb tea co., North Minneapolis, Minn. 

4051 
Americana. For herb laxative tea. © Mar. 16, 
1943; KK 18684. 

American stationery products. See Rankin (Julian) 
& Barnett (Jule), d.b.a. American stationery 
products. 

Bardell (James Charles) San Francisco. 4052 

Fifteen miniature views. For miniature views. 
© Apr. 6, 1943; KK 18677. 

Barq's bottling co., Dallas. 4053 

Crown-ezy. For lubricant. © Mar. 17, 1943; KK 
18573. 

Beck (Florence M.) Arcanum, O. 4054 

Successful gardners were said to possess a 
green thumb. For garden gloves. © Apr. 23, 1943; 
KK 18779. 

Blue Ridge distilleries, inc., Front Royal, Va. 

4055 
Virginia Gold. For apple brandy. © Apr. 26, 
1943; KK 18854. 

Brewers scientific laboratories, inc., Rahway, N. J. 

4056 
Stretch your hops with BSL hop activator. For 
chemical compoimd. © Jan. 2, 1943; KK 18553. 

Brook-Haven farms. See Wellmerling (F. J.), d.b.a. 
Brook-Haven farms. 

Butler bros., Chicago. 4057 

Foot Castle footwear, C 156 AB. For shoe boxes. 
© Apr. 7, 1943; KK 1«606. 

Carpenter steel co., Reading, Pa. 4058°4062 

For alloy steel in wire, strips, bars, billets and 
shapes; 

Carpenter free -cut invar 36, high nickel alloy. 
© Apr. 10, 1943; KK 18738. 

Carpenter high permeability 49, high nickel 
alloy. © Mar. 8, 1943; KK 18737. 

Carpenter HyMu 72, high nickel alloy. © 
Mar. 13, 1943; KK 18736. 

Carpenter invar 36, high nickel alloy. © 
Mar. 8, 1943; KK 18739. 

Carpenter temperature compensator 30, high 
nickel alloy. © Mar. 20, 1943; KK 18735. 

Chalmers (Harvey ) & son, inc., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

4063-4065 



For pearl buttons: 

Good neighbor pearls styled right. © Mar. 
19, 1943; KK 18654. 

Styled pearls for men's shirts. © Apr. 29, 
1943; KK 18837. 

Swagger pearts for men's shirts. © Mar. 19, 
1943; KK 18653. 

Chemicals, inc., Oakland, Calif. & San Francisco. 

4066 
Vano. For general household cleaner. © Mar. 
24, 1943; KK 18913. 

Citrus concentrates, inc., Dunedin, Fla. 4067 

Simfllled. For concentrated orange juice. © 
Mar. 24, 1943; KK 18809. 

College Inn food products co., Chicago. 4068 

College Inn chili dinner. For chili. © July 15, 
1942; KK 18345. 

Continental foods, inc., Hoboken, N. J. 4063, 4070 
Lipton's alphabet soup. For dehydrat alpha- 
bet soup mix. © Mar. 1,1943; KK 18507. 

Lipton's pea soup. For dehydrated pea soup mix. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 18508. 

Cooperative grange league federation exchange, 
inc., Ithaca, N. Y. 4071 

Yorkwin sweet peas. For caimed peas. © Feb. 

12, 1943; KK 18679. 

Cressler (Edward Payson) Newton, Kan. 407.2 

Mouth Happy. For tablet dentifrice. © Mar. 17, 
1943; KK 18315. 

Daggett chocolate co., d.b.a. Master chocolate 
makers, Cambridge, Mass. 4073 

Fightin' food. For chocolate covered twin bars. 

© Apr. 15, 1943; KK 18758. 

Dicks (C. O.) CO., Detroit. 4074 

Instruction sheet for applying United States na- 
tional symbol. For gurii-backed stencils. © Feb. 
23, 1943; KK 18332. 



Donaldson (James E.) Columbus, O. 4075, 4076 
Mirra household cleaner. For cleaning fluid for 

woodwork, etc. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18763. 

Mirra moth proof immunizer. For spray for 

killing moth larvae, etc. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 

18750. 



Dritz-Traum co., inc., New York. 4077, 4078 

For fabric mender: 

Mend It with Irontex, the miracle fabric 
mender. © Apr. 9, 1943; KK 18718. 

Mend it with Irontex, the miracle fabric 
mender. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18717. 



Duff (P.) & sons, inc., Pittsburgh. 4079 

Protective holder, war ration book, number two. 
For waffle mix. © Apr. 10, 1943; KK 18678. 



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Electric corp, of America, Chicago. 4080 

Aircraft carrier, Super Flat Top. For toy. © 
Mar. 3, 1943; KK 18795, 

Elway food products corp., New YorK. 4081 

Vitamalt. For malt products. © Feb. 10, 1943; 
KK 18405. 

Eskimo pie corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 4082 

Eskimo victory -bar. For frozen confections. © 
Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18733. 

Filtrol corp., Los Angeles. 4083 

Filtrol catalyst. For catalyst. © Dec. 24, 1942; 
KK 18271. 

Flash products co. See Mayer (Herman), Hirsch 
(Alfred) & Fioretti (Peter), a co-partnership 
trading as Flash products co. 

Fletcher (William G.), d.b.a. Movie checker co., 
Bogota, N. J. 4084 

Speed checkers. For game. ©Dec. 22, 1942; KK 

18597. 

Free press, Gainesville, Tex. 4085 

Victory pack. For stationery, © Mar. 25, 1943; 
KK 18691. 

Fry (Benjamin Louis) St. Louis, 4086 

Allies major war problem. For a patriotic card 
board puzzle. © Apr. 16, 1943; KK 18943. 

Fur land. New York. * 4087 

Furland superior products. For fur dyed prod- 
ucts. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 18710. 

Garis (Howard R.) East Orange, N. J, 4088, 4089 
For character dolls: 

Georgene product, Nurse Jane, Fuzzy Wuzzy. 
© Feb, 9, 1943; KK 18770. 

Georgene product. Uncle Wiggily Long Ears. 
© Feb, 9, 1943; KK 18728, 

General Mills, inc, Minneapolis, 4090, 4091 

Sperjry wheat hearts. For cereal, © Feb, 28, 

1943; KK 18445. 

Sperry white corn meal. For white corn meal. 

© June 17, 1942; KK 18443. 



Heirloom needlework guild, inc.. New York. 

4092-4098 
For knitting wool: 

Hiawatha British 3 -ply super fingering wool, 
Hearthertone. Box label. © Mar, 9, 1943; KK 
18369. 

Hiawatha British 3-ply super fingering wool, 
Hearthertone. Skein label, © Mar, 9, 1943; KK 
18372. 

HiawathaBritish 4-ply sportwool. Ball label. 
© Mar, 22, 1943; KK 18371. 

Hiawatha British 4-ply sport wool. Box label. 
© Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18370. 

Hiawatha Feltee easy-to-make underarm bag. 
For materials to make felt bag, © Mar, 15, 1943; 
KK 18373, 

Hiawatha heirloom crewel embroidery tapestry 
wool package. For wool crewel embroidery. © 
Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18368. 

Hiawatha superior sweater buttons. For buttons. 
© Mar. 31, 1943; KK 18494. 



Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 

Britt's foot mould shoes, B171 AB. 
boxes. © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 18605. 



4116 

4099 
For shoe 



Hopkins (George), d.b.a. Hopkins mfg. co., Los 
Angeles, 4100, 4101 

Vfersa's ready mixed biscuit flour. For ready 

mixed biscuit flour. © Jan. 1, 1940; KK 18916. 
Versa's waffle syrup. For waffle syrup. © Jan. 

1, 1940; KK 18924. 

Hopkins mfg. co. See Hopkins (George), d. b. a. - 
Hopkins mfg. co. 

Hunter (Charles Theodore) Silver Springs, Md. 

4102 
C. T. Hunter's X-terminator. For extermin- 
ator. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18744. 

Hyams (Walter) New York, 4103 

Mei Ling slacks, the slacks of fashion. For 
slacks, pants for women's garments. © Apr, 15, 
1943; KK 18723, 

Industrial pharmaceutical corp., Baltimore. 4104 
Winton's vitamins. For vitamin tablets. © Apr. 
24, 1943; KK 18812. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son^ inc., Racine, Wis, 4105 

Drax. For water repellent textile finish. © 
Feb. 11, 1943; KK 18877. 

Kay (Lynn) & co., Des Moines. 41^6 

[Gremlin] For novelty. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 
18627. 

Kroger grocery & baking co. , Cincinnati. 4107 

Kroger's coffee aid. For food products. © Mar, 
16, 1943; KK 18599. 

Lederle laboratories, inc.. New York. 4108 

Vercaps. For veterinary medicine, specifically 
worm capsules. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 18430, 

Lever (Abraham W.) East Lansdowne, Pa. 4109 
Lever's B.B. malt. For a health beverage, used 
as coffee. © Apr. 14, 1943; KK 18734 

Lip-print, inc., Chicago. 4110 

Lip-print stationery. For stationery. © Apr. 
20, 1942; KK 18454. 

Lovell & Covel co., Cambridge, Mass. 4111 

Candy Cupboard chocolates. For confectionery. 
© Dec, 10, 1942; KK 18421. 

Major vitamins, inc., New York. 4112-4114 

For vitamin B complex tablets: 

Major brand B complex natural vitamin tab- 
lets. © Apr, 1, 1943; KK 18855. 

Major brand B complex natural vitamin tab- 
lets. © Apr. 1, 1943: KK 18856. 

Major brand B complex natural vitamin tab- 
lets. © Apr. 3, 1943; KK 18857. 



4115, 4116 
For underwear. © 



Mandel (Max) New York. 

Buster Brown underwear 
Feb. 19, 1943; KK 18625. 

Spick and span infants hosiery. For hosiery and 
underwear, © Mar. 18, 1943; KK 18626. 

Master chocolate makers. See Daggett chocolate 
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Mayer (Herman), Hirsch (Alfred) & Fioretti (Peter), 
a co-partnership trading as Flash products co.. 
New York. 4117 

Flash master -mixer. For a lemon flavored 

blender for beverages. © Feb, 15, 1943; KK 18562. 

Miller cereal mills, Omaha. 4118 

Miller's muffin mix. For prepared flour. © 
Apr. 3, 1943; KK 18776. 

Movie checker co. See Fletcher (William G.), d. 
b. a. Movi^ checker co. 

Mueller (Justus F.) Syracuse. 4119 

Mueller -Ward models. For scientific models. 
© Mar. 12, 1943; KK 18477. 

Murray (Robert Marion) Midland, Tex. 4120 

Speedo. For sports equipment. ©Apr. 21, 1943; 
KK 18751. 

Necessity products, Chicago. 4121 

Ty-dee. For shoe dressing applicator. © Apr. 
2, 1943; KK 18546. 

Pachter (D. A.) co., Chicago. 4122 

Bild-a-set. Army combat unit. For cardboard 
structural toy. © July 22, 1942; KK 18777. 

Pinol mfg. CO., inc., Philadelphia. 4123 

Kleen Tone. For wall paint. © Feb, 1, 1943; KK 
18321. 

Posey (Ellis B.) Hereford, Tex. 4124 

Mineralized foods from nature's storehouse, the 
town without a toothache, brand Hereford, Deaf 
Smith County, Texas. For foods. © Apr. 5, 1943; 
KK 18581. 

Proud (J. Irving) Tacoma. 4125 

Proud's brand port vitamin. For medicinal prep- 
aration. © Mar, 25, 1943; KK 18818. 

Ramirez (V. M.) y cia., Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. 

4126 
Ramirez pure tropical orange jelly. For mar- 
malades and jellies. © Jan. 11, 1942; KK 18322. 

Rankin Qulian) & Barnett (Jule), d.b.a. American 
stationery products, Chicago. 4127 

Letter a day to loved ones away. For station- 
ery. © Jan. 30, 1943; KK 18520. 

Red-ee foods, inc., Los Angeles. 4128, 4129 

Cinch corn bread mix. For a combination of 
flour, corn meal, vegetable shortening, powdered 
skim milk, dextrose, baking powder, powdered egg 
yolk, and salt. © Dec. 10, 1942; KK 18838. 

Cinch hot cake mix. For a combination of flour, 
powdered skim milk, vegetable shortening, dextrose, 
baking powder, powdered egg yolk and salt. © Dec. 
10, 1942; KK 18839. 

Reproduction industries, Chicago. 4130 

Flags of the united nations. For jig saw puzzles. 
© Dec. 9, 1942; KK 18732. 

Roth (Chester H.) co., inc., New York. 4131, 4132 
For men's socks: 

Box of Clox. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18721, 
3 O'Clox, © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 18722. 



Save-a-nickel stores, Denver. 



4133, 4134 



For eggs: 

Chicadee eggs. © July 18, 1942; KK 18712. 
Thrifty biddy eggs. © July 18, 1942; KK 18713, 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 4135 

Dr. SchoU's Wenal. For ointment for relief of 
rheumatic pains, aches, bunions, etc. © Feb. 3, 
1943; KK 18281. 

Skinner (Sanford) St. Paul Park, Minn. 4136 

Certified Brook-Kaven poultry products. For 
dressed poultry. © June 1, 1942; KK 18842. 

Slidewell neckwear co., inc., New York. 4137 

Slidewell bows. For men's neckwear. © Mar. 
1, 1943; KK 18336. 

Sollars (George W.) Joplin, Mo. 4138 

Fleur de lis haires restorer. For hair and 
scalp cleanser and restorer. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 
18753. 

Soy food mills, Chicago, 4139 

Golden soy griddle cake mix. For a prepared 

flour containing soy flour. © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 
18584. 



Spark-o-lite co., Kansas City, Kan. 4140 

Spark-o-lite, a natural food supplement. For 
wheat germ. © Mar. 4, 1943; KK 18555. 

Spendvelope system co., Denver, 4141 

Spendvelope handy pack. For budget envelopes. 
© Jan. 21,*1943; KK 18725. 

Sunland mfg. co., Minneapolis. 4142 

Sunland natural B -complex. For vitamin tablets. 
© Mar. 15, 1943; KK 18687. 

Super-fine products, inc., Atlanta. 4143 

De-lux cola fountain concentrate. For non-alco- 
holic beverage. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 18917. 

Suwannee food & baking co., Jacksonville, Fla. 

4144 
Land O 'Sunshine. For evaporated milk. © Mar, 
22, 1943; KK 18808. 

Tied-neat tie co.. New York. 4145, 4146 

For neckties: 

Reveille tie. © Feb. 1, 1942; KK 18708. 
Sta-neat. © Feb. 1, 1942; KK 18709. 

Trlmz CO., inc., Chicago. 4147 

Ready-pasted wallpaper and border. For wall 
paper. © Mar. 10, 1943; KK 18526. 

Tudor metal products Corp., New York. 4148 

Globalotto. For educational and amusement 
games, © Mar, 9, 1943; KK 18270, 

Vegetable fibre products co.. New York. 4149 

K. P. Kitchen Pal filters. For filters, © Mar, 
26, 1943; KK 18793, 

Wellmerling (F. J.), d.b.a. Brook-Haven farms, St, 
Paul. 4150 

Certified Brook-Haven poultry products. For 

eggs. © June 1, 1942; Kk 18843. 



92 



LABELS 



no. 4, 1943 


4153 


Windsor-Lloyd products, inc., Philadelphia. 

'4151, 4152 

Devon. For recondition windshield wiper motor. 
© June 2, 1942; KK 18523. 

Hand Warden, For protective cream. © Mar. 


1, 1943; KK 18375. 

Youi^stedt (Vernon LeRoy) Jamestown, N. Y. 4153 
Victory magic. For trick cards. © Mar. 19, 
1943; KK 18320. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- - 253 



93 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[4153 



Frank and co. 1 


Choc-o-late Life Savers a dainty confection. 


Frank's quality meat-treats. For meat prepara- 


RR 63, Apr. 1, 1943. 


tions. ® Frank and co., Milwaukee. RR 66, May 


Lic-o-rice Life Savers a dainty confec<^ion. 


1, 1943. 


RR 64, Apr. 1, 1943, 




Malt-o-milk Life Savers dainty food confection. 


Life Savers corp. 2-4 


For malted milk. RR 65, Apr. 1, 1943. 


For candy: 


© Life Savers corp., Port Chester, N. Y. 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : O 
O 



1943 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBUSHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

Includii^ 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 5 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "]," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Cqpy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
-registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the S\q)erintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts qf 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals - - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



(n) 



NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in tlje .files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



(in) 



CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (■^) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Appleton (Norman Roy)* 4154 

Christ, the Good Shepherd. © 1 c. May 22, 
1943; G 41830. 

Biagiotti (A.) & co. 4155 

Pino (Anthony Dal) : 

Frame for station of the crosses. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1943; G 41860. 

Britzman (H. E.) 4156-4166 

Russell (Charles M.): 

Alert. - Challenge. - Grizzly bear. - Lunch 
hour. - Monarch of the forest. - Offering to the 
sun gods. - On Nee-nah. - Quarter horse. - Scout- 
ing the enemy. - Sioux. - Texas long horn. © 1 c. 
each May 21, 1943, G 41831-41841. 

Campos (Florencio Molina)* 4167-4169 

Breakfast. - Start of the journey. - Tropilla. 
© 1 c. each May 13, 1943; G 41851-41853. 

Columbian bank note co. 4170 

Fors (Lawrence): 

Vignette: three male figures, one holding a 
drawing & one holding a spade, set in a circle; 
steam locomotive at one side, Diesel electric at 
other. ^ 1 c. May 24, 1943; G 41846. 

Dunn (Frank Herbert)* 4171-4173 

Hirohito. - Hitler. - Mussolini. © 1 c. each 
May 14, 1943; G 41827-41829. 

Dussome (Carl J. Reid)* 4174, 4175 

Freedom. © 1 c, Apr. 22, 1943; G 41865. 
21 arrows. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1942; G 41864. 

Haslip (Beatrice Margueritte)* 4176 

Jesus stilling the storm. © 1 c. May 22, 1943; 
G 41843. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 4177 

Hintermeister (Hy [i. e. J. H.] ): 

And the last match. © 1 c. May 11, 1943- G 
41809. 

Hoyt (Robert Townsend)* 4178 

Low-down. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1943; G 41857. 

Iris (Frederick Scharmel) 4179 

Diego (Rivera): 

Iris (Mr. Scharmel) poet. © 1 c. May 11, 
1943; G 41808. 

Lambert bros. jewelers, inc. 4180 

Harvey (W. J.): 

OPA emblem. © 1 c. May 29, 1943; G 41859. 

Lindner (Barney) 4181-4184 

Fisher (Harry) Swastika cartoon: 

House. - Indian. - Soldiers on the run. - 
Worrying figure, © 1 c. each May 24, 1943; G 
41844, 41845, 41847, 41848. 



Lytton (June Elizabeth)* 4185 

Queen of hearts. © 1 c. May 25, 1943; G 41855. 



Madonna guilds. 

Cerrachio (Enrico): 

Victory. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1943; G 41826. 



4186 



Myers (Katherine L.) 4187 

D'Assisi ( Mother Francis [i.e. K. L. Myers] ): 
Angela Merici ( Saint ) foundress of the Ursu- 
lines. © 1 c. May 29, 1943; G 41856. 

National war fund, inc. 4188 

Coiner (Charles): 

American eagle with wings spread. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1943; G 41867. 

Netherlands aid society, inc. 4189 

Heurn (Elsje Josina van) & De Kort (J. C): 

Orange-Nassau (Prinses Margriet Francisca 
van) 19 January 1943. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1943; G 
41824. 

Perrine (Linden LaRue)* 4190 

Freedom's song. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1943; G 41850. 



Phillips (S. George)* 

Freedom. © 1 c. June 3, 1943; G 41866. 



4191 



Rose (Ronald)* 4192 

Magnetic hairpin holder. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1943; 
G 41823. 

Ross (Howard L.) corp. 4193-4204 

Price (Joyce): 

Bachelor girl, 4724-W2. - Bookworm, 4724- 
W6. - Bunny lassie, 4724-W3. - Don Juan 4724-W7. 

- Loving friends, 4724-W4. - Lullaby lady, 4724W1. 

- Master Daydreams, - Mistress Daydreams, 
4724-WlO. - Party girl, 4724-W5. - Promenaders, 
4724-Wll. - Red head, 4724-W8. - Winter sports, 
4724-W. © 1 c. each May 11, 1943; G 41811-41822. 

Ruotolo (Onorio)* 4205 

Vision of Bernadette, 2. © 1 c. May 14, 1943; 
G 41854. 

Russell (Walter)* 4206 

War President. © Mar. 15, 1943; G 41825. 

Schneider (Skippy [i. e. Norma] )♦ 4207 

Chunk, the rabbunk. © 1 c. May 1, 1943- G 
41842. 

Sturm (Milton L.) 4208 

Help freedom ring. © 1 c. May 3, 1943; G 41849. 

Tomas (Benito Luciano)* 4209-4211 

Liberties at Coney Island. - Recuerdos a Cara- 
cas. - Victory march of the pilgrims. © 1 c. each 
May 26, 1943; G 41861-41863. 



95 



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Vermont marble co. 4212 

Whitehouse (Louis A.); 

Memory stone 8069-A. © May 5, 1943; G 
41810. 



Weschler (Anita)* 



4213 



Woman war worker. © 1 c. May 17, 1943; G 41858. 

Wittman (Alex)* 4214-4219 

Lake landscape. - Pine trees landscape. - River 
crossing. - Still life with lilies. - Still life with 
tulips. - West, © June 2, 1943; G 41868-41873. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 585 



96 



SCULPTURE OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4219 



Hunt (Esther) 1 

Miss Pluni-Blossom« © E. Hunt, San Francis- 
co. R 117532, Apr. 17, 1943. 



97 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHAJRACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORLA.L ILLUSTRATIONS 



Ad-craft, inc. 4220 

Here's a young worker named Hiram, A-1. 
[Hiram posterime] © Apr. 15, 1943; K 53087. 

Ahlstrom (Carl A.) 4221 

Electric circuit breaker. ® 1 c. May 19, 1943; 
I 32650. 

American aircraft associates. 4222 

[Test stand for use in testing supercharger 
regulators] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1943; I 32602. 

Arenz (John) 4223 

Triple thread dies. © 1 c. May 17, 1943; I 
32630. 

Art education, inc. 4224-4231 

Agony in the garden, 276; by Mary Taylor Green. 

- Frieze of the prophets, 326, 328; by John Singer 
Sargent. = Madonna of the rocks, 278; by Leonardo 
da Vinci. - Pinkie, 323; by Thomas Lawrence. = 
Prophets of despair, 325; by John Singer Sargent. 

- Prophets of hope, 329; by John Silver Sargent. - 
Star of Bethlehem, 277; by Franz Zmurko. © May 
5, 1943; K 53126-53133. 

Asbury (Stanley Joseph) 4232 

Block chains and block tires. © 1 c. May 13, 
1943; I 32610. 

Ashley (David) inc. 4233 

Trossachs, Scotland; by Graham Williams. © 
May 12, 1943; H 2572. 

Association of American railroads. 4234 

U. S. A, has right of way, motorists must wait. 
© May 10, 1943; K 53170. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. . 4235-4262 

C.I. filler, 6726-A. © 1 c.May 17, 1943; I 32636. 

C. I. floor plate, 12011 - 12014. © 1 c. each 
May 17, 1943; I 32631-32633, 32637. 

Cast steel end plates, 12009 R & L, 12010 R & 
L. © 1 c. each May 17, 1943; I 32638, 32639. 

Connections for R-109-S controller, 17335. - 
Diagram of air piping, 17345. - F. So drive axles, 
17319. - [Wheel hub] 10788. © 1 c. each May 26, 
1943; I 32685-32688. 

10 ton mine car bloom transfer locomotive, 
51-135, 52-135-C - 52-135.E, 52-135-S. © 1 c. 
each May 26, 1943; I 32689, 32692-32695. 

10 ton trolley locomotive, 52-135~A, 52-135-B. 
© 1 c. each May 26, 1943; I 32690, 32691. 

40 ft. coke quenching car, 5-408, 6-400-A, 
6-400-B, 6-400-E, 6-400-H, 6-408-C - 6-408-F. 
© 1 c. each May 17, 1943; I 32634, 32635, 32640- 
32646. 

5000 no. capy. weigh hopper scale, 39-695. © 
1 c. May 17, 1943; I 32647. 

Attwell (P. Bob) 4263 

Attwell prefabricated industrial building. © 1 
c. May 22, 1943; I 32677. 



Bartholomew (Orlo A.) 4264-4269 

City of the future, 1-6. © 1 c. each May 13, 
1943; I 32611-32616. 

Beldegreen (Gustave) 4270 

Laughlin (Edward V.) © May 17, 1943; J 35430. 

Bethlehem steel co. 4271 

Stay on the job, like the boys at the front, no 
absentees here. © Apr. 30, 1943; K 53203. 

Brown (Frank Newton Mithery) 4272 

Brown junior navigator. © Apr. 15, 1943; I 
32625. 

Brown & Bigelow. 4273-4291 

[Bright eyes] - [Country garden] - [Faithful 
friends] - [Green pastures] - [Guest for dinner] - 
[Keep smiling] © Jan. 4, 1943; K 53171-53176. 
Herrington (Walter): 

Bat out of hell, L 33646. - Date with destiny, 
L 33644. - Dishing it out, L 33643, - Gunning for 
victory, L 33649, - Hell-bent for election, L 33652, 

- Hell from heaven, L 33642. - Hell's fire, L 33645. 

- Sighted sub, sank same, L 33651. - Terror of the 
skies, L 33641. - Time to attack, L 33647. - Tough 
customers, L 33648. - Victory on wings, L 33650. 
© Apr. 27, 1943; K 53135-53146. 

Three musketeers, all for one, one for all, 
23414; by Harold Anderson. © Apr. 27, 1943; K 
53177. 

Brown instrument co. 4292-4299 

Brown chart, 5413-1. © Oct. 28, 1942; I 32706^ 

— 5817. © Mar. 30, 1943; I 32708. 

— 5818. © Mar. 24, 1943; I 32707. 

Brown instrument co. [chart] 12711. © Mar. 4, 
1943; I 32622. 

_ 12712. © Mar. 8, 1943; I 32621. 
■ — - 14051. © Mar, 11, 1943; I 32619. 

14068. © Jan, 4, 1943; I 32697. 

14071. © Jan. 28, 1943; I 32679. 

Browning (Ruth H.) 4300 

Smoke with a V. © 1 c. May 24, 1943; J 35433. 

Bunell (Walter A.) ^. 4301 

Bunell's (W. A.) victory auto air sea plane. © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1943; J 35324. 

Burke (DoUie May) 4302, 4303 

Burke (DoUie May) blue rose of sunshine. © 1 

c. May 21, 1943; J 35431. 

Heart that's true. © 1 c. May 28, 1943; J 35447. 

Cameron (George G.) 4304 

Darius' sculptures at Behistan. © 1 c. May 11, 
1943; K 53270. 

Campbell prints, inc. 4305 

Moses, 9494; by John Singer Sargent. © May 5, 
1943; K 53134. 



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no. 5, 1943 



4382 



ChrisUansen (Peter L.) 4306 

Scale prevention device for cooling systems. © 
1 c. May 19, 1943; I 32651. 

Clark (Henry) 4307 

Republic P-47 Thunderbolt. © Apr. 24, 1943; 
K 53084. 

Coburn (William C.) in 4308 

Is in U. S. A. armed forces. © 1 c. May 14, 
1943; K 53248. 

Coca-cola co. 4309-4313 

Our America: 

Transportation bridges the oceans, 1. - 
Transportation creates new wonders, 4, - Trans- 
portation develops highways, 3. - Transportation 
uses lines of steel, 2. © Apr. 26, 1943; K 53205- 
53208. 

Transportation. © Apr. 26, 1943; K 53204. 

Conde (Joseph) 4314 

Cocktail glass coaster. © 1 c. May 1, 1943; 
I 32620. 

Contractors supply & lumber co. 4315 

Wood frame buildings, type FPHA. © Mar. 1, 
1943; I 32699. 

Cram (George F.) co., inc. 4316 

[Horizon ring, for 12" terrestrial globe] © 
May 17, 1943; I 32674. 

Currey (Bradley R.) 4317 

Sumpunkins and baby. © Nov. 2, 1942; J 35432. 

Dally (Ruel S.) 4318 

New improved aircraft plotting sheet. © May 
19, 1943; I 32672. 

Daly (Charles J.) jr, 4319 

Aid to orientation for use in instrument flight on 
radio ranges. © 1 c. May 10, 1943; I 32599. 

Davidson (Charles S.) 4320 

Sport fishing set and trolling hook. © 1 c. May 
19, 1943; I 32657. 

Deming (Fred Frederick) 4321, 4322 

Hot compressed-air heating system for military 
aircraft gun mechanisms and for heating, de-icing 
[aileron] ball joints. - Suction-pressure producing 
destructible gun-muzzle cap. © 1 c. each May 4, 
1943; I 32617, 32618. 



Doak (Hugh) 4323-4347 

Eagle Cliff, U. S. 41, Monteagle, Tenn. - Moon- 
shine and mountain dew, Wildcat still. - Natural 
Bridge, Sewanee, Tenn. - Old gray mare ain't what 
she used to be. - U. S. 41, from Eagle Cliff, Mt. 
Eagle, Tenn. © Apr. 1, 1943; J 35330, 35337, 35341, 
35347, 35348. 

Manchester, Tenn.: 

Along Main st. Cabin in the hills, U. S. 41. 

- Climbing the Cumberlands, U. S. 41. - Coming 
'round the mountain, U. S. 41. - Court house. - 
CumberlandMt. road. - Cumberlands. -Duck River. 

- Gateway to the Highland Rim, U. S. 41. - High 
school. - Horseshoe Bend, U. S. 41. - Molasses 
mill. - Morton Lake. Old Black Joe, Ike Keele. - 
Post office. Spring street. - Stonefort Falls. - 
This little pig stayed home. - Waterfall at Stone 
Fort. - Womack Lake, © Apr. 1, 1943; J 35327- 



35329, 35331-35336, 35338-35340, 35342-35346, 
35349, 35350, 35451. 



Dulaney (Henry Knight) 

Sierra Christmas. © 
35453. 



1 c. Apr. 20, 



4348 
1943; J 



Elsman (E. H.) 4349 

Improved storm sash fastener, 5, © 1 c. May 
25, 1943; I 32683. 



Esty (Alfred A.) & Dawson (J.) 

PlaneU © 1 c. May 19, 1943; I 32655. 



4350 



Everson mfg, co. 4351, 4352 

Electrono-matic, 3121. © Apr. 23, 1943; I 32623. 
Hydro-matic, 3120. © Apr. 23, 1943; I 32624. 



Far on (Clifton A.) 

In the service. © Apr. 4, 1943; K 53250. 



4353 



Foster (Quay H.) & Brock (Clair C.) 4354 

Dual line hydraulic and pneumatic two-way safe- 
ty valve system. © 1 c. May 25, 1943; I 32681. 

Frick collection. 4355-4369 

Aretino (Pietro) head and chain; by Titian. - 
Grand Dauphin, front; by Girardon. - Jerome (Saint) 
hands and book; by El Greco. - Mistress and maid: 
mistress; by Vermeer. - Mother and children: doll; 
by Renoir. - Salisbury cathedral from the Bishop's 
garden: transept; by Constable. - Skipwith (Lady) 
head; by Reynolds. - Temptation of Christ: city at 
lower left, 4; by Duccio. - Wisdom and strength: 
cupid; by Veronese © May 14, 1943, H 2561, 2563, 
2564, 2566-2571. 

Charles II side chair, front view. - Lieutaud (?), 
Berthoud, Caffieri, 18th century French clock. © 
May 14, 1943; J 35424, 35425. 

Fragonard (— ) Lover crowned: 

Artist. - Orange tree. © May 14, 1943; H 
2562, 2565. 

Georgian silver wine cooler, by Benjamin and 
James Smith, 1811-12. © May 12, 1943; J 35351. 

Wisdom and strength: half length; by Veronese. 
© May 14, 1943; H 2573. 

General cable corp. 4370 

General cable poster no. 6; by C. C. Boell. © 
Apr. 2, 1943; K 53083. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 4371-4375 

Better than a rabbit's foot. © Mar. 24, 1943; K 
53201. 

Don't spoil the picture, days missing mean parts 
missing. - Only total effort will add up to total 
victory. © May 3, 1943; K 53165, 53166. 

Let up, and you let me down. © Mar. 26, 1943; 
K 53200. 

Nice goin', baby. © Apr, 28, 1943; K 53199. 

Gibson (Harold L.) 4376-4378 

On guard for Old Glory. - Prayer for peace. - 
Tribute to Lincoln. © 1 c. each Mar. 22, 1943, J 
35426-35428. 

Gilbert (John J.) 4379 

Improved circulating heater. © 1 c. May 25, 
1943; I 32680. 

Goes (A.) 4380-4382 

[Border blank] 23830. © May 10, 1943; K 53276. 



535606 O 43 2 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



[Certificate blank] © May 2, 1943; K 53082. 
Corps and divisional insignia [blotter] 1757, © 
Apr. 20, 1943; K 53081. 

Gore (George Walton) 4383 

Dual plan for Pan American tourist cottages. 
© 1 c. May 10, 1943i I 32600. 

Griesbaum (Henry G.) 4384 

Tractor wheel with adjustable or removable 
lugs. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; I 32656. 

Gunderson (Gustav) 4385 

Gundy lock nut, type B. © 1 c. May 25, 1943; 
I 32678. 

Haberstroh (John C.) 4386 

Grand mountain sheep, Yellowstone park. © 
May 5, 1943; J 35446. 

Hackney (Myron Winston) 4387, 4388 

Plastic and leather handbag, drawing 51. © 1 c. 

June 1, 1943; I 32704. 

Transparent plastic chair, drawing 50. © 1 c. 

May 12, 1943; I 32609. 

Harder (William Joseph) 4389 

Aircraft rivet information and calculation known 
as the Harder-way but it's E-Z. © 1 c. May 10, 
1943; I 32601. 

Hart (Charles J.) 4390 

Coke and oil burning stove. © 1 c.May 19, 1943; 
I 32653. 

Hendrickson (B. D.) 4391 

Traffichron. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; I 32652. 

Holt (Hiland John Dale) 4392 

Arabian girls. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; J 35452. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 4393-4396 

Avoid mistakes on the job. - Don't stick your 
neck out. - Good ideas. - Think of this lad, © May 
10, 1943; K 53242-53245. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 4397-4452 

Semaphore, SN-1693ab, SN-1693ac, SN-1693ad, 
SN-1693af, SN-1693^, SN-1693ah, SN-1693aj, SN- 
1693ak, SN-1693al, SN-1693an, SN-1693ao, SN- 
1693ap, SN-1693ar, SN-1693as, SN-1693at, SN- 
1693av, SN-1693bg, SN-1693bi, SN-1693bj, SN- 
1693bl, SN-1693bn, SN-1693bt, SN-1693bu, SN- 
1693bw, SN-1693CC, SN-1693ce, SN-1693ch, SN- 
1693cj, SN-1693CO, SN-1693cr, SN-1693da, SN- 
1693db, SN-1693dd, SN-1693dm, SN-1693dp, SN- 
1693dy, SN-1693ea, SN-1693ed, SN-1693ef, SN- 
1693eh, SN-1693ej, SN-1693ek, SN-1693en, SN- 
1693k, SN-16931, SN-1693m, SN-1693n, SN-1693p, 
SN-1693q, SN-1693r, SN-1693t, SN-1693u, SN- 
1693v, SN-1693X, SN-1693y, SN-1693z. © 1 c. each 
May 14, 1943; J 35368-35423. 

Jensen (Peter O.) 4453, 4454 

Snow scene. - Symphony in clouds. © 1 c. each 
May 26, 1943; J 35443, 35444. 

Johansson (Johannes Peter) 4455 

Enshrined forever, © 1 c. May 24, 1943; J 
35434. 

Johnson (Carl G.) 4456 

Master key of modern education. © Apr. 26, 
1943; K 53086. 



Junker (Leo Helmholz) 4457 

Progress, development, medical science. © 1 
c. May 29, 1943; I 32700. 

Kellogg CO. 4458 

From now on you and I are pals. © Apr. 20, 

1943; K 53211. . ,, 

Kemper-Thomas co. 4459 

Message from America. © May 25, 1943; K 
53256. 

King features syndicate, inc. 4460, 4461 

Quints and Mrs. Butler, Y-61. - Quints exchange 
flags with Catherine Butler, Y-65. © May 2, 1943; 
J 35325, 35326. 

Kiwanis internatl. 4462 

This is a victory farm, Kiwanis recognition of 
agricultural achievement. [Kiwanis victory farm 
award] © May 14, 1943; K 53229. 

Knee (L. C.) 4463 

Wheeling, W. Va., Wheeling hospital. ® 1 c. 
May 27, 1943; J 35445. 

Langworthy (Arthur M.) 4464 

Appointment reminder device. © 1 c. May 26, 
1943; I 32684. 

Leeds & Northrup co. 4465-4478 

[Leeds & Northrup co. recorder paper] 104. © 
Dec. 20, 1941; I 32663. 

-677, 679. © Aug. 31, 1942; I 32664, 32665. 

680, 682. © Sept. 30, 1942; I 32666, 32671. 

681, 683. © Dec. 22, 1942; I 32667, 32668, 

684. © Dec. 29, 1942; I 32669. 

685. © Feb. 20, 1943; I 32670. 

Micromax model R chart, 1200. © Dec. 29, 
1941; I 32658. 

1219, 1220. © Aug. 31, 1942; I 32659, 

32660. 

1223. © Oct. 24, 1942; I 32662. 

1224. © May 20, 1943; I 32661. 

Leger (Joe J.) 4479 

Cigarette or cigar holder. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; 
I 32649. 

Leiter (Robert T.) 4480 

[World time conversion chart] © 1 c. May 17, 
1943; I 32629. 

Lilly (Eli) & co. 4481 

Comparator card for pertussis agglutination 
test. © Apr. 26, 1943; I 32701. 

Lowe (Frank J.) 4482 

Pintails coming in, 250; by Roland Clark. © 
Oct. 5, 1942; K 53278. 

Maack (Walter H ) 4483 

Self-attaching wire holder. © 1 c.May 25, 1943; 
I 32682. 

McCormick co. 4484 

Sweetwater, Tex., city of churches. © May 14, 
1943; K 53212. 

Markley (Ethel L.) 4485-4488 

Raising of Lazarus, 220. - Sermon on the IMount, 
212. - Tabernacle, 137. - Woman of Samaria, 216. 
© May 26, 1943; K 53272-53275. 



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no. 5, 1943 



4606 



Meijer (Elizabeth T.) 4489 

Let us halt the rising tide. [Tolerance seal] © 
Apr. 18, 1939; K 53249. 

Mitcheltree (Myrtle R.) 4490 

Boulder greens. © Apr. 29, 1943; K 53085. 

National dairy council. 4491, 4492 

Protein equivalents. - Riboflavin equivalents. © 
May 1, 1943; K 53253, 53254. 

National wildlife federation 4493-4528 

Wildlife conservation stamp: 

American eider duck, - American loon. - 
Barn owl. - Belted kingfisher - Blue goose. - Bul- 
lock's oriole. - Channel bass. - Chestnut. - Cin- 
namon teal. - Colorado columbine. - Cypress. - 
Eucalyptus. - Firewood. - Grayling. - Green turtle, 

- Heath hen. - Honeysuckle. - Jack-in-the-pulpit 

- Mountain harebell. - Ocelot. - Otter. - Red 
squirrel. - Red-tailed hawk. - Redbud. -Rose- 
breasted grosbeak. - Sailfish. - Showy orchis. - 
Steelhead trout. - Tamarack. - Trumpet vine. - 
Tulip tree. - Upland plover. - Weeping willow. - 
Western yellow pine. - White pelican. - Yellow 
pond lily. © Feb. 26, 1943; K 53089-53124. 

Norcross. 4529-4549 

Better keep out of sight on Hallowe'en night, 
10H8. - Christmas message, darling, with all my 
love, 50N772. - For old times' sake a Christmas 
message filled with memories, 25N114. - Hi, happy 
New Year, lots of smiles, 10NY20. - Hi there, 
merry Christmas, happy New Year too, 10N243. - 
Just hanging around to wish you a merry Christmas, 
10N344. - Merry Christmas with all the trimmin's, 
15N322. © Mar. 20, 1943; K 53190, 53192-53196, 
53198. 

Christmas note for my husband in the service, 
15PX75. - Loving Christmas note, son, to you in 
the army, 15PX70. © May 8, 1943; K 53191, 53197. 
Confidentially, I get quite a kick out of wishing 
you merry Christmas, 4. - Good night, it's Christ- 
mas again, 9. - Guess who is wishing a merry 
Christmas to you, 11. - Hello there, hope you'll 
have a very merry Christmas and a bright New 
year, 12. - Hey there, hope you'll get what you like, 
7. - Hope it's bright as holly, and gay and jolly, 3, 

- It's an old story but good as new, 8. - It's easy to 
wish a merry Christmas to someone as nice as you, 
6. - My favorite tune, merry Christmas to you, 
10. - Oh deer, it's Christmas and I'ra here with 
bells on, 1. - Stepping out to wish you a merry 
Christmas, 2. - Whee, it's me, saying merry Christ- 
mas to you, 5, © Mar. 13, 1943; K 53178-53189. 

Offermann (F. J.) art works, inc. 4550, 4551 

Mac Arthur (General Douglas) 1, 2. © Dec. 1, 
1942; K 53246, 53247. 

P^er stationery & tablet manufacturers assn., inc. 

4552 
Bonds of victory, write those letters today, 
national letter writing week, October 3-9. © Apr. 
22, 1943; K 53088. 



Parsons (Charles S.) 

Rocker. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; I 32648. 



4553 



Peacock (Howard Kenneth) 4554 

Lamport mausoleum, 5556. © 1 c. May 28, 
1943; I 32698. 



Pierce (Charley) 

Eben West. © May 8, 1943; K 53271. 



4555 



Potter (Harry W.) 4556 

Extreme clipper ship Young America. © May 
24, 1943; I 32702 

Printing arts, inc. 4557 

So this is the army. © Feb. 19, 1943; K 53202. 

Providence lithograph co 4558-4570 

At the well. - Being promoted. - Friendly farm- 
er. - Friends who help us travel. - Good neighbors. 

- How the wall was built. - In a synagogue school. 

- In God's house. - Leaving the land of Egypt. - 
Moses tells of God's laws. - Moses, the leader. - 
Pictures that tell of Jesus. - When Baby Jesus went 
to church. © May 28, 1943; K 53257-53269, 

Pullman CO. 4571-4582 

April shower of suggestion checks. © Apr. 28, 
1943; K 53217. 

Awards, money, cash, 18. © May 11, 1943; K 
53220. 

Don't take chances, 17. © May 4, 1943; K 53219. 

He didn't use his head, 19. © May 18, 1943; K 
53218. 

Ideas made this possible, 13. © Apr. 6, 1943; 
K 53224. 

Let's pull together, 11. © Mar. 23, 1943; K 
53226. 

March blows in checks for suggestion winners. 
© Mar, 26, 1943; K 53216. 

Mighty oaks from little acorns grow, 14. © Apr. 
13, 1943; K 53223. 

SOS, send in your suggestions, 15. © .^r. 20, 
1943; K 53222. 

Third little pig had the right idea, 16. © Apr. 
27, 1943; K 53221. 

We each won $100.00 for our suggestions, 12. 
© Mar. 30, 1943; K 53225. 

Why not be a passenger, 10. © Mar. 16, 1943; 
K 53227. 

Quillen photo. 4583-4589 

Chiang Kai-shek (Madame ): 

Coming down viaduct from Union station in 
Packard car with Mayor Fletcher Bowron, 4055, - 
In car and L. K. K'ung leaving old Chinatown, T. K. 
Chang and Rev, Leong standing, 4077. - On city hall 
steps, seated, L. K. K'ung, Gen Chu Shih-ming, 
Mayor Fletcher Bowron speaking, 4062. - Outside 
special train in auto with Mayor Fletcher Bowron 
and L. K. K'ung, 4054. - Receiving flowers as she 
enters old Chinatown, T. K. Chang. L. K. K'ung and 
Rev. Leong, 4076. - Speaking in old Chinatown, 
chairman Gee, T. K, Chang, Dong sec'y of Washing- 
ton, 4074. - Speaking on platform in old Chinatown, 
chairman Gee holding Chinese paper, 4075. © Apr. 
24, 1943; J 35435-35441. 

Ramsey (L. W ) co. 4590 

Scott County farmers A award for wartime 

agricultural achievement. © Apr. 29, 1943; K 
53214. 

Ray-Bell films, inc. 4591-4606 

Airport and airway traffic control: 

A. T. C instrument ^proach procedure, pt. 
3, 1059r - Enroute A.T.C. procedure, pt. 2, 1059q. 

- Pre-f light procedure, pt. 1, 1059p, © 1 c. each 
May 13, 1943; J 35357, 35359, 35365. 



101 



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4607 



pt. 4, n, s., V. 38 



Altitude, 1059d. - Diaphragm instruments, 1059a. 

- Gyroscopic instruments, 1059b. - Instruments 
flight rules, 1059o. - Magnetic instruments, 1059c. 
© 1 c, each May 13, 1943; J 35352-35355, 35363. 

Analysis of maneuvers using instruments: 

Pt. 1, 1059e. - Pt. 2, 1059f. © 1 c. each May 
13, 1943; I 35360, 35366. 
Radio navigation: 

Bracketing, pt. 2, 1059h. - Irregularities in 

radio range operation, pt. 4, 1059j. - Orientation, 

pt. 3, 10591. - Radio range flying, pt, 1, 1059g. © 1 

c. each May 13, 1943; J 35358, 35361, 35362, 35367. 

Weather control during instrument flight: 

Pt. 1, 1059s. - Pt. 2, 1059t. © 1 c. each May 
13, 1943; J 35356, 35364. 

Republic flow meters co. 4607-4612 

[Recording instrument] chart, 11-800, 14-4800, 
14-3751575, 60^2, 61-303060, 63-8-120240CA. © 
May 10, 1943; I 32603-32607, 32673. 

Richmond (Dora) 4613 

Love suffereth long. © Dec. 10, 1942; J 35450. 

Robbins (Frederick Goodrich) 4614 

Fresh snow on the heights, Chocorua. © May 
19, 1943; K 53213. 

Rothrock (Lillian) 4615 

War ration book folder-holder. © 1 c. May 24, 
1943; I 32676. 

Sackman (Walter) 4616 

King of the tundra. © May 12, 1943, J 35448. 

St. Anthony's guild. 4617 

Immaculate protectress. © May 19, 1943; K 
53215. 

Schneider (F. A.) 4618-4635 

Beer garden, 3948; by J. Hemminger. - Flirta- 
tion dance, 3928; by J. Erbit. - Fording the moun- 
tain stream, 3922; by John Kabel. - Guardian angel, 
3943; by J. Hemminger, - Happy days, 3949; by 
Mabel Rollins Harris. - Humpty Dumpty, 3932; by 
F. Stuart. - In the good old summer time, 3945; by 
J. Hemminger. - Loyal and true, 3950; by F. Samos 
Brunner. - Miraculous medal, 3947; by Albert 
Fisher. - Moonlight serenade, 3944; by Albert Fish- 
er. - Pair of sheers, 3920; by B. Frahm, - Pros- 
perity farm, 3814; by Anthony Meely. - Sincere, 
3933; by J. Erbit. - Sweet memories, 3921; by Billy 
DeVorss. - Where the big ones lie, 3926j by John 
Kabel. - Who's bigger, 3931; by Charlotte Becker. 

- Winter moonlight, 3946; by Henry Whitroy. - 
Young America, 3942; by J, Hemminger. © Mar. 
4, 1943; K 53147-53164. 

Schwendeman (Joseph Raymond) 4636 

Global day and date chart. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1943; 
I 32675. 

Seeley (Gaylon Robert) 4637 

Squaw Butte. © 1 c. May 26, 1943; J 35442. 

Service records co. 4638 

£ pluribus unum, in the service of the U. S. 
world war 2. © Feb. 1, 1943; K 53167. 

Seven-up co. 4639 

For our America. © 1 c. May 14, 1943; K 
53169. 



Shelton (Josephine) 4640 

Utility victory box. © 1 c. June 1, 1943; I 32705. 

Simons (Ethel M.) 4641 

Floor plans cottage house. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1943; 
I 32703. 

Sims (Agnes Cross) 4642 

This is some of the battle gear your soldier 
needs to help him fight for Uncle Sam. © Apr. 2, 
1943; K 53228. 

Skelly oil co. 4643-4654 

Band concert. - Christmas. - Church social. - 
Circus day. - County fair. - Fourth of July. - Gen- 
eral store. - Livery stable. - Medicine show. - Pic- 
nic. - Skating party. - Thanksgiving dinner. © 
Nov. 2, 1942; K 53230-53241. 

Societe liturgique Canadienne. 4655 

Receive, O Holy Father, this spotless host. © 
Apr. 17, 1943; K 53255. 

Sound masters, inc. 4656 

Assembling a pontoon barge, SN-1298(d) © 1 c. 
May 10, 1943; J 35323. 

Standard oil co. of California. 4657, 4658 

Standard takes better care of: 

My car, too, M-523. - Our car, too, M-531. 
© Mar. 15, 1943; K 53251, 53252. 

Stevens (Guy Henry) 4659 

Stevens protractor and line-of-position plotter. 
© 1 c. May 12, 1943; I 32608. 

Thompson (Francis Raymond) 4660 

Meditation. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; J 35449. 

Tinkle (Paul S.) 4661 

Permanent ring micro reading plate. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1943; I 32696. 

Todd shipyards corp. 4662 

Citation for service. © May 13, 1943; K 53168. 

Vogue Wright studios, inc. 4663 

Carbine. © May 13, 1943, K 53210. 

Walsh (J. L.) 4664 

Plotting sheet. © Apr. 21, 1943, I 32530. 

Walters (Lou) 4665 

Programme, so this is gay Paree. © Apr. 1, 
1943; K 53209. 

Webber (Ebbert T.) 4666 

Kodiak play boy. © May 1, 1943, J 35429. 



Weber (Clara C.) 

Little souls. © Oct. 16, 1939; H 2574, 



4667 



Weyer (Edward Moffat) jr. 4668 

Chart for determining the duration of sunlight 
and twilight. © 1 c. May 7, 1943; I 32628. 

Whittaker (Joseph Wengert) 4669-4675 

Coney Island's boardwalk, 6. - Empire State 
building, 1. - Grant's tomb, 2. - Sailor's Snug Har- 
bor, 4. - West Side tennis club stadium, 7. Wool- 
worth building, 3. Yankee stadium, 5. © June 3, 
1943; J 35454-35460. 



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no. 5, 1943 


4677 


Wolf (George) 4676 
Periscope type buoy. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1943; 1 32626. 


Wrona (Frank S.) 4677 
Military tank.. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; I 32654. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) 48 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 

446 one-copy entries) . 782 

Photographs (including 259 one-copy entries) 456 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 30 contributions to periodi- 
cals and other one-copy entries) 1122 

Total - 2408 



103 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4677 



Gutmann (Bessie Pease) 

Double blessing. R 118056, May 7, 1943. 
Mermaid pearls. R 118055, May 7, 1943. 
© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New York. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, 111. 4678, 4679 
For pharmaceuticals: 

Farm is a battleground, too. Bismarsen 
mailing piece. © May 8, 1943; KK 19139. 

Support army emergency relief. Cofron 
mailing piece. © Apr. 23, 1943; KK 19138. 

Advertisers' service div., New York, 4680 

Army-navy insignia guide. For army & navy in- 
signia & decorations. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 19054. 

Aeronca aircraft Corp., Middletown, G. 4681, 4682 
For aircraft: 

They're grasshoppers, b'Gawdl © Feb. 18, 
1943; KK 18996. 

Unbelievable adventure. © May 10, 1943; KK 
18986. 

American dairy assn., Chicago. 4683 

5,000,000 dairy farmers come to the aid of 
thrifty homemakers. For butter. © May 15, 1942; 
KK 19143. 

American stores co., South Kearny, N. J. 4684 

Pointless Pete says. For pointless items, pro- 
ducts not rationed. © May 13, 1943; KK 19258. 

American tobacco co., New York. 4685, 4686 

For cigarettes: 

Carnegie Hall, circular. © May 21; 1943; 
KK 19152. 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. © June 2, 
1943; KK 19296. 

American viscose corp., New York. 4687-4694 

Buying an airport, with rayon! For rayon. © 
Apr. 7, 1943; KK 19064. 
For rayon fabrics: 

Crown tested helps write. © May 6, 1943; 
KK 19212. 

For your country and your customers. © 
May 10, 1943; KK 19214. 

St. George's Salyna joins the new crown test- 
ed plan, © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 19213. 

Wartime colors, are they reliable? © Apr. 
10, 1943; KK 19216. 

What you should know about rayon stockings. 
© May 10, 1943; KK 19215. 
For rayon products: 

Rayon delivers eats for hungry fighters. © 
Apr. 21,4943; KK 19065. 

Rayon reports. May, 1943. © Apr. 14, 1943; 
KK 19063. 

Arden (Elizabeth) New York. 4695 

Rest you deserve. For beauty preparations. © 
Jan. 23, 1942; KK 19140. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 4696-4701 

For meats: 

Armour's meat ration meals. ©May 7, 1943; 
KK 19100. 

Armour's meat ration meals. © May 14, 
1943; KK 19099, 



Armour's meat ration meals. © May 21, 
1943; KK 19294. 

Meat pies make meat go a long way. © Apr. 
20, 1943; KK 19243. 

Meats that are served overseas. © Apr. 30, 
1943; KK 19244. 

Week's delicious dinners with meat points 
to spare. © May 28, 1943; KK 19295. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co,, inc., Louisville. 4702 

Psst, here's the inside story of a cleaner, finer 

smoke. For cigarettes. © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 18999. 

Bauer fc Black, Chicago. 4703, 4704 

From battlefield to home front. For surgical 

dressings. © May 12, 1943; KK 19141, 

Now, for the first time, instant bandages with 

Sulfathiazole. For bandages. © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 

19142. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 4705 

That nice Jones boy is sure raising hell. For 
aircraft. © May 6, 1943; KK 19055. 

Belle Sharmeer div. Wayne knitting mills. See 
Wayne knitting mills. Belle Sharmeer div. 

Bendix aviation corp., Bendix, N. J. 4706-4709 

For aircraft instruments: 

Service bulletin, converting type 1801 com- 
pass to type 1833-1-A, army type D-12 compass, 
© May 7, 1943; KK 18970, 

Service bulletin, interchangeability of Auto- 
syn housings, type AY-Autosyns. © May 7, 1943; 
KK 18971. 

Service bulletin, new air -compensated dia- 
phragm for sensitive altimeters, © May 7, 1943; 
KK 19095. 

Service bulletin, new -type expansion cham- 
ber assembly for compasses. © May 7, 1943; KK 
19094. 

Best & CO., inc., New York, 4710-4713 

All set for a wonderful summer in Best's play- 
clothes. For girls' shorts, shirts, overalls & play- 
suits. © May 23, 1943; KK 19195. 

Gay as a garden, pretty young cottons from 
Best's* For girls' dresses, © May 9, 1943; KK 
18968, 

Home front cottons. For dress , coverall overall, 
duster, playsuit, skirt & shirt, © May 9, 1943; KK 
18969, 

In demand, Best's year-round classics. For 
dress, coats, suits, slacks, sweaters, skirt & jac- 
ket. © May 23, 1943; KK 19196. 

Biederman furniture co,, St. Louis. 4714 

Visit Biederman's complete reupholstering de- 
partment, over 500 covers to choose froml For 
slip covers and recovers, © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 
19287. 

Bon Ami co., New York. 4715, 4716 

For cleanser: 

Hasn't scratched yet, means more than ever 
today, © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 19001, 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



It doesn't take a scratchy cleanser. © Apr. 
28, 1943; KK 19247. 

Bonwit Teller, Inc., New York. 4717-4719 

For women's apparel: 

B. H. Wragge clothes. © May 16, 1943; KK 
19068. 

Chinese Shantung accessories. © May 23, 
1943; KK 19181. 

Home is where the housecoat is. © May 23, 
1943; KK 19182. 

Borden co., Houston, New York, 4720-4734 

For dairy products: 

4 market tips for wartime shopping, by Elsie. 
© Apr. 28, 1943; KK 19027. 

4 market tips for wartime shopping, by Elsie. 
© Apr. 29, 1943; KK 19096. 

Here's how to spot America's first line planes. 
© May 19, 1943; KK 19171. 

How about a food conference on Borden's? 
© May 12, 1943; KK 19308. 
For fresh milk: 

His wife packs a lunch a man can work on! 
Man: What's the gag? © May 4, 1943; KK 19023. 

See! This bottle pours easy as a pitcher. © 
Apr. 14, 1943; KK 19307. 

She really won it. © May 11, 1943; KK 19309. 
For homogenized milk: 

Mamma, Johnnie failed the air corps exam. 
© May 12, 1943; KK 19219. 

Pioneer woman lives again on Oklahoma dairy 
farms. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 18976. 

For vitamin and mineral fortified drink: 

Pardon, please, our shortage of clerks. © 
Apr. 26, r943; KK 19311. 

Report to our stockholders. © Mar. 1, 1943; 
KK 19306. 

Today, laughed Elsie, we're detail men with 
horns. © May 1, 1943; KK 19026. 

We may be short of this an' that. © Apr. 26, 
1943; KK 19310. 

His wife packs a lunch a man can work on. Gotta 
coupla ships to build today. For fluid milk. © May 
4, 1943; KK 19025. 

My question is, how can a fellow keep his folks 
from using all his Borden's evaporated milk? For 
evaporated milk. © May 1, 1943, KK 19024. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. .4735, 4736 
For worsted and woolen piece goods: 

Back stage with Botany. © May 11, 1943; KK 
18988. 

Never too busy for quality. © May 25, 1943; 
KK 19201. 

Breezewood pipe co.. New York. 4737, 4738 

For pipe: 

From the Great Smoky Mountains. © May 18, 
1943; KK 19082. 



18957. 



New Breezewood pipe. © May 4, 1943; KK 



4739-4741 



Castle films, inc.. New York. 
For movie films: 

Battle for Tunisia. © Apr. 23, 1943; KK 
19115. 

U. S. carrier fights for life. © Feb. 12, 1943; 
KK 19114. 

You can own this terrific movie 1 © May 14, 
1943; KK 19204. 



Celanese celluloid corp., New York. 4742, 4743 

For plastic: 

Lumarith E. C, another Lumarith plastic in 
fighting shape. © May 8, 1943; KK 19259. 

When plane windows need impact strength. 
© Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18952. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 4744, 4745 
Celanese' fabric premieres spring issue for 

women in war. • For fabrics. © May 20, 1943 KK 

19200. 

This transfer is good news to hosiery shoppers. 

For hosiery. © May 17, 1943; KK 19240. 

Charm-kurl co., St. Paul. 4746 

Permanent wave complete home kit 59^. For 
home permanent wave set, © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 
18982. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 4747 

Cheating death with black diamonds. For coal. 
© Apr. 26, 1943; KK 19059. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc.. Summit, N. J. 

4748 
Merchants of life. For pharmaceutical products. 
© May 13, 1943; KK 19220. 

Coca-cola co., Atlanta, Wilmington, Del. 

4749=4755 
For soft drink: 

Ask the stoker, © May 9, 1943; KK 19180. 

Coke party. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 19218. 

Coke party. Five girls at table. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19179, 

Lunch refreshed. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 19217. 

Rest-pause that refreshes. Workman carry- 
ing shell. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 18975. 

That extra something. Stonewall Jackson. © 
Apr. 28, 1943; KK 18956. 

Thirst's inning. Two girl Softball players. © 
Feb. 18, 1943; KK 19241. 

Connor (W. B.) engineering corp,. New York, 4756 
Ventilation through air recovery. For air con- 
ditioning equipment. © May 4, 1943; KK 19051, 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 4757-4759 

For household glassware: 

Dear mom, how about some clear clean Py- 
rex dishes. © Mar. 20, 1943; KK 19229. 

Hospital-safe at every meal. ©May 22, 1942; 
KK 19228. 

Sweeter they are, the harder they fall. © 
May 16, 1943; KK 19160. 



Corsan products, inc.. New York. 4760-4763 

For flavoring extract: 

New I Venoka. Display packer. © May 20, 
1943; KK 19318. 

New I Venoka tasty-rich flavoring. Window 
sign. © May 20, 1943; KK 19317. 

Tasty-rich triumph in fine flavoring. Venoka 
package insert, recipe folder, © May 20, 1943; 
KK 19313. 

Venoka flavoring. Shelf strip. © May 20, 
1943; KK 19316. 

Coty, inc., New York. 4764-4767 

For cosmetics: 

If you're in love, wear Muguet des Bois. © 
May 11, 1943; KK 19006. 



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4812 



If you're in love, wear Muguet des Bois. © 
May 20, 1943; KK 19292. 

New Coty salon shades. © May 28, 1943; KK 
19293. 

If you're in love, wear Muguet des Bois. For 
perfunae. © May 9, 1943; KK 19067. 

Cramer-Tobias-Meyer, New York. 4768 

Step lively, fellows, it's spring. For young 
men's apparel. © Feb. 16, 1943; KK 19013. 

Denver sales co. See Senter (Gano E.), d.b.a. Den- 
ver sales CO. 

Diadul (A.) & sons, inc., Chicago. 4769 

Ad-son's truss service for safety in action. 
For surgical appliances. © Apr. 10, 1943; KK 
19053. 

Diamond tool co., Chicago. 4770 

No. 3 catalog. For tools. © Apr. 21, 1943; KK 
19041. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 4771 

How to be a better office boy. For stencil dup- 
licators and supplies. © May 5, 1943; KK 18984. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 4772 

Man on the moon could compete with us. For 

oil-soluble-vitamins. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 19275. 

Donaldson (James E.) Columbus, O. 4773, 4774 

Mlrra household cleener. For cleaning solution. 
© Mar. 22, 1943; KK 19062. 

Mirra moth proof immunizer. For moth proof- 
ing compound. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 19092. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 4775-4777 

Even in the cleanest tub sewer germs breed. 
For powder to clean pipes and drains. © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 19123. - 

For fluid for cleanii^ windows: 

Bluebirds whistle. © Mar. 23, 1943; KK 
19131. 

This is the story of young Mary Bade. © 
Mar. 19, 1943; KK 19122. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., New York. 

4778 

Second may mean a lifetime, but to one man 

1/300,000,000 of a second means a lifetime. For 

oscilloscope and television, precision electronic. 

© Apr. 25, 1943; KK 19060. 



Eagle pencil co.. New York. 

Your he-male loves V...-maiL 
© May 6, 1943; KK 19144. 



4779 
For lead pencils. 



Enterprise engine & foundry co.-, San Francisco. 

4780 
Processes tons per hour instead of pounds — 
Enterprise vertical mills. For process machinery 
and equipment. © Mar. 24, 1943; KK 18990. 



Fideler (Raymond E.), d.b.a. Informative class- 
room picture publishers, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

4781 
Pictures for visualizing your curriculum. For 

informative classroom pictpre series. © Oct. 12, 

1942; KK 19288. 



Finch 0os. S.) & co., inc., Schenley, Pa. 4782 

Tie these two if you can. For whiskey. © May 
24, 1943; KK 19151. 

Frederics (E.) inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 

4783, 4784 
For permanent waye supplies: 

It is so easy to get higher prices. © May 24, 
1943; KK 19167. 

Nearest thing to naturally curly hair. © May 
24, 1943; KK 19166. 

G & W electric specialty co., Chicago. 4785 

G & W forethought, no. F3. For gas filled pot- 
heads. © May 15, 1943; KK 19230. 

General ceramics co., Keasbey, N. J. 4786 

Miscellaneous vessels and equipment. For mis- 
cellaneous vessels and equipment, gas generators 
& hydrogen sulfide generators. © May 1, 1943; KK 
19076. 



General cigar co., inc.. New York. 

Percy likes old things. For cigars. 
1943; KK 19014. 



4787 
© Mar. 15, 



4788-4812 



General mills, inc., Minnfeapolis. 
For cereal: 

At last, corn in the form of puffed-flakes I © 
Mar. 28, 1943; KK 19285. 

CheeriO'Leary tells how you can have a heat- 
giving oatmeal cereal without cooking! © Jan. 17, 
1943; KK 19278. 

Dunno who he is, he just said he'd had a 
breakfast of champions. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 
19262. 

Extends meat, adds flavor. © May 15, 1943; 
KK 19267. 

Great newsl We've put corn into malt-sweet, 
dainty puffed-flakes! © Apr. 4, 1943; KK 19276. 

Here you are, corn in tender, sweet, crisp 
puff ed-f lakes I © Apr. 9, 1943; KK 19274. 

If less meat, then more of what? © Mar. 
26, 1943; KK 19260. 

It's a big hit with the Powells! © Mar. 7, 
1943; KK 19279. 

Mischa Auer is in my power! <& Apr. 18, 
1943; KK 19280. 

Mr. Fred MacMurray wants his breakfast in 
a hurry! © May 16, 1943; KK 19283. 

Oasis in a world of scarcities. © Apr. 11, 
1943; KK 19270. 

Panty -waist breakfasts can't lick the Axis! 
© Apr. 4, 1943; KK 19281. 

Point-ers. © May 1, 1943; KK 19266. 

Strange custom of 18-hour fast. © Mar. 27, 
1943; KK 19269. 

Take that, Mr. Hitler! I ate myfightii^ cereal 
this morning! © Mar. 23, 1943; KK 19263. 

This is really a honey, and I'm not being 
funny! © Mar. 21, 1943; KK 19282. 

Who says you need a hot cooked cereal for 
winter breakfasts? © Jan, 12, 1943; KK 19264. 

Wish you were twins? © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 
19271. 

Zowiel With a cereal like that imder my belt. 
© Feb, 23, 1943; KK 19268. 
For flour: 

Betty Crocker suggests. © Apr. 20, 1943 ;KK 
19265. 

Highlights of cooky making. © Jan. 7, 1943; 
KK 19272. 



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It hails from frontier days, this 4-layer jelly 
cake. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 19261. 

Lemon mist piel © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 19277. 
Larro merchandiser, v. 1, no. 4. For feeds. © 
Apr. 16, 1943; KK 19284. 

Make the most of available foods. For biscuit 
flour and cereal. © Mar, 21, 1943; KK 19286, 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 

4813-4828 
For whiskey: 

Are you choosey about your whiskey? © Apr, 
7, 1943; KK 19298. 

Ask for the 1942 Glenmore. © May 2, 1942; 
KK 19175. 

Called for Glenmore lately? © Apr. 25, 1942; 
KK 19174, 

For better highballs better buy Glenmore. © 
Mar. 3, 1943; KK 19304. 

Get this straignt, for a milder drink. © Mar. 
24, 1943; KK 19297. 

Here's good news from old Kentucky. © 
Apr. 27, 1942; KK 19178. 

Looking for a better bourbon? © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 19184. 

Make the 1942 Glenmore your number one 
bourbon. © May 13, 1942; KK 19177. 

Make your next bottle Glenmore. © Apr. 
28, 1943; KK 19302. 

Pour Glenmore you get more. © May 5, 
1943; KK 19300. 

Reliable hosts rely on Glenmore. © Apr. 
21, 1943; KK 19299. 

Take the guesswork out of your homework. 
© Mar. 17, 1943; KK 19305. 

To make your next drink smoother. © Apr. 
23, 1943; KK 19183. 

Tried Glenmore lately? © May 9, 1942; KK 
19176. 

Wherever Glenmore is served. © Apr. 14, 
1943; KK 19301. 

You won't go wrong with^ Glenmore. © Mar. 
31; 1943; KK 19303. 

Goetz (Martin George), d.b.a. Silk bubbles pro- 
ducts, Los Angeles. 4829 
Sheer helps you prolong the life of your founda- 
tion garments. For chemical cleanser & deodorant. 
© Apr. 23, 1943; KK 19227. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 4830, 4831 

For watches: 

Greatest enemy our air force has to meet. 
© Apr. 23, 1943; KK 19000. 

This year remember them well. © Apr. 30, 
1943; KK 19153. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 4832-4834 

For ale: 

Fine impression! © May 19, 1943; KK 19222. 

Nice to come home to. © May 25, 1943; KK 
19223. 

Put it over the plate. © May 11, 1943; KK 
19102. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N. 
Y. 4835-4837 

Cheese making in the home. For cheese rennet 

and color tablets. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19089. 
First important steps in using Hansen's cheese 

color tablets. For cheese color tablets. © May 

10, 1943; KK 19058. 



First important steps in using Hansen's cheese 
rennet tablets. For cheese rennet tablets. © Apr. 
2, 1943; KK 19057. 

Harris -Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 4838 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 4, Apr., 1943. For 
lithographic supplies. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19245. 

Harrison co., inc.. Union City, Ind. 4839, 4840 

Harco library of games and toys. For games and 

toys. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18992, 

Pursuit, For game, © Mar. 18, 1943; KK 19148. 

Hercules powder co., inc.. New York, Wilmington, 
Del. 4841, 4842 

Mixing the unmixable. For chemicals. © May 

13, 1943; KK 19069, 

This advertisement printed from these plastic 

plates. For chemicals, cellulose acetate. © May 

6, 1943; KK 18967. 

Herz mfg. corp,. New York. 4843 

Here is you^^ copy of the new kitchen-guide 
ration chart. For portion control cups. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19199. 

Hit parade, inc.. New York. 4844, 4845 

For sound records & sheet music: 

Hit parade. Week of May 10, 1943. © May 
10, 1943; KK 19136. 

Hit parade. Week of May 17, 1943. © May 
17, 1943; KK 19137. 

Hulsh (B, M.), d,b.a, Trojan products & mfg. co., 

Chicago. 4846 

Safety protection from oily or greasy floors with 

quick-sil oil absorbent compound. For a grease 

and oil absorbent. © May 1, 1943; KK 19173. 

Hyde park breweries, assa., inc. St. Louis. 4847 
Folks go for my extra-aging right off the reeU 
For alcoholic beverage. © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 
19130. 



Imperial paper & color corp.. Glens Falls, N. Y. 

4848, 4849 
For wallpaper: 

Our living room furniture was in rose and 
blue. © Mar. 26, 1943; KK 19086, 

We had soft blue curtains. © Mar. 10, 1943; 
KK 19085. 

Informative classroom picture publishers. See 
Fideler (Raymond E.), d,b.a. Informative class- 
room picture publishers. 



International silver co., New York. 4850 

Wedding veil. For gilverware. © Apr. 2, 1943; 
KK 19133, 



Interwoven stocking co.. New Brunswick, N. J. 

4851-4861 
For men's socks: 

Any way you look at it. Above all else, re- 
liability! © May 6, 1943; KK 19019. 

Destiny rides again. © May 15, 1943; KK 
19147. 

Destiny rides again. © May 19, 1943; KK 
19146. 

Destiny rides again. Tough and colorful. © 
May 6, 1943; KK 19022. 



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4897 



Down under mesh, WC 118. Take a tip from 
Interwoven, WC 119, © May 15, 1943; KK 19149. 

Easy going. For your second front. © May 
6, 1943; KK 19018, 

Easy going. Interwoven softies, WC 116. In- 
terwoven ranger ribs socks, WC 117. © May 15, 
1943; KK 19150. 

For the discriminating. Now, good socks. 
© May 6, 1943; KK 19020. 

Knockout of a sock. Genuine derby ribs, © 
May 6, 1943; KK 19021. 

On the alert for Father's day. © May 20, 
1943; KK 19145. 

Window displays. © Apr. 23, 1943; KK 
19242, 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 4862 

Dinner at 8 - at 14th and Main. For wax. © 
May 9, 1943; KK 19034. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 4863 

Full control. For sutures. © Apr. 29, 1942; 
KK 19172. 

Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 4864 

Men of science and skill expand war-steel pro- 
duction. For steel. © May 20, 1943; KK 19161. 

Kline (Quentin M.) Dearborn, Mich. 4865 

Snappy-cal makes interest time pleasant. For 
calculator. © May 10, 1943; KK 19198. 

Kops bros., inc.. New York. • 4866 

More power to you. For foundation garments. 
© May 10, 1943; KK 18987. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 4867-4871 

For cheese: 

Grand spread for the children. © Apr. 14, 
1943; KK 19107. 

Real finds for wartime meals. © Apr. 11, 
1943; KK 19111. 

For oleomargarine, cheese: 

6 different kinds of sandwiches. © May 9, 
1943; KK 19110. 

Wise use of nutritious Velveeta. © Apr. 20, 
1943; KK 19105. 

Serve salads for good nutrition. For salad dres- 
sing, cheese, © Apr. 19, 1943; KK 19104. 

Kreisler 0acques) mfg. Corp., North Bergen, N. J. 

4872, 4873 
For jewelry & jewelry accessories: 

Accessory jewelry dept. builds traffic. © 
Mar. 1, 1942; KK 19235. 

For profit replacement look to your acces- 
sory jewelry dept. © Feb. 1, 1942; KK 19236. 

Lane-Freiberger, Denver. 4874 

Gasoline rationing mileage computer. For pet- 
roleum products. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 19072. 

LaVine (Edward) Twentynine Palms, Calif, 4875 
Authorized service ribbons. For service rib- 
bons and service bars. © Apr, 23, 1943; KK 19289. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

4876, 4877 
For disinfectant: 

Free, new book. © May 18, 1943; KK 19163. 
How to fight germs on the farm. Lightning 
fast. © May 20, 1943; KK 19162. 



Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 4878-4880 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says Ed 
Thorgersen © Apr. 21, 1943; KK 19132, 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says Miss 
Rheingold 1943 © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 19127. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Tommy Dorsey. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 19126. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 4881, 4882 
For cigarettes: 

They give you what counts most. Farmer. 
© May 11, 1943; KK 19048. 

They make good everywhere with their mild- 
er better taste. 3 girls, WAVE, welder, WAAC. © 
May 25, 1943; KK 19221. 

Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft Corp., Bur- 
bank, Calif. 4883 
Sub smasher, LA-206. For aircraft. © Apr. 

28, 1943; KK 18953. 

Long (W. E.) CO., Chicago. 4884 

Psycho-entrana. For radio scripts. © May 17, 
1943; KK 19101. 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 4885 

Don't forget your Dura-gloss. For nail polish. 
© Apr. 25, 1943; KK 18958. 

Magnolia petroleum CO., Dallas. 4886 

Your car can last longer than you think. For 
Mobiloil, Mobilgas. © May 4, 1943; KK 18979. 

Master surgical instrument corp., Irvington, N. J. 

4887 

Presenting Master. Halstead's Mosquito. For 

surgical instruments. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 19028. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 

4888-4890 
For dictionaries: 

Circle and monogram, Apr., 1943. © Apr. 
12, 1943; KK 19077. 

Circle and monogram, May, 1943. © May 
12, 1943; KK 19079. 

To be published in the fall of 1943, a pronoun- 
cing dictionary of American English. © May 4, 
1943; KK 19078. 

National geographic society, Washington, 

4891, 4892 

Maps, timely, ten-color wall maps, circular 
map-5-43. For maps. © May 7, 1943; KK 19121. 

Nature books and pictorial panoramas, circular 
BP-5-43. For books and pictures. © May 13, 
1943; KK 19120. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

4893, 4894 

Heill I vant you to be mein goot friend. For 
vitamin A & D oils. © May 20, 1943; KK 19291. 

Use Vitex vitamin D concentrate for profitable 
production of vitamin D milk. For vitamin D milk. 
© May 11, 1943; KK 19009. 

Northern paper mills. Green B^y, Wis. 4895-4897 
For toilet tissue: 

Gentle Northern tissue. © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 
19128. 

Gentle Northern tissue, © Apr. 21, 1943; 
KK 19125.N 



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Northern's gentleness. © Mar, 19, 1943; 
KK 19224. 

Odosin CO., New York. 4898 

Odolure insect run. For insecticide. © May 4, 
1943; KK 19119. 

Ohrbach's, inc., New York, Newark, N. J. 4899 

Come out into the sunshine. For women's ap- 
parel. © May 16, 1943; KK 19066. 

One-two-three co., inc., New York. 490u 

Cool off brother, have a Zesta-kooler, the kool- 
er with the added zest, made with 1-2-3 mixer, 
picture of man blowing and glass. For lime mix- 
er. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 19040, 

Ortho products, inc., Linden, N. J. 4901-4903 

For vaginal jelly: 

Acceptability, a cardinal factor in effective- 
ness, © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 18973. 

Seeds of the red lotus. © May 7, 1943; KK 
18972, 

Diaphragm fitting, principles and practice. For 
vaginal diaphragms. © May 24, 1943; KK 18974. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 4904 

Doors for lasting service 1 For garage doors. 
© May 1, 1943; KK 18985. 

paramount steel rule dies, inc.. New York. 4905 
No. 50 wee whatnot for corners. For portable 
shelf cabinets. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 19135. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 4906-4909 

For ink, fountain pen: 

New, a permanent black record ink. © May 

I, 1943; KK 19112. 

Solv-X what it is, what it does. © Apr. 25, 
1943; KK 19113. 

You don't have to tell this marine I © May 

II, 1943; KK 19103. 

So few for '43, we hope each fills a vital war- 
time need. For fo^intain pens. © Mar, 31, 1943; 
KK 19109. 



Parrott & co., San Francisco. 4910 

Famous wine recipes. For wine. © Apr. 19, 
1943; KK 19226. 

Patek Philippe co., inc.. New York. 4911 

Patek Philippe. For watches. © May 1, 1943; 
KK 19032. 

Pepsi-cola co., Long Island City, N. Y. 4912-4915 
For soft drink: 

Pepsi and Pete, the Pepsi-cola cops. Art 
thieves. © Jan. 16, 1943; KK 18963. 

Pepsi and Pete, the Pepsi-cola cops. Baby 
face. © Apr. 3, 1943; KK 18965, 

Pepsi and Pete, the Pepsi-cola cops, Black- 
oiff. © May 1, 1943; KK 18966. 

Pepsi and Pete, ttie Pepsi -cola cops. Scrap 
drive. © May 6, 1943; KK 18964. 

Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 4916-4925 

For electrical instruments and parts: 

All together, heave hoi © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 
19189. 

Coming events cast their shadows. © Apr. 
16, 1943; KK 19190. 



Coming-out party, with plenty of Yanks. © 
Apr. 21, 1943; KK 19191. 

Hand that rocks the cradle. © May 6, 1943; 
KK 19187, 

He's in there pitchin', too! © Mar. 24, 1943; 
KK 19192. 

He's passing the ammunition, tool © Feb. 
22, 1943; KK 19185, 

Hi, Buddy! © May 10, 1943; KK 19194, 

How he got the jump on them. © Mar. 11, 
1943; KK 19186. 

In the Axis' face. © Mar. 5, 1943; KK 19188. 

Three blind rats. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 
19193. 

Pillsbury feed mills div. Pillsbury flour mills co. 
See Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed 
mills div. 

Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed mills div., 
Clinton, la. 4926 

Pillsbury's Best program turkeys. For com- 
mercial feed. © May 7, 1943; KK 18978. 

Press-on, inc., New York, 4927 

Now, you can mend clothes with a hot iron in 6 
seconds. For mending tape, © Mar, 29, 1943; KK 
19234. 

Ramsey accessories mfg, corp., St. Louis. 4928 
Give America all you've got, do the job right. 
For piston rings. © May 8, 1943; KK 19061. 

Real silk hosiery mills, inc., Indianapolis. 

4929, 4930 

Designed-for-action clothes by Realsilk. For 
wearing apparel. © June 5, 1942; KK 19249. 

Lingerie of glamour. For lingerie. © Apr. 10, 
1942; KK 19250. 

Revlon products corp,. New York. 4931-4933 

For nail enamel and lipstick: 

Don't blame your jobber! © Mar, 25, 1943; 
KK 19116, 

7 out of 8 smart women swear by Revlon. © 
Apr. 11, 1943; KK 19118, 

Why you will see more signs like this, © 
Apr, 25, 1943; KK 19117. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co,, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

4934 
Camels, E-47, Red Hulse. For cigarettes. © 
Apr. 28, 1943; KK 19071. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 4935-4938 
Do's and don'ts. For typewriters. © Apr. 2, 

1943; KK 19225. 
For carbon paper: 

I hear Roytype carbon paper is selling so fast. 

© Mar. 1, 1943; KK 19134. 

I hear we're being sold. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 

19129. 

Lassie, ye should be wear-r-rin' kilts. For 

carbon papers and ribbons. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 

19124. 

Schoeninger (Joseph R.) Evanston, 111. 4939 

New, for editors of modern publications. For 
brevitorials and art-spots. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 
19012. 



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4980 



Sealed power Corp., Muskegon, Mich. 4940 

It's simpler than ABC. For piston rings. © 
May 21, 1943; KK 19169. 

Seeman bros., inc., New York. 4941 

Great new discovery kills kitchen odors quick! 
For home deodorant. © June 1, 1943; KK 19312. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 4942-4947 

For shoes: 

Charm. © Mar. 29, 1943; KK 19206. 

I am proud of the women I left behind me, © 
Mar. 19, 1943; KK 19208. 

I've learned plenty. © Apr 20, 1943; KK 
19207. 

Snapshot of a wise woman and how she solved 
a problem. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19211. 

Spotlight is on you and your shoe ration cou- 
pon. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 19209. 

Yankee Doodle dandies. © Apr. 29, 1943; 
KK 19205. 

Senter (Gano E.), d.b.a. Denver sales co., Denver. 

4948 
Ever-charge, your battery lifesaver. For bat- 
tery compound. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 19097. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 4949 

Servel, inc., newsletter to gas company exec- 
utives. For meal planner blanks. © Feb. 24, 
1943; KK 19088. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 4950 

Our fresh up. For soft drink. © May 14, 1943; 
KK 19035. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 

4951-4955 
For writing equipment; 

Handiest writing set, Sheaffer's triumph 
tuckaway. © May 18, 1943; KK 19159. 

Make it a summer parade^ of letters from 
home. © May 6, 1943; KK 19157.^ 

Recipe for a perfect letter. © May 15, 1943; 
KK 19156. 

Wherever they go, they'll write I © May 21, 
1943; KK 19158. 

Write, and he reads your voice on Tulagi 
Island. © May 14, 1943; KK 19155. 



Sheffer (Kyrle A.) Chicago. 

Who's who in Japans army. 
23, 1943; KK 19091. 



For beer. 



4956 
© Apr, 



4957, 4958 



Shell oil CO., inc.. New York. 
For gasoline; 

Tomorrow is the last day. © Nov. 20, 1942; 
KK 19017. 

Your gasoline ration book tells you when to 
change your motor oil. © Nov. 16, 1942; KK 19016, 

Sika, inc., Passaic, N. J. 4959, 4960 

For waterproofing compound: 

How to seal leaks against pressure with quick 
setting Sika. © May 4, 1943; KK 19098. 

Specifications for dampproofing exterior sur- 
faces of brick walls, pointing, transparent damp- 
proofing and caulking. © Apr 15, 1943; KK 18977. 



Silk bubbles products. See Goetz (Martin George), 
d.b.a, SiUc bubbles products. 



Singer mfg. co. , Elizabethport, N. J 4961 

I'm glad I own a Singer. For sewing machines 
© Apr. 1, 1942; KK 19039. 

Singer sewing machine co , New York! 4962 

Recomendaciones importantes de actualidad. 

For sewing machines. © May 10, 1943; KK 19002. 

Smith (Oilman B.) co., inc., New York. 4963 

Smith s iron-on mending cloth. For mending 
cloth. © May 11, 1943; KK 19197. 

Sonotone Corp., Elmsford, N, Y. 4964, 4965 

For hearing aid: 

In the summer of 1937. © May 7, 1943; KK 
19033. 

While consultant George McK — . ® Mar. 
26, 1943; KK 18955. 

SoundScriber Corp., New Haven. 4966 

Hurry call from Africa SoundScribed in Detroit. 

For recording device. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 19154. 

Stanco, inc.. New York. 4967-4974 

For mineral oil: 

Commuter's wife, hello, there, Aunt May. © 
Feb. 20, 1942; KK 19005. 

Shopper, you're looking marvelously fit these 
days, Sarah. Found a new beauty parlor? © Jan. 
2, 1942; KK 19045. 

Suburbanite, why Tom, I haven't seen you 
shining up the old bus in a coon's age. © May 6, 
1942; KK 19043, 

Young mother, my you're looking well. © 
Jan. 19, 1942; KK 19004, 
For nose drops: 

Gosh, I never expected you'd be on the job 
today with that stopped-up nose you had yesterday. 
© Nov. 17, 1941; KK 19047. 

I'm certainly surprised you turned up today 
for your fitting, your head was so stuffed-up yes- 
terday. © Jan. 7, 1942; KK 19046. 

That stuffed-up nose you had last night. © 
Nov. 19, 1941; KK 19003. 

No moths can live in my blankets, I spray reg- 
ularly with Flit. For insect spray. © Apr. 15, 
1942; KK 19044. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 4975, 4976 

For nonpareil turbine oil: 

One big turbine after another shifts to non- 
pareil turbine oil. © May 1, 1942; KK 19238. 

When loads reach plant capacity. © Apr. 28, 
1942; KK 19237. 

Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 4977 
RPM chassis grease. For motor oils and 
greases, © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 19056. 

Strickland (J.) & co., Memphis, Tenn. 4978 

Now try the one hair tonic. For hair tonic. © 
May 2, 1943; KK 19165. 

Stromberg- Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 4979 

Promise me this, America. For radios, tele- 
phones, sound systems. © May 20, 1943; KK 19246. 

Tampax, inc., New York. 4980 

Be sure to read these directions before using 
Tampax. For sanitary protection, © May 5, 1943; 
KK 19049. 



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Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 4981-4984 

For cake: 

Signals good eating. Billboard 93, © Apr. 
10, 1943; KK 19010. 

Tastykake. Krimpet, car card, 94. © May 
17, 1943; KK 19257. 

Tastykake, cup cake. Poster 93. © Apr. 19, 
1943; KK 19011. 

Tastykake, super-cargo. Billboard 94. © 
May 18, 1943; KK 19256. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 4985 

Her Russian soldier-sweetheart is a German 
prisoner. For roller bearii^s. © May 4, 1943; 
KK 18983. ^ 

Tivoli brewii^ co., Detroit. 4986 

When lusty knights fought armored war. For 
beer, © Apr. 28, 1943; KK 18995. 

Toy kraft, inc., Wooster, O. 4987 

Come to the toy fair. For toys. © Feb. 12, 
1943; KK 19075. 

Trojan products & mfg. co. See Hulsh (B. M.), d. 
b.a. Trojan products & mfg. co. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co., New York. 

4988-4990 
For office equipment: 

Back them up. © Mar. 17, 1942; KK 19232. 
It's training time in offices, tool © Feb. 4, 
1942j KK 19231. 

It s a war of machines, all kinds of machines. 
For office machines. © Jan. 23, 1942; KK 19233. 

Union oil co. of California, Los Angeles. 4991 

Dirty oil filter can wreck your motor. For oil 
filter. © May 2, 1943; KK 19042, 

Union special machine co., Chicago. 4992 

Stop thread breakage, the Union special needle 
cooler. For needle cooler. © Apr. 3, 1943; KK 
18991. 

Unit structures, inc., Peshtigo, Wis. 4993 

On their pre-war record, you can depend. For 
glued laminated arches & beams. © Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 19254. 

Universal Zonolite insulation co., Chicago. 4994 
Zonolite insulation on the farm. For insulation. 
© Apr, 30, 1943; KK 18989. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 4995, 4996 

For eye glasses: 

Lieutenant at Chateau Thierry, a colonel to- 
day. © Apr. 16, 1942; KK 19073. 

Soldier's bride in '17, a soldier's mother to- 
day. © May 6, 1942; KK 19074. 



Valve pilot Corp., New York, 4997-4999 

Valve pilot tape talks, 37-39. For recording in- 
struments, © May 10, 1943; KK 18959-18961. 

Vega aircraft corp. Lockheed aircraft corp. See 
Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp. 

Visking corp., Chicago. 5000 

Our government says, don't waste food. For 
skinless frankfurters. © May 26, 1943; KK 19210. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc., Peoria, 111. 

5001, 5002 
For whiskey: 

Beach party in the South seas? © Nov. 5, 
1942; KK 18998. 

Fire is fine in a gamecock. © Mar. 10, 1943; 
KK 18997, 



Warren (Northam) Corp., Stamford, Conn. 5003 

America's smartest women choose favorite Cu- 
tex nail shade. For nail i)olish. © Apr. 25, 1943; 
KK 19015, 



Wayne knitting mills. Belle Sharmeer div,, Fort 
Wayne. 5004 

Belle Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes, 1942's 

the year to learn. For women's stocking. © Feb. 

13, 1942; KK 18950. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 5005, 5006 

Add beauty to your smile. For liquid dentifrice. 

© Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19106. 

Important part of war work. For toothbrush. © 

Apr. 15, 1943; KK 19108. 

Weisfield & Goldberg, inc., Seattle. 5007 

Weisfield & Goldberg's diamond import sale. 
For diamonds. © May 7, 1943; KK 19087. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 5008, 5009 

For neck ties: 

Montapa copper. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 18962. 
Worn with pride. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 19084. 

Wendell's, inc., Minne^olis. 5010 

Permanent way to mark ration point values for 
the duration,' For ration point value marking rub- 
ber stamp. © May 12, 1943; KK 19031. 

Weyerhaeuser sales co., St. Paul. 5011 

Farm equipment to help take the place of the ex- 
tra man you need. For farm equipment. © Apr, 
23, 1943; KK 19164. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 5012 

Wire to the Axis. For wire. © May 20, 1943; 
KK 19170. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 1766 



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LABELS 



Bennett (Leo) New York. 5013 

Cheery notes. For stationery. © May 24, 1943; 
KK 19248. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 5014 

Glamour debs, by Bourbeuse. For shoe box 
label. © May 12, 1943; KK 19070. 

Castilla products, inc.. New York. 5015 

Harlot's alternating night face cream. For 
face cream. © May 10, 1943; KK 19029. 

Corsan products, inc.. New York. 5016, 5017 

For flavoring extract: 

Here's economy for you. © May 20, 1943; 
KK 19315. 

Venoka gives you three advantages. Carton. 
© May 20, 1943; KK 19314. 

Distilleries V. M. Ramirez y cia. See Ramirez 
(Victor M.), d.b. a. Distilleries V. M. Ramirez 
y cia. 

Engel art corners mfg. co., Chicago. 5018 

Engel patriot art corners. For mounting cor- 
ners for photos, post cards, etc. © Feb. 15, 1943; 
KK 19290. 

Essipoff (Dmitry Pavlovitch) TerryviUe, N. Y. 

5019 
Morning fresh eggs. For eggs, goat products. 
© May 12, 1943; KK 19168. 

Everson (Franklin E.) New York. 5020 

Leatherol. For leather preservative. © Mar. 
15, 1943; KK 19093. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 5021 

Softasilk. For flour, © Apr. 6, 1943; KK 19273. 

Harrison co., inc., Union City, Ind. 5022 

Steal 'the bacon, no. P-3. For game. © May 
1, 1943; KK 19052. 

Jay line mfg. co., inc., Philadelphia. 5023 

Ration board game, 432. For adult game. © 
Apr. 7, 1943; KK 18954. 

Kasco mills, inc., Toledo. 5024 

Kasco complete dog ration. For dog food. © 
Dec. 23, 1942; KK 19090. 

Kock butchers' supply co., North Kansas City, Mo. 

5025 
Suicide. For insect powder. © May 12, 1943; 
KK 19203, 

Krisman & Olsen, St, Louis. 5026 

Mother's day salute. For emblem pin. © Mar, 
29, 1943; KK 18994, 

Laray cosmetics, inc., Newark, N. J. 5027 

Crepe de sheen liquid hosiery forbareleg beauty. 
For liquid application for legs. © Apr, 8, 1943; 
KK 18981, 



Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5028 

Personal size Ivory. For soap. © Apr, 1, 1943; 
KK 190b6, 

Ramirez (Victor M.), d,b.a. Distilleries V. M. 
Ramirez y cia, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, 5029 
Havana gold brand Porto Rican rum. For dis- 
tilled Puerto Rican rum, © Nov. 4, 1940; KK 19030. 

Rayle (George B.) Arcadia, Calif, 5030 

Jeap tune-up juice. For additive for fuels & lu- 
bricating oils, © May 10, 1943; KK 19083, 

Royal esquire distributors. See Wolf (William), 
d,b,a. Royal esquire distributors. 

Skinner mfg. co., Omaha. 5031 

Raisin-bran, For breakfast cereal. © Apr. 10, 
1943; KK 19050. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York, 5032-5034 

For tea balls: 

Tender leaf tepax type. © Feb. 16, 1943; KK 
19252. 

Tender leaf 8. © Dec. 14, 1942; KK 19253. 

Tender leaf 20. © Dec. 14, 1942; KK 19251. 

Super-fine products, inc., Atlanta, 5035 

De-lux cola fountain syrup. For non-alcoholic 
soft-drink fountain syrup. © Mar. 1, 1943- KK 
19007. 

Tavern fruit juice co., inc., Brookljm. 5036 

L M N for the perfect cocktail. For lemon cock- 
tail mixer. © Jan. 11, 1943; KK 19255. 

United distillers of America, ltd., Baltimore. 5037 
Viscount. For sloe gin. © May 14, 1943; KK 
19038. 

U. S. service supply co., Los Angeles. 5038 

All purpose handy kari-all. For strap construc- 
tion for use in carrying baggage. © May 1, 1943; 
KK 19037. 

Ward baking co.. New York. 5039, 5040 

Tip-top banner whole wheat bread. For whole 

wheat bread. © May 12, 1943; KK 19081, 

Tip-top cracked wheat bread. For cracked 

wheat bread. © May 10, 1943; KK 19080. 

Warner (Robert L, L.) Hollywood, Calif, 5041 

Mono, For concentrates and dehydrated nutri- 
tional food, © May 5, 1943; KK 18993, 

Waukesha soy products, Waukesha, Wis, 5042 

Soy butter. For spread for bread made from 
soy beans. © May 27, 1943; KK 19239. 

Wendel (Paul) Brooklyn. 5043 

Meatless hamburger mix. For course powder, 
food, © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 19202. 

Wolf (William), d.b.a. Royal esquire distributors, 
Newark, N. J. 5044 



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Royal esquire time to write service stationery. Yankee brewing co., Pittston, Pa. 5045 

For writing paper, cards and envelopes. © Mar. Yankee. For beer. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 

31, 1943; KK 18980. 19008. 

Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 286 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABEUS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 
No. 6 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows; "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "]," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures — 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

inc luding Prints and Labels used f or ar tic les of merchandise 2. 00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act, 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Allen (Nadea)'^ 5046 

United nations flag. White dove carrying olive 

branch on blue background with gold border. © 1 
C.June 17, 1943; G 41989. 

Anderson (Vivian)* 5047 

Corregidor. © 1 c. June 3, 1943; G 41966. 

Borkland (Gustave W.)* 5048, 5049 

AAF: 

Type A. - Type 1. © Jan. 6, 1943; G 41929, 
41930. 

Chamberlin (Frank ToUes)* 5050 

United for victory, democracy, freedom and in- 
dependence for all nations. [Seal of the United 
Nations] © 1 c. June 5, 1943; G 41881. 

Chic pottery co. 5051, 5052 

Garee (Hugh McMahon) Hill-billy or hound dog 
figure with: 

Bone in mouth. - Revolving and /or reversi- 
ble head, capable of being placed on either end of 
dog. © Jan. 2, 1943; G 41972, 41973. 

Christopher (Margaret Caroline)* 5053 

Wilmer, the Ink Spot. © 1 c. May 19, 1943; G 
41874. 

Cioffi (Angelo R.) ^ 5054 

Panzironi (Ilario): 

Regina pacis. © 1 c. July 12, 1^43; G 42003. 

Colonial granite co. 5055, 5056 

Comi (Alfred J.): 

Midway monument, 251-A. © Apr. 25, 1943; 
G 41878. 

Kastriq) (Carl): 

Matson monument, 300. © June 17, 1943; G 
41951. 



Columbia statuary co. 5057, 5058 

Lindner (John W.): 

French woman talking to the man, 724. - 
Frenchman talking to the lady, 725. © June 29, 
1943; G 41981, 41982. 

Cook, Watkins & Patch, inc. 5059-5067 

Peterson (Edward R.) design service. Carved 
memorial: 

Cowie (William J.) 2322. - Fitzmorris (John 
Fred; June Sally) 2328. - Halle, 2325. - Hunter 
(Ralph M.; Mildred L.) 2326. © June 1, 1943; G 
41994, 41996, 41999, 42002. 

Small (Janet Sherburne) Carved memorial: 

Chandra, 2324. - Graham (Duncan; Marjorie) 

2320. - Saunders (Laird M ; Evelyn T.) 2327.- 
Warde, 2323. - Westburn (Roger Lee; Marilyn S.) 

2321. © June 1, 1943; G 41995, 41997, 41998, 
42000, 42001. 



Creative art service. 5068 

Hatcher (Elbert S.): 

Hospital birth certificate. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1941; G 41983. 

Cross bros. co. 5069-5086 

Kenerson (Conrad) Paramoimt memorials: 

Dumont, 5751. - Farnham, 5749. - Grafton, 
5758. - Haviland, 5750. © May 28, 1943; G 41912- 
41914,41918. 

LaChapelle (Leon J.) Paramount memorials: 

Baldauf, 5744. - Beyer, 5738. - Griswold, 
5737. - Ritchey, 5736. © May 28, 1943; G 41923- 
41926. 

Politi (Emilio E.) Paramount memorials: 

Blekley, 5755. - Clarence, 5748. - Costello 
(Joseph R. Connolly) 5754. - Humphrey, 5745, 5746. 
- Narangon, 5752. - Ogborn, (Martin S.) 5753. - 
Parson, 5756. - Suffern, 5747. - Wiseman, 5760. 
© May 28, 1943; G 41911, 41915-41917, 41919- 
41922, 41927, 41928. 

Daubner (Paul H.) 5087 

Nicholas ( Saint) archbishop of Myra. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1943; G 41986. 

Drew (Mrs. C. F.) 5088 

Donatelli (Vincent): 

Drew family monument, 378. © 1 c. June 4, 
1943; G 41880. 

Edllson (Louis Frederick)* 5089 

Hairdress contour - see for yourself how you 
look best, © 1 c. June 7, 1943; G 41887. 

Elkhart monument co. 5090 

Peterson (Edward R.): 

Strosacker memorial, M-324. © Apr. 3, 
1943; G 41943. 

Fenn (Raymond Harold)* 5091-5093 

Hirohito. - Hitler. - Mussolini. © 1 c. each 
May 22, 1943; G 41895-41897. 

Florio (Erseny)* 5094 

U. S, air force. © 1 c. May 24, 1943; G 41882. 

Garbo (Phil)* 5095 

Trophy, triumph to victory, © 1 c. June 14, 
1943; G 41967. 

Gordon (Elisabeth)* 5096 

Army and navy service medal. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1943; G 41938. 

Graham (Louis Paul)* 5097, 5098 

Bucks county fowls. - Redcaps. © 1 c. each 
May 29, 1943; G 41904, 41905. 

Green (Marcy Lionel)* 5099 

Sammy Bomb. © 1 c. May 21, 1943; G 41910. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Gronwald (Martin)* 5100 

Meeting in old New York. © 1 c. May 5, 1943; 
G 41902. 

Hambrock (Ida)* 5101 

Dixie, magnolia flower. © 1 c. June 3, 1943; G 
41955, 

Hammaker bros. 5102 

Jamieson (John): 

Lawrence. Cemetery memorial. © June 28, 
1943; G 41968. 

Hammell (O. J.) co. ' 5103 

Crowley (Emerson J.): 

Bristle cemetery memorial. © 1 c. July 8, 
1943; G 41991. 

Harrell (Mildred Limpus)* 5104 

Christ of world war IL © 1 c. June 12, 1943; G 
41908. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 5105, 5106 

Hintermeister (Hy. [i. e. J. H.]): 

Escaped. © 1 c. June 9, 1943; G 41898. 

Working for victory, © 1 c. June 3, 1943; G 
41876. 

Hunter (Warren)* 5107 

Mother Necessity gave birth to need, Professor 
Progress marches on. © 1 c. June 26, 1943; G 
41993. 

Hurley (Edward Timothy)* 5108 

Adams (Mt.), Holy Cross monastery, © June 28, 
1943; G 41987. 

Kaufman (Tall)* 5109 

Representation of Mars, god of war, looking 
down with satisfaction at a metropolis and its muni- 
tions factories. © 1 c. June 19, 1943; G 41954, 

Kennedy (Theresa)* 5110 

Schickelgruber's idea of painting the town red. 
© 1 c. July 6, 1943; G 41988. 

Kiwanis international.* 5111-5113 

Key club: 

President. - Secretary. © 1 c. June 21, 1943; 
G 41952, 41953. 

Key club emblem design. © 1 c. June 3, 1943; 
G 41875. 

Koetz (Max) 5114 

Buchanan (Ella): 

God bless our America. © 1 c. June 14, 1943; 
G 41937, 

Lull creations, inc. 5115-5121 

Lull (G. S.): 

American cow boy. - Colt. - Parade horse, 
1, 2. © Sept. 1, 1942; G 41174-41177. 

Baby sunfish. - Female sunfish. - Male sun- 
fish. © Sept 1, 1942; G 41939-41941. 

McCuUey (Maurine)* 5122 

Christ blessing the world. © 1 c. May 22, 1943; 
G 41888. 

Maxwell-Davis, inc. 5123, 5124 

Greenberg (Samuel S.). 

Dandy-lion. © 1 c. June 28, 1943; G 41969 



Maintaining health standards, essential laun- 
dry service for victory, © 1 c, June 8, 1943; G 
41965. 

Mills (Edna June)* 5125, 5126 

Huffy. - Puffy, © June 25, 1943; G 41974, 41975, 



Murray (Fran) inc. 
Cavalier (Helen): 

Buz, © 1 c. May 8, 1943; G 41907. 



5127 



Orr (Louis)* 5128-5132 

Edenton, North Carolina: 

Hayes' plantation house, - St. Paul, Episco- 
palian church. © June 14, 1943; G 41945, 41947. 

Fayetteville, North Carolina, market, - Hills- 
boro, North Carolina, negro servants' quarters. - 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Salem academy, 
inner court. © June 14, 1943; G 41946, 41948, 
41949. 

Osborne co, 5133-5135 

Degen (A.): 

Boy and two puppies, E 80. © 1 c. June 9, 
1943; G 41891. 

Fangel (Maud Tousey): 

Lass who loved a sailor, 4845. © 1 c. June 9, 
1943; G 41890. 

Hintermeister (Hy.): 

Hail the conqueror, 4844. © 1 c. June 9, 
1943; G 41889. 

Paris (W. Francklyn)* 5136 

France-America. © 1 c. June 5, 1943; G 41883. 

Phillips (William Wright)* 5137, 5138 

Doose. - Scrubby, © 1 c, each May 22, 1943; G 
41884, 41885. 

Phoenix state bank and trust co,, executor of the 
will of Peter Loeser. 5139 

Loeser (Peter): 

Hartford skyline showing remains of old 

Hartford bridge aiter fire in May, 1895, © 1 c, 

June 10, 1943; G 41900. 

Prado (Fred Timmins)* 5140 

Victory penny. © 1 c, NTay 15, 1943; G 41906. 

Rabourn (Jewel William)* 5141, 5142 

U S A for unity. © 1 c. June 17, 1943; G 41971. 

UP.A. © 1 c. June 10, 1943; G 41970. 
Inity ■" ' ' 

Richardson (Herbert) & Ramsey (Harry E.) 5143 
Ramsey (Harry E.): 

Unknown latitude. © 1 c. June 16, 1943; G 
42047. 

Rock of ages corp. 5144 

Richardson (Earl Carlyle): 

They gave their today for our tomorrow me- 
morial, P. F. 189. © Oct. 5, 1942; G 41944.' 

Rugg (Benson Walter)* 5145 

Light of freedom. © 1 c. July 8, 1943; G 41990. 

Safford (Ruth Perkins)* ' 5146-5148 

Chapel, interior. United States naval academy. 
- Nave, United States naval academy chapel. - Por- 
ter and Farragut windows. United States naval acad- 
emy chapel. © 1 c. each June 29, 1943; G 41977- 
41979. 



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5171 



Saltzman (J.) & Florio (Erseny) 5149 

Florio (Erseny): 

Defense worker for victory world war n. © 
1 c. June 17, 1943; G 41942. 

Scala (Angelo)* 5150 

Insurance for freedom. © 1 c. June 11, 1943; 
G 41903. 

Schwarz (Charles C.) 5151 

Galle (Carl): 

Weinheimer (Ethel) monument © 1 c. June 
8, 1943; G 41892. 

Schweizer (J. Otto)* 5152 

Aspiration. © 1 c. June 11, 1943; G 41901. 

Scott (Elizabeth M.) 5153 

Robinson (Paul B.) : 

Victory garden tools and lawn decorations. 
© 1 c. each June 30, 1943; G 41976. 

Sheldon (Eugene Clifford)* 5154 

After meal smoke cigarette stands. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1942; G 41984. 

Shoumatoff (EUzabeth)* 5155 

Roosevelt (Franklin D.) © 1 c, June 12, 1943; 
G 41909. 

Smith (Edward P.)* 5156 

Gremluck. © 1 c. June 10, 1943; G 41899. 



Stanton (Vincent M.)* 

Convoy. © 1 c. June 25, 1943; G 41985. 



5157 



Strope (Fred Samuel)* 5158 

What, of the night? © 1 c. June 4, 1943; G 
41879. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 5159 

Transfiguration; crusader, airman. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1943; G 41877. 

Vermont marble co. 5160, 5161 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) : 

Caruth cemetery memorial, Dl-119. © May 
31, 1943; G 41886. 

Sprague cemetery memorial design, 5847. 
© June 1, 1943; G 41956. 

Wallace (Harriett)* 5162, 5163 

Typical figure of: 

Sailor. - Soldier. © Nov. 21, 1942; G 41893, 
41894. 



War art co. 5164 

Margolis (David): 

Battle of Stalingrad. © 1 c. June 19, 1943; 
G 41950. 

Wisconsin de luxe corp. 5165-5170 

Lindner (J. W.): 

Charging doughboy. - Doughboy with grenade. 
- Riveter. - Sailor with shell. - WAAC. - WAVE. 
© May 5, 1943; G 41931-41936. 

Woods (Sylvia Mae)* 5171 

Bro' rabbit, and the boys. © 1 c. May 28, 1943; 
G 41992. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 711 



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CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Adams (Ira E.) 5172 

To show the interaction of nerves, blood-vessels, 
lymph-nodes, and ducts in the study of the lymph- 
node theory of the relation of mind force to the 
human body. © 1 c. June 15, 1943; I 32807. 

Ad-craft, inc. 5173-5177 

Day's work is done. A-5. © June 1, 1943; K 
53411. 

Dropping matches. A-3. © June 1, 1943; K 
53413. 

Hitler cheer. A-4. © June 1, 1943; K 53409. 

Horatio McGoon. A-6. © June 1, 1943; K 53410. 

Pete. A-2. © June 1, 1943; K 53412. 

Alstan cellophane novelties. 5178 

Directions for assembling the Alstan case. © 
Apr. 8, 1940; I 32768. 

American automobile assn. 5179-5188 

Driver education poster: 

Control depends on 4 contact points, 3. - Road 
hog, never be called onel 2. - Your stopping dis- 
tance is your danger zone, 1. © May 4, 1943; K 
53300-53302. 

Pedestrian poster: 

You are an important cog, watch while walk- 
ing, 11. © May 4, 1943; K 53299. 
School safety poster: 

Be alert for turning cars, 145, Dec, 1942. 
© Nov. 10, 1942; K 53303. 

Correct signals may mean life or death, 150, 
May, 1943. - Safe for playing, 151, June, 1943. © 
May 10, 1943; K 53308, 53309. 

Cross only at corners, 147, Feb., 1943. © 
Jan. 10, 1943; K 53305. 

He's extra alert when it's raining, are you? 
149, Apr., 1943. © Mar. 10, 1943; K 53307. 

Walk facing traffic, 148, Mar., 1943. © Feb. 
10, 1943; K 53306. 

American bank note co, 5189-5195 

Agriculture no. 5, V 84055. © May 7, 1943; K 
53330. 

Background special for American bureau of 
shipping, eagle laydown from V 47802, special V 
84046. © Apr. 29, 1943; K 53331. 

Banco de Mexico S.A., special V 83915. Ignacio 
de Allende. © Mar. 15, 1943; K 53329. 

[Banco nacional de Costa Rica, special] 83714. 
© Oct. 16, 1942; K 53328 

Banco nacional de Costa Rica, special V 83685. 
Dr. Jose Maria Castro Madriz. © Oct. 13, 1942: 
K 53327. 

Hamilton watch co, trade mark special V 82845. 
Laydown from V 75846. © Jan. 7, 1942; K 53332. 

Republica dos Estados Unldos do Brasil, spe- 
cial V 83861. Pedro Alvares Cabral. © Feb. 25, 
1943; K 53326. 

Amos (Frederick) 5196 

Three of a kind. © 1 c. June 17, 1943; J 35521. 



Artext prints, inc. 5197 

Young girl, 737; by Pierre Auguste Renoir. © 
July 10, 1942; H 2578. 

Asbury (Stanley Joseph) 5198 

Bicycle brace. © 1 c. June 24, 1943; I 32791. 

Atkin, naval architecture. 5199 

Rescue boat, 509. © 1 c. June 16, 1943; I 32779. 

Atkins (Lawrence R.), Atkins (Harriet Ruth), Atkins 
(Hannah Ruth) & Atkins (Elizabeth B.) 5200 

Match container and improvements. © 1 c. June 

7, 1943; I 32720. 

Babson bros. co. 5201-5204 

[Diagram of milking parlor arrangement] - 
[Diagram of process by which cow lets down milk] 
- How a hard milker gets that way. [Sectional de- 
tail of valve in cows teat] - There is a danger line. 
[Schematic drawing of teat cell structure] © 1 c. 
each June 3, 1943; K 53425-53428. 



Barber (Hiram E.) 

Airplane propeller balancer. - 
down stake. - Improvement in saws, 
installing tool. - Thread truing tool. 
June 15, 1943; I 32770-32774. 



5205-5209 

Improved tie 

- Shock cord 

© 1 c. each 



5210 



Bauman (Isadore) 

Trocadero roller rink. © June 14, 1943; K 
53339. 

Bell (John Cicero) 5211 

Bell's floating water-power plant. © 1 c. May 
19, 1943; I 32762. 

Bender (David Lincoln) 5212 

Sanitary knob for utensil lids. © 1 c. June 25, 
1943; I 32800. 

Berry (Roy) 5213 

Clamp -pack pipe fitting. © 1 c. June 7, 1943; I 
32722. 

Best seller publicity, inc. 5214 

But my eyes are unto thee... © June 1, 1943; K 
53419. 

Bethlehem steel co. 5215-5217 

Our boys rely on us for the arms to fight. © 

May 29, 1943; K 53333. 

When you report a fire by telephone. © May 

27, 1943; K 53417. 

Your war bonds have a job to do until the war is 

won, keep them. © June 21, 1943; K 53423. 

Blatchford (Samuel J.) 5218 

Hinged guard. © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 32841. 

Boeing airplane co. Wichita div. 5219 

Boeing PT-17 Kaydet, primary trainer. © Apr. 
29, 1943; I 32814. 



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5297 



Bookman (Henry C.) 5220 

Fidelity ring and bracelet © 1 c. June 15, 1943; 
I 32776. 

Borden co. 5221 

Like Uncle Sam says, lug thy neighbor. © Apr. 
26, 1943; K 53281. 

Borich (Mabel Dorothy) 5222 

Holder for Ironing board. © 1 c. July 1, 1943; I 
32836. 

Boyd (J. D.) 5223, 5224 

Height, age and weight: 

Age regulations from birth to 24 months, for 
girls. - Age value for boys. © 1 c. each June 11, 
1943; J 32765, 32766. 

Bressler editorial cartoons inc. Victory builders 
div. 5225-5230 

Ostrich only thinks he covers up. - Paste this 

in your hat © June 8, 1943; K 53354, 53357. 

Read 'em and weep. © Mar. 13, 1943; K 53355. 

Scram! © Mar. 13, 1943; K 53439. 

Uncle Sam's big headache. - Wipe that grin off 

his mug. © May 12, 1943; K 53353, 53356. 

Brief. 5231 

We Americans are not destroyers, we are build- 
ers. © May 26, 1943; K 53421. 



Brock Games T.) 

Descendants of Solomon. 
53325. 



5232 
© Apr. 2, 1943; K 



Brown instrument CO. 5233-5235 

Brown chart, 5819. © Apr. 27, 1943; I 32764. 
Brown instrument co. [chart] no. 1866B. © 

May 3, 1943; I 32792. 

no. 14074. © Apr. 6, 1943; I 32758. 

Burr (Edward Everett) 5236 

Conventional line and its use in technical draw- 
ing. © 1 c. May 21, 1943; I 32709. 

Callery (WilUam S.) 5237 

Combined hay hook and wire cutter. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1943; I 32837. 

Calohan (Warren C.) 5238 

Death won here. © Sept 9, 1939; K 53343. 

Carnegie-Illinois steel corp. 5239 

Prediction of end-quench hardenability curves. 
© 1 c. June 10, 1943; I 32727. 

Chase (Ernest Dudley) 5240 

Army slang. © May 10, 1943; K 53322. 

Clark (Arvin L.) sr. 5241 

Micrometer rule. © 1 c. June 7, 1943; I 32721. 

Cleofe (Lawrence) 5242 

Tunnel airplane. © 1 c. June 23, 1943; J 35538. 

Colon (Benigno Rodriguez) 5243 

Triunidad del hombre. © June 25, 1943; I 32813. 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 5244-5263 

Camp Phillips, Kansas: 

Chapel on Wood ave., H-205. - Fire dept and 
signal center, H-204. - General headquarters, H- 
216. - General headquarters & McArthur ave. , H-215. 



- Nurse's row, station hospital, H-213. - Retreat, 
H-217 - H-219. - Salina st, H-207. - Service club 
no. 1, H-206. - Station hospital, H-212. - Wood 
ave. from Pershing ave., H-203. - 9th st, E, from 
Grant ave., H-200. - 9th st. West, H-208. - 15th 
W. from Funston ave., H-211. - 94th infantry di- 
vision headquarters, H-209. - 186th general hos- 
pital, 13th & Grant ave., H-202. - 301st infantry 
chapel, H-214. - 301st infantry recreation building, 
H-210. - 465th engineer's orderly room, H-201, © 
June 11, 1943; J 35499-35518. 

Co-operative displays, inc. 5264-5284 

[Bell] A.A.F. P-39D Br. Airacobra. - [Boeing] 
A.A.F. B-17E Flying Fortress II. - [Bolton-Paul] 
Br. Defiant - [Bristol] Br. Beaufort - [Consolida- 
ted] A.A.F. B-24D Br. Liberator. -[Consolidated] 
U.S.N. PBy-5 Catalina. - [Douglas] A.A.F. A-20A 
Br. Boston III-A.B. or Havoc U-N.F. - [Douglas] 
A.A.F. C-47 [DC-3] - [Douglas] U.S.N. SBD-3 
Dauntless. - [Douglas] U.S.N. TBD-1 Devastator. 

- [Hawker] Br. Hurricane. - Heinkel He 111 [K] - 
Heinkel He 115. - [Lockheed] P-38-E [Lightning] - 
Messerschmitt Me 109-E. - [Northrop] A- 17 A. - 
[Supermarine] Br. Spitfire. - [Vicker's] Br. 
Wellington. - [Vought-Sikorsky] 0S2U-1 [King- 
fisher] - [Vultee] A.A.F. A-31 Br. Vengeance. © 
Jan. 4, 1943; I 32737-32744, 32746-32757. 

[Curtis P-40E Br. Kittyhawk] © Jan. 4, 1943; I 
32789. 

Cornell (Lee H.) 5285, 5286 

Keep 'em flying! - Setting son of the Rising Sun. 
© May 22, 1943; K 53279, 53280. 

CurUs (Claude H.) 5287 

Oh! I never realized this before 1 © June 26, 
1942; K 53407. 

Denoyer-Geppert co. 5288 

Thermodynamic diagram, Stiive type, CS207. ® 
Mar. 27, 1943; I 32819. 

Dickson (Robert L.) 5289 

Dickson mechanical speed boat © 1 c. June 15, 
1943; I 32769. 

Double thread screw corp. 5290, 5291 

[Arenz recessed head] © 1 c. July 10, 1943, I 
32826. 

[Arenz twin- thread hardened sheet metal avia- 
tion double thread screw] © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 
32827. 

Drake (H. G.) 5292 

Ticket counting tape. © 1 c. June 7, 1943; I 32723. 

Eagan (Olevia Jessie) 5293 

Air mail. © May 22, 1943; K 53444. 

Edilson (Louis Frederick) 5294 

[Tool used to measure the inside of holes] © 
1 c. June 7, 1943; I 32715. 

Educational bureau. 5295, 5296 

Preparation for the future. - Your job and mine. 
© 1 c, each June 12, 1943; J 35494, 35495. 



Eisenman (Lewis F.) 

Scale-stop brushes. 
32834. 



5297 
1 c. July 12, 1943; I 



546013 O - 43 - 2 



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pt. 4. n. s . V. 38 



Ellison (George) 5298 

Proposed international calendar, commencing 
1946 © 1 c July 1, 1943; I 32816 

Ely (George B) 5299 

Good luck charm. © 1 c June 7, 1943; I 32719. 

Everett (John F.) 5300 

Beet topper © 1 c. June 25, 1943; I 32797. 

Fiore (Michael A.) 5301 

Navigation plotting sheet © June 16, 1943; I 
32815 

Fitzer (Mitchell) 5302 

Have you heard the new bear story? © May 1, 
1943; K 53338 

General cable corp 5303,5304 

Every foot of cable we make has got to be right 

© May 17, 1943, K 53321 

Keep your quality high, © June 18, 1943; K 

53451. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 5305 

Production, fuel for freedom's torch. © June 
16, 1943; K 53337. 

Frigidaire div. 5306 

Service operations on household reciprocating 
systems © 1 c. June 5, 1943; J 35464. 

Gillespie (William L.) 5307, 5308 

Douglas S B. D Moonlight bombing - Suzy-Q 
Guadalcanal. © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1943; J 35491, 
35492. 

Gleckler (Norman L.) 5309 

Fractioneer, © 1 c. June 25, 1943; I 32793 

Gmelch (Charles J.) 5310 

Louisiana clouds © May 20, 1943; J 35476 

Goes (A ) 5311 

Special policy blank X 23837 © May 26, 1943; 
K 53334. 

Greenshields (Lome A.) 5312 

Sugar meter. © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 32840. 

Haberstroh (John C.) 5313 

View thru altar window, little log church, Teton 
Mountains. © June 25, 1943; J 35561. 

Hackney (Myron Winston) 5314 

Number of manless oil cargo ships pulled by a 
single tugboat, drawing 52. © 1 c. June 17, 1943; 
I 32780. 

Harlam (Louis G.) 5315 

Speaker's aid. © 1 c June 25, 1943; I 32796. 

Harvey (Richard Franklin) 5316 

Improved cemented carbide tip for brazing. © 
1 c. June 11, 1943; I 32763 

Haulter (Earl M ) 5317 

Invisible or mirror airplane. © 1 c June 25, 
1943; I 32798. 

Hays corp. 5318-5323 

Hays recorder chart, 382-387. © June 10, 1943; 
I 32781-32786. 



Hoffman (Carl A.) 5324 

New method of stamping mandrels. © 1 c June 
5, 1943; I 32714. 

Hoffman (H. Lee) & Respess (Richard H.) 5325 

Citation - 100<7«war work attendance. © Mar 
8, 1943; K 53296, 

Hogue (Strodder Joe) 5326 

Fireman's respirator, © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 
32830 

Horn-Shafer co. 5327, 5328 

Stamp out the Axis, 1. - War stamp bombing, 4. 
© Sept. 25, 1942; K 53344, 53345. 

Humlegard (Karl G.) 5329 

G-H ski binding. © 1 c July 12, 1943; I 32847. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 5330-5337 

But wars are not won with horse play. - For- 
ward march! - Girl he left behind. - Guard your 
health - He ain't no sissy! - If clock watchers 
fought our war. - Not a victory garden! - Our 
country's service uniforms © June 8, 1943; K 
53313-53320. 

Hunter (Harman J ) 5338 

Pressure can opener © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 
32838, 

Industrial equities, inc 5339-5348 

Absenteeism, just the same as sabotage, F-30. 

- Closed for duration. Fire caused this, F-50 - 
Fire helps our enemies, F-10. - Help, war emer- 
gency, F-26 - Prevent fire, F-22. -Put your money 
on a sure winner, F-37 - Sorry Mr., we thought 
the I C. lost interest in us, F-40 - Where's the 
other gun so badly needed, F-44. - Women are 
doing their part, F-4. - Your ideas for victory, F- 
18. © June 18, 1943; K 53358-53367. 

Jam Handy organization, inc 5349-5386 

Basic field approach, SN-957d, S-3313. - Wheat- 
stone bridge, SN-2448, S-847. © 1 c. each June 
1, 1943; J 35540, 35541. 

Bending to a cleat, SCG 306-J. - Clap a stopper 
on a line, SCG 305-J. - Clove hitch, SCG 304-J - 
Double carrick bend, SCG 303-J - Feed water, 
SCG-120-J - French bowline, SCG 308-J. - Round 
turn and two half hitches, SCG 302-J. © Mar 8, 
1943; J 35524, 35526-35531 

Chevrolet Pratt & Whitney engine school, dis- 
assembly, inspection, and reassembly of the Pratt 
& Whitney R-1830-43 aircraft engine: 

Assembly of cylinders and pistons, 7 
Assembly of the accessory section, 8. - Assembly 
of the front section, 5. - Assembly of the power 
section, 6. - Disassembly of engine into sub- 
assemblies, 1. - Disassembly of sub-assemblies, 
2 - Final assembly of engine, parts 1 & 2, 9, 10. 

- Magnaflux inspection, 4. - Physical inspection, 
3. © 1 c each June 5, 1943; J 35466-35475 

Sheet bend, SCG 301-J. © Mar 19, 1943; J 
35525 

United States coast guard, training film; 

Basic principles of the reciprocating engine, 
SCG 176-J © Dec. 28, 1942; J 35559. 

Boarding a vessel, SCG 172-J. © Dec. 18, 
1942; J 35549. 

Boiler, SCG 117-J. © Jan 18, 1943; J 35557 

Bowline, SCG 307-J. © Nov. 25, 1942; J 
35542 



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5439 



Carburetor, parts 1-3, SCG 154C-J, SCG 
154D-J, SCG 154E-J. - Cooling system, SCG 154I-J. 
- Engine lubricating systems, SCG 154H-J. - Four 
-stroke cycle internal combustion engine, parts 
1, 2, SCG 154-J, SCG 154A-J. - Fuel feed systems, 
SCG 154F-J. - IgniUon system, SCG 154G-J. - 
Multiple cylinder engines, SCG 154B-J. © Sept 
15, 1942; J 35543, 35546,35548,35550, 35552-35556, 
35558. 

Fire apparatus afloat, SCG 109-J. - Safety 
precautions afloat, SCG 143- J. © Nov. 30, 1942; 
J 35545, 35551. 

Lead Une, SCG 122-J. © Oct. 7, 1943; J 
35544. 

Square knot, SCG 300-J. © Nov. 10, 1942; J 
35547. 

James (Frank Leon) & Ensign (Melverne C.) 5387 
Tri-chart © 1 c. June 7, 1943; I 32804. 

Jensen (Cecil L.) 5388 

Strip teez. © Feb. 4, 1943; K 53310. 

Johnson (Edward H.) 5389 

Airvac tire def later. © 1 c. June 7, 1943; I 
32717. 

Johnson & Johnson. 5390 

Forward. © Dec. 19, 1935; K 53288. 

Jones (J. H.) 5391 

Razor blade holder. © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 
32839. 

Kalinowski (John) 5392 

Dual purpose photographic film. © 1 c. June 
25, 1943; I 32801. 

Karlborn (Gustave E.) 5393 

Cross- link for anti-skid chains. © 1 c. June 
25, 1943; I 32802. 

Kelly (Emmett Lee) 5394 

Kelly (Emmett) 1. © 1 c. June 19, 1943; J 35537. 

Kelly-Read & co., inc. 5395-5408 

ThinkAmerican: 

And we shall fight on, my son and I, so 
America may always be a land of personal free- 
dom, 190. - Free American labor and business are 
producing war materials faster than all Axis 
countries combined, 191. © Apr. 1, 1943; K 
53375, 53376. 

Despite war restrictions, America's living 
standard is still the world's best, 188. © Mar. 
25, 1943; K 53373. 

Divide and conquer is the Axis game, 194. © 
May 17, 1943; K 53378. 

For God's sake, keep on the job, 187. © Apr. 
29, 1943; K 53372. 

He's in there pitching every day for victory, 
193. © May 13, 1943; K 53377. 

Lincoln rose from poverty to be President, 
185. © Mar. 17, 1943; K 53370. 

Nazis conquered Poland in 37,440 minutes, 
189. © Mar. 24, 1943; K 53374. 

So Johnny will come marching home again, 
195. © May 18, 1943; K 53379. 

To America's honored war dead, 192. © 
Apr. 29, 1943; K 53369. 

To get ahead on your own without a dictator 
to push you around, that's America, for that we fight, 
198. © June 24, 1943; K 53440. 



Under private enterprise we Americans have 
enjoyed, and will enjoy again, after victory more 
conveniences than any other people on earth, 196. 
© May 21, 1943; K 53380. 

We're fighting to prevent this, 186. © Apr. 
28, 1943; K 53371. 

Working together, they make America tick, 
197. © June 17, 1943; K 53381. 

Keystone view co. 5409, 5410 

Keystone elementary science units, domestic 

animals. © June 4, 1943; J 35522. 

Keystone transportation series, ship life unit 

© Apr. 12, 1943; J 35523. 

King features syndicate, inc. 5411-5424 

Annette at the organ, Z-53. - Annette the ac- 
tress, Z-55. - Birthday cake for Quints, Z-56. - 
Cecile the dainty, Z-60. - Emilie plays nurse to 
Cecile, Z-54. - Marie the serious, Z-58. - Quints 
at nine years, Z-57. - Yvonne knits well, Z-59. © 
May 28, 1943; J 35482-35489. 
Dionne: 

Annette, Z-25. - Cecile, Z-24. - Emilie, Z-1. 
- Marie, Y-99. - Yvonne, Z-23. © June 13, 1943; 
J 35532-35536. 

Quints still wear parkas, Y-53 A. © May 9, 
1943; J 35481. 

Krueger (Gordon C.) 5425 

Airplane wind drift indicator. © 1 c. July 12, 
1943; I 32845. 

Laidlaw (Ronald) 5426 

Easier solderer. © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 32832. 



Landseaire service. 

Roster. © Apr. 23, 1943; K 53441. 



5427 



Lantz (Walter) productions. 5428 

Andy Panda. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1943; K 53445. 

Lesch (Rudolf) fine arts, inc. 5429 

Alsab; by Wallace [pseud, of Dimitry Alexan- 
droff] © June 9, 1942; H 2575. 



Levy (Beatrice S.) 

Symbol. © Apr. 17, 1943; K 53323. 



5430 



Long (Augustus) 5431 

That lamb again. © Apr. 1, 1940; K 53336. 

Loomis (M. B.) & Wheeler (L. D.) 5432, 5433 

Horoscope advertising blotter [design] Scorpio, 
October 24 to November 22, form 8. - Horoscope 
blotter series [design] form 13-349, July 1939. © 
Aug. 9, 1939; K 53286, 53287. 

Lubic (George) & Richards (John F.) 5434 

Bottle stopper. © 1 c. May 25, 1943; I 32777. 

Lutheran inner mission league. 5435 

Living flowers. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1943; K 53298. 

McCormick co. 5436-5438 

Childress, Texas, city of fine civic buildings. 

- Shamrock, Texas, entrance city to Texas on U. 

S. 66. © July 9, 1943; K 53442, 53443. 

Wellington, Texas. © June 30, 1943; K 53422, 

McDougall (Randolph G.) 5439 

Casa Bianca decisions. © 1 c. June 25, 1943; J 
35539. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



McKinnon (Fred N.) 5440 

Orthopedic toe stick © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 
32844 

Mackintosh (Charles) 5341, 5442 

Air depot, interior view of airplane repair 

building no 1. © 1 c. July 8, 1943; I 32828. 

Powerpanel, doors, the magic wall © 1 c. 

July 8, 1943; I 32829. 

McLarty (William C.) 5443 

Cultivating attachment. © 1 c, June 25, 1943; I 
32799 

Mahoney (John J.) 5444 

Method to trisect any arc. © 1 c June 9, 1943; 
132761. 

Mammelli (Peter L.) 5445 

Electric arc welding tool. © 1 c July 12, 1943; 
132846 

Manning, Maxwell & Moore, inc. 5446 

[Recorder] chart, 9133. © July 7, 1943; I 32823. 

Martin (Richard) 5447 

Fundamental structure of a bull market. © June 
11, 1943; 132824 

Martin (William Francis) 5448, 5449 

Navigator's conversion graph nos. 1, 2 © 
Mar. 20, 1943, 1 32735, 32736 

Massachusetts cooperative bank league. 5450 

Co-operative check. © May 27, 1943; K 53429 

Mears (Jesse Kirk) 5451 

Fishin'. © 1 c, June 12, 1943, J 35497. 

Merchandising factors, inc 5452 

Honors for heroes, ribbons for valor, service 
and merit © Feb. 20, 1943; K 53368. 

Meyer (Ralph Ervin) 5453 

Knock-down casket construction. © 1 c. June 
11, 1943; 132759. 

Miehle ptg press & mfg. co 5454 

Printing for victory. © 1 c. June 5, 1943; J 
35463. 

Minkus (Jacques) 5455-5473 

Coming soon! A smash hit. © June 10, 1943; 
K 53403. 

For all nations. © June 10, 1943; K 53401 

Freedom. © June 10, 1943; K 53400 

Freedom of speech, of worship, from want, 
from fear. © June 10, 1943; K 53389. 

Greater future - a great past. © June 10, 1943; 
K 53405. 

It shall be done. © June 10, 1943; K 53396. 

Let us keep freedom ringing throughout the 
world. O June 10, 1943; K 53392. 

Liberation from Nazi terror will come through 
our victory © June 10, 1943, K 53388. 

Look to the future. Guard it well. © June 10, 
1943, K 53393. 

On to victory for liberty. © June 10, 1943; K 
53399 

Our pledge. Liberty and justice for all. © 
June 10, 1943; K 53394. 



Ours, an heroic past and a glorious future. © 
June 10, 1943; K 53395 

Ramparts we watch. © June 10, 1943; K 53406. 

This is worth fighting for. © June 10, 1943; K 
53404. 

United we stand! © June 10, 1943; K 53398. 

We must do all we can! © June 10, 1943; K 
53402. 

We will gain the inevitable triumph. © June 10, 
1943; K 53390. 

We will sacrifice anything but our freedom, © 
June 10, 1943; K 53397. 

Working for victory. © June 10, 1943; K 53391, 

Mori (Charles Robert) 5474 

Absolute trisecting of an angle of 60°, n ©1 
c, June 22, 1943; 132811, 

Mortkowicz (Edwarda) 5475-5478 

Stryjenska (Zofja) Polish dances: 

Kolomyjka, 5. - Kujawiak, 6. - Oberek, 7. - 
Zbojnicki, 8. © May 7, 1943; K 53282-53285. 

Motor transit CO. 5479-5483 

Sally Saboteur is the lady who kept you and a 
lot of others waiting, etc. © 1 c. June 2, 1943; K 
53448. 

Sammy Saboteur is that thoughtless guy, etc © 
1 c. May 19, 1943; K 53446 

Sammy Saboteur is the fellow who's sitting just 
behind the bus operator, etc. © 1 c.June 16, 1943; 
K 53450 

Sis Saboteur is the junior high miss, etc. © 1 
c. June 9, 1943; K 53449. 

Sonny Saboteur is the little boy with the lolly- 
pop, etc. © 1 c. May 26, 1943; K 53447. 

Mullins (Joseph Ei^ene) 5484 

[Carton and container, moistureproof and re- 
inforcement inserts] © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1943; I 32711. 

Murphy (D. P.) co. • 5485 

Remembrance for All Souls day. Envelope no. 
74. © June 1, 1943; K 53414. 

Nash (Bert) features. 5486, 5487 

Rub out Tokyo and Berlin with scrap rubber. 

© 1 c. June 18, 1942; K 53312. 

Symbols of our liberty. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942; 

K 53311. 

Nebel (Adalbert) 5488 

Twelve astrological admonitions. © May 27, 
1943, K 53289. 

Nelson (Milton A.) 5489 

Mt Timpanogos. © June 1, 1943, J 35493. 

NiCjhols (James Alfred) 5490 

[Nichols regenerator helical fins] © 1 c. June 
26, 1943; I 32795. 

Norcross. 5491, 5492 

Get well soon! 25 C3222 - Line's busy eh? 25 
R119. © May 22, 1943; K 53415, 53416. 

Norwood (Don) 5493 

Norwood computer. © Mar. 10, 1943; I 32812. 

Oahu pub. CO. 5494 

Oahu modern note method for electric and Ha- 
waiian guitars. [Cover design] © Mar. 5, 1943; 
K 53324. 



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5549 



Qffermann (F. J.) art works, inc. 5495-5498 

Hintermeister (Hy): 

Defenders of democracy, 4414, 44420. - 
Thumbs up, 4411, 44418. © May 17, 1943; K 
53292-53295. 

Osborne co. 5499-5503 

George (Miss Dorothy) P 2010. - Lullaby, P 

2009. - Plymouth Rock at sunrise, P 2006. - Stuart 

(General J. E. B.) P 2008. © 1 c. each June 9, 

1943; J 35477-35480. 

Pass the ammunition. © June 4, 1943; K 53297. 

Pantle (CD.) 5504 

Evening star, 7; by Katharine E. Wireman. © 
June 1, 1943; K 53424. 

Parilla (Darnel) 5505 

Einstein! We have no conception of the second 
dimension. © Mar. 22, 1943; K 53352. 

Porto-server. 5506-5511 

Bring home the bacon, three little hams who 
gotta be cured, - Do that job, and hurry home. 
- Give them hell-o for us. - Keep 'em running, 
right off the map. - Put the heat to Hirohito. - Put 
them on a tin fish diet. © Feb. 23, 1943; K 53346- 
53351. 

Powell (LeRoy G.) 5512 

Easy loading air -rifle shot cartridge. © 1 c, 
July 12, 1943; I 32842. 

Pullman co. 5513-5521 

Congratulations to June winners. © June 23, 
1943; K 53437. 

Don't got to sleep on a goldmine, 20. © May 
25, 1943; K 53430. 

Go thru with that suggestion now! Don't waste 
time, 22. © June 8, 1943; K 53432. 

I did it! said little Jack Horner, 23. © June 15, 
1943; K 53433. 

My daddy got hurted, 25. , © June 29, 1943; K 
53435. 

Opportunity is knocking, 26. © July 6, 1943; K 
53436. 

That's my dad, an award winner at the. plant, 
21. © June 1, 1943; K 53431. 

Wanted, let us have your fire prevention sug- 
gestions, 24. © June 22, 1943; K 53434. 

Winners of May checks. © May 26, 1943; K 
53438. 

Rabourn (Jewel William) 5522 

U S. A. for unity. © June 21, 1943; K 53408. 

Ranck (George D.) 5523 

Victory hot lunch kit. © 1 c. June 7, 1943; I 
32718 

Rankow (Norman) 5524 

Salvashun belt © 1 c. May 28, 1943; I 32778. 

Rayburne (Charles H.) 5525 

Expansion cork. © 1 c June 25, 1943; I 32803. 

Realty research bureau, inc 5526 

Vacancy study chart. © June 5, 1942; I 32787. 

Refinery supply co 5527 

Ac-Me gravitometer [chart] R 2412-65-10 © 
June 10, 1943; I 32810. 



Religious publication co. 5528 

Talmudical discussion. ©May 28, 1943; H 2577. 

Republic flow meters co. 5529 

[Recording instrument] chart, 61-CA-1515624. 
© June 22, 1943; I 32808. 

Ringling bros. 5530 

Spangles, the continental circus, presented by 
Ringling bros, © June 2, 1943; K 53335. 

Robbins (Frederick Goodrich) 5531, 5532 

Northward from Wellington, Newfound Lake. © 

June 26, 1943; K 53382. 

Wee bit of Winnepesaukee. © June 7, 1943; K 

53342. 

Roberts memorials, inc. 5533 

McWhirt (William) family memorial, 1059A. 
© 1 c. July 1, 1943; 132809. 

Roncelli (Eva) 5534 

Curtain stretcher bag and improvements, © 1 
c.. June 7, 1943; I 32725. 

Rose (N. H.) 5535 

Bean (Judge Roy) law west of the Pecos, holding 
court. © Sept. 3, 1927; J 35498, 

Sacramento convention bureau, inc. 5536 

Sacramento, California. Convention city beau- 
tiful. © June 9, 1943, K 53387. 

St. Louis zoological board of control. 5537, 5538 
St. Louis zoo: 

Elephant training. - Jitter. © May 26, 1943, 
K 53340, 53341. 



Sansone (Leonard) 

Wolf. © 1 c. May 20, 1943; K 53277. 



5539 



Schaldach (Robert Daniel) 5540 

Atomic chart of the elements. © 1 c. May 26, 
1943; I 32760. . 

Schulte (Levi N.) 5541 

Easy to repair closet tank valve. © 1 c. July 
12, 1943; I 32831 

Schumaker (Leo C.) 5542 

Give them the password: Bomb Japan, © June 
21, 1943; K 53418. 

Siefker (Arno G.) 5543 

Variable scale - miles per hour. © Mar. 25, 
1943; 132713. 

Smith (John B.) jr. & Brackett (Henry Q.) 5544 

Lid fastener and improvements. © 1 c. July 
12, 1943; I 32833. 

Sorensen (Henry) 5545 

One-piece adjustable lock striking-plates. © 
1 c June 22, 1943; 1 32788. 

Sound apparatus co. 5546-5548 

Chart: 

504 - 506. © July 6, 9, 1943; I 32817, 32818, 
32825 



Spinning (Robb Taylor) 5549 

Golden charger. © July 6, 1943, J 35560. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Spitzer (Egone Conrad Joseph) 5550 

Salve mini (Gaetano) © June 9, 1943; J 35490. 

Stein (Samuel P.) 5551 

Wind turbine. © 1 c. June 7, 1943 I 32716. 

Steinbraker (Joseph Alvin) 5552, 5553 

Indicator-micrometer; or, Inspection- mics. — 
Production- micrometer; or, Producto-mics. © 
1 c. each July 5, 1943; I 32820, 32821. 

SUckler (Charles W.) jr. 5554 

Stay-put Ue. © 1 c. June /, 1943; I 32724. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 5555 

Tag chart, 400O C-O-IR. © June 11, 1943; I 
32767. 

Terrell (Thomas) 5556 

Modern egg container. © 1 c. May 8, 1943; I 
32710. 

Thompson (Arthur S.) 5557 

Cabin sedan and improvements. © 1 c. July 12, 
1943; I 32843. 

Tinkle (Paul S.) 5558 

Henderson auto- sedimentation recorder. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1943; I 32712. 

Tucker (Jason U. Newton) 5559 

Commando silent power wire cutter. © 1 c. 
June 15, 1943; I 32775. 

Twin editions. 5560 

Small Cowper Madonna, twin-print 11; by Raph- 
ael. © June 6, 1943; H 2576. 

Underwood & Underwood, inc. 5561, 5562 

Keystone units geography and travel Underwood 
and Underwood, V-1, V-2. © 1 c. June 4, 8, 1943; 
J 35519, 35520. 

Upjohn CO. 5563-5566 

Bring your prescription to the registered 
pharmacists in this store. © May 17, 1943; K 
53384. 

Save your doctor's time by calling him early. 
© May 17, 1943; K 53383. 

To help keep America well. © May 17, 1943; K 
53386. 

What your doctor orders. © May 17, 1943; K 
53385. 



Vance (Robert Jones) 5567, 5568 

Don't rob Peter to pay Paul! © Apr. 18, 1943"; 

K 53291. 

Shipwreck Willie. © May 18, 1943; K 53290. 

Vermeulen (Aurele) 5569, 5570 

Basic plan for a retail business system. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1943; I 32806. 

Preliminary basic plan. A retail business sys- 
tem in Los Angeles. A proposed postwar project. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1943; I 32805. 

Vitafreez, inc. 5571-5577 

Vitafreez, inc., drawings nos. 1000-1006. © 1 
c. each June 9, 1943; I 32728-32734. 

Ward (Montgomery) & co., inc. 5578 

Biggest store in town. © 1 c. June 5, 1943; J 
35465. 

Weare (Frank P.) 5579 

Weare rotary gasoline or Diesel engine. © 1 c. 
June 7, 1943; I 32726. 

Weiss (Charles Peter) 5580 

Basic piano chord chart © June 24, 1943; I 
32822. 

Wheeler city rescue mission. 5581 

Cross at the crossroads of America. © May 
10, 1943; K 53420. 

Whitcomb (Edwin B.) 5582 

Locks and dam no. 26. © Sept 7, 1939; J 35461. 

Wilco. 5583 

Wilco fold-over. © 1 c. June 24, 1943; I 32790. 

Wilson (William) 5584 

Mechanical measurement of the curvature of 
the earth. © 1 c. July 12, 1943; I 32835. 

Woodworth (N. A.) co. 5585 

Mary Smith - private citizen first class. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1943; J 35496. 

Woolsey (Ralph A.) 5586 

Bierman (Bernie) © Oct 15, 1939; J 35462. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 
532 one-copy entries) 

Photographs (including 319 one-copy entries) 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 44 contributions to periodicals 
and other one-copy entries) 



52 

917 
560 



•- 1294 

Total --- 2823 



124 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5586 



Brown & Bigelow. 1 

Beginning. © Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. R 
117834, May 1, 1943. 

Ferris (J. L. G.) 2 
Summer days at Mount Vernon. © Brown' & 
Bigelow, St. Paul, R 117838, May 1, 1943, 

Goodwin (Philip) 3 



Timely catch. © Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul 
R 117839, May 1, 1943. 



Russell (Charles) 

Carson's men. R 117836, May 1, 1943. 
Riding the goat. R 117835, May 1, 1943. 
Wild horse hunting. R 117837, May 1, 1943. 
© Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, IlL 5587 

For victory and the future. Bute sin picrate 
ointment mailing piece. For pharmaceuticals. © 
June 1, 1943; KK 19570. 

Academy photo-offset, inc., Ncaw York. 5588 

Order by mail. For musical instruments. © 
Mar. 31, 1943; KK 19479. 

Acheson colloids corp , Port Huron, Mich. 5589 
Dag colloidal graphite for impregnation and 
surface coatings. For colloidal graphite disper- 
sions. © July 8, 1943; KK 19830. 

Acromark co. See Bates (Harold O.), d. b. a. 
Acromark co. 

Adams (Lytle S.) jr., Baltimore. 5590 

In days of old camels carried wise men, today, 
wise men carry Camels. For cigarettes, © June 
21, 1943, KK 19728 

Aeronca aircraft corp., Middletown, O. 5591 

This is it! For aircraft © May 20, 1943; KK 
19353. 

American cyanamid co., New York. 5592 

Cotton defoliation For plant food and soil im- 
provement material. © June 8, 1943; KK 19530 

American dairy assn., Chicago. 5593-5596 

5,000,000 dairy farmers ask you this question. 
For butter. © Apr. 24, 1942, KK 19377. 
For cheese: 

5 delicious, quick tricks with cheese ©Mar. 
27, 1942; KK 19376. 

Fortune in flavor for a few cents a meal with 
cheese. © Apr. 24, 1942; KK 19378. 

How to en]oy low cost eating - serve cheese. 
© Feb. 27, 1942; KK 19375. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 5597 

Humping railroad cars to victory For trans- 
portation equipment. © June 12, 1943; KK 19723. 

American stove co., Cleveland 5598 

Magic Chef heavy duty gas cooking equipment. 
For gas ranges. © May 1, 1943; KK 19321. 

American viscose corp., New York. 5599-5612 

For rayon: 

America puts on its war paint. © May 1, 
1943; KK 19426. 

American viscose reduces rayon staple 
prices. © June 5, 1943; KK 19669. 

Better ways to sell fabrics © June 10, 1943; 
KK 19667 

Desk-to-date dress © Apr. 27, 1943- KK 
1943; KK 19427 

Extra to the woolen worsted trade. © Apr 1, 
1943. KK 19430 

How a new finish gave this handkerchief a 
new start. © Apr. 22, 1943, KK 19429. 

How to care for rayon fabrics labelled hand 
washable. © May 26, 1943; KK 19670 



Let's get behind the service that's at the 
front! © Mar. 24, 1943; KK 19434. 

Rayon helps protect our bomber crews. © 
May 26, 1943; KK 19433 

Rayon reports. Apr., 1943. © Mar. 28, 1943; 
KK 19432. 

Take a tip from this converter. © June 16, 
1943; KK 19668. 

This fabric packs a wallop ! © Apr, 3, 1943, 
KK 19425. 

Tips on sewing rayon. © May 26, 1943; KK 
19428. 

Trouble shooting with the crown tested plan. 
© May 6, 1943; KK 19431. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 5613, 5314 

For beer: 

Be sure all the essential B vitamins give 
you a full day's work. © July 1, 1943; KK 19632. 

Gangway, please, we ve got a war to win. Live 
stock, © June 21, 1943; KK 19705. 

Ariston, inc.. New York. 5615, 5616 

For cut flowers: 

Ariston quality. © June 19, 1943; KK 19590. 

Keep 'em smiling with Ariston. © Feb. 12, 
1943; KK 19454. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 5617-5626 

For meat: 

No bone, no waste. © Apr. 28, 1943; KK 
19408, 

No bone, no waste. © May 28, 1943, KK 
19695. 

No bone, no waste, Treet is all meat. © 
June 18, 1943; KK 19711. 
For meats: 

Armour's meat ration meals © June 18, 
1943; KK 19710. 

Armour's meat ration meals. 6 meat dinners. 
© May 28, 1943; KK 19564. 

Armour's meat ration meals. 7 hearty meat 
meals. © June 11, 1943; KK 19566. 

Armour's meat ration meals. 9 meat meals. 
© June 4, 1943; KK 19565. 

Here are the meals the Yanks eat overseas. 
© June 30, 1943, KK 19713. 

New hot dinners with Armour cold cuts, © 
June 25, 1943; KK 19712. 

What U. S sailors eat on board ship © May 
17, 1943; KK 19439. 

Arrow decorating & fixture co., Philadelphia. 

5627-5629 
For display material: 

Eye-catchers! Color -full cut-outs. © June 
15, 1943, KK 19596. 

Ready to work for you. © Apr. 10, 1943; KK 
19533. 

Victograms. For display posters. © July 
1, 1943; KK 19842. 

Associated distributors, Chicago 5630-5634 

Chen Yu creates striking new color-beauty for 
lips. For cosmetics © Mar. 30, 1943, KK 19684. 



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5668 



For nail polish- 

Chen Yu enduring lacquer for your nails. © 
Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19686. 

Chen Yu long lasting nail lacquer. © Mar. 
15, 1943; KK 19688. 

Enduring lacquer for your nails. © Jan. 29, 
1943; KK 19685. 

Enduring lacquer for your nails. © Jan. 29, 
1943; KK 19687. 

Associated spring corp. Barnes-Gibson-Raymond 
div., Detroit. 5635 

It's a big job for springs. For springs. © June 

19, 1943; KK 19700. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, Del. 5636 

Score one for synergism. For chemicals and 
explosives. © May 15, 1943; KK 19557. 

Auralgan research div. See Van Horst (Walter), 
Steinmann (Herbert R.) & Mendelson (Harry), 
d. b. a. Auralgan research div. 



Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 5637 

Fine watch has precision. For non-precious 
metal for artificial dentures. © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 
19416. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co. , inc., Louisville. 5638 
One of the strangest juries ever calledl For 
cigarettes. © May 7, 1943; KK 19409. 

Babbitt industrial specialties co.. New York. 

5639-5641 

Babbitt sealants. For joint and sealing com- 
pounds for industrial plant maintenance and upkeep. 
© June 10, 1943; KK 19641. 

Babbitt sealants. For joint compounds for ship- 
building and marine repair use. © June 22, 1943; 
KK 19640. 

Babbitt sealants. For pipe joint compounds. © 
May 28, 1943; KK 19527. 

Barnes-Gibson-Raymond div. Associated spring 
Corp. See Associated spring corp. Barnes- 
Gibson-Raymond div. 

Bates (Harold O.), d. b. a. Acromark CO., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 5642-5650 
Acromark, no. 9AH marking machine, 252-15 

(5). For marking machine. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 

19745. 

Acromark, no. 9AP marking machine, 252-15 

(4). For pedestral marking machine. © Apr. 27, 

1943; KK 19744. 

Acromark no. 50 rotary marking machine, 252-15 

(6). For rotary marking machine. © Apr. 27, 

1943; KK 19746. 

Acromark signs & name plates, 252-15 (9). For 

signs and name plates. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 19749. 
Acromark steel stamps, 252-15 (2). For steel 

letters and figures. © Jan. 6, 1943; KK 19788. 

Acromarker, 252-15 (10). For marking ma- 
chines. © Feb. 22, 1943; KK 19787. 

Acroprinter, sheet 24, 252-15 (7). For print- 
ing marking machine. © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 19747. 
Acroprinter, sheet 24-A, 252-15 (8). For 

printing marking machine. © Apr. 2, 1943; KK 

19748. 

Hercules holders, 151-15 (11). For steel type 

and type holders. © Nov. 23, 1942; KK 19786. 



Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 5651 

While you read this magazine - we'll build 
another Airacobra. For aircraft © June 3, 1943; 
KK 19407. 

Belle-Sharmeer div. Wayne knitting mills. See 
Wayne knitting mills. Belle-Sharmeer div. 

Bendix aviation corp., Bendix, Teterboro, N. J. 

5652-5656 
For airplane instruments. Service bulletin. 

Grease M-285 overcomes hard- turning com- 
pass bezel assembly. © June 23, 1943; KK 19708. 

Installation specification change in shock- 
mounting - gyro flux gate compass - type 12002. 
© June 23, 1943; KK 19697. 

Tinte'd reticle as replacement part for clear 
reticle in B-3 driftmeters. © May 26, 1943; KK 
19483. 

To provide for compensator housing drain- 
age and assure proper diaphragm functioning in 
magnesyn compass transmitter. © May 15, 1943; 
KK 19438. 

Installation instructions, electric turn and bank 
indicator, type 3904. For aircraft instrument © 
May 26, 1943; KK 19477. 

Bennett (Claude S.) inc., Atlanta. 5657 

Mr. Vic Tory and Mr. Dee Feat For diamonds. 
© May 31, 1943; KK 19591. 

Berco mfg. co., Chicago. 5658 

Hilco all-angle vise. For vises. © May 14, 
1943; KK 19371. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 5659-5662 

Expecting three in the family? For baby furni- 
ture, carriages, bathinette and clothes. © June 2, 
1943; KK 19372. 

Look cool, feel cool in Best's whites. For bath- 
ing suits, dresses, shorts and shirt © June 20, 
1943; KK 19647. 

Summer playclothes. For dresses, bathing suit, 
tennis dress, shorts, cap, playsuit, shirts and 
jacket © June 3, 1943; KK 19436. 

Sun and fun fashions from Best's Liliputian 
bazaar. For children's suspender shorts, overalls 
and bathing suit © June 13, 1943; KK 19648. 

Bielzoff (D. J.) products co., Chicago. 5663, 5664 
Chevalier the etiquette brandy. For brandy. © 

June 1, 1943; KK 19354. 

They're crystal-iced. Red horse twig. For 

liqueurs. © June 1, 1943; KK 19355. 

Bisodol CO., Jersey City. 5665 

Time for Bisodol. For antacid alkalizer. © 
Apr. 1, 1942; KK 19405. 



Blickman (S.) inc., Weehawken, N. J. 5666, 5667 
Equipping the modern hospital. For hospital 

equipment © Mar. 6, 1943; KK 19450. 

Modern kitchens for hospitals and institutions. 

For food service equipment © Mar. 6, 1943; KK 

19415. 

Blue ball chemical co., Orlando, Fla. 5668 

Deadrat kills rats and mice. For rat killer. © 
Jan. 2. 1943; KK 19453/ 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Bond electric corp. div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Bonwit Teller, inc., New York. 5669-5671 

For women's apparel: 

45 minutes from Broadway. © June 13, 1943 
KK 19524. 

My life IS a 3-ring circus. © June 6, 1943 
KK 19402. 

This is the new silhouette. © May 30, 1943 
KK 19452. 



Borden co., Houston, New York. 5672-5691 

But, dear! It's your patriotic duty to study crop 
rotation! For milk. © May 18, 1943; KK 19442. 

Elsie thanks you, Elmer thanks yon, Beulah 
thanks you. For vitamin and mineral fortified 
drink, © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19637. 
For cheese; 

And the letter says, or else! Moaned the 
manager. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 19352. 

Has anybody here seen a Chateau cheese 
sandwich? © Mar. 28, 1942; KK 19337, 

Just a minute,. I always demand Borden's 
vera-sharp cheese with my pie, © Mar. 28, 1942; 
KK 19339 

You men, sighed Elsie, you're all alike! © 
Dec 11, 1942; KK 19351. 
For dairy products: 

Elmer, I want you to meet the new man in 
.my life. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 19598 

Imagine learning anything from this little 
rat? © June 1, 1943; KK 19597. 

Stop grumbling, Elmer, I'm just balancing 
your diet! © Nov. 6, 1942; KK 19349. • 
Foi- fresh milk: 

He never misses a day © Apr. 13, 1943; 
KK 19440. 

His wife packs a lunch a man can work on! © 
May 11, 1943; KK 19441 

I don't need a helper, ray wife packs a lunch 
a man can work on © Apr. 6, 1943; KK 19636. 

Now that you're eating less meat © May 

27, 1943; KK 19599. 

Have you heard what Borden's has done for 
children? For fluid milk. © Dec. 3, 1942; KK 
19350. 

I can't roll anything but strikes since I've been 
drinking Hemo. For vitamin and mineral fortified 
drink. © May 21, 1943, KK 19638. 

Ode to my milk: There's no extra charge. For 
fluid milk and cream. © May 13, 1943; KK 19443. 

Oh, why did my mamma raise me to be a milk- 
man. For fine dairy products. © June 1, 1943; 
KK 19549. 

Somebody ought to tell her about Borden's cock- 
tail spreads For cocktail cheese spreads, © 
Mar 28, 1942; KK 19338. 

Well, it won't be so bad if she serves a Borden 
cream cheese salad. For cream cheese © Mar 

28, 1942; KK 19335 

You don't have to kidnap the chef, your spaghetti 
will taste just like ours if you'll use Borden's 
grated American cheese. For grated American 
cheese © Mar. 28, 1942; KK 19336 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 5692-5694 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties For ties. © June 3, 

1943; KK 19646. 

Wool the fibre that can take it. For worsted and 

woolen piece goods. G July 6, 1943; KK 19803 



Your business is Botany's business. For woolen 
and worsted piece goods. © June 22, 1943; KK 
19628 

Breezewood pipe co.. New York. 5695-5697 

For pipe: 

New Breezewood pipe © June 1, 1943; KK 
19383. 

New Breezewood pipe ©June 15, 1943; KK 
19651. 

New Breezewood pipe ©June 29, 1943; KK 
19755. 

California co., San Francisco. 5698 

How to save money on your Diesel. For lubri- 
cating oil. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 19782. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

5699-5705 
For oranges: 

Getting the most nutrition out of fresh fruits 
and vegetables, LA-3474. © May 28, 1943, KK 
19819. 

Look what's cookin' for me this summer, La- 
3477 © June 13, 1943; KK 19818. 

Simple buying guide. © June 25, 1943; KK 
19770. 

Thank goodness we can get fresh fruits, LA- 
3475 © May 30, 1943; KK 19511. 

You do the best job for family health, LA- 
3479, © June 21, 1943; KK 19820. 

Here's the cold drink that does something for 
you! For lemons © June 16, 1943, KK 19771. 

Will rationing help their health? For Sunkist 
oranges. © May 10, 1943; KK 19769. 

Carpenter steel co., Reading, Pa. 5706 

H-9 extra cold heading die steel. For cold 
heading die steel. © June 3, 1943; KK 19816. 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 5707, 5708 

For movie films: 

Axis smashed in Africa! © June 11, 1943; 
KK 19676. 

Battle for Tunisia. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
19675 

Celanese celluloid corp.. New York. 5709 

What you can't see can hurt you. For plastic. 
© May 1, 1943, KK 19515. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 5710 

Introducing a revolutionary staple rayon fibre 
Celanese Celairese, a new interlining for coats, 
for comforters. For staple rayon fibre. © June 7, 
1943; KK 19420. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago 5711, 5712 
For coal. 

Arrange now to have your heating plant p>;t 
in shape for next winter. © May 21, 1943; KK 
19802 

Don't delay! © July 2, 1943; KK 19801 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit, N. J. 

5713 
Medical heroes of the army and navy. Brev. 
Brig General Thomas Lawson. For pharmaceu- 
tical products. © May 6, 1943; KK 19486 



Clark bros chewing gum co., Pittsburgh. 



5714, 5715 



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5760 



For chewing gum: 

Clark's chewing gum always pure, whole- 
some and satisfying. © June 18, 1943; KK 19603. 

Clark's two delightful flavors, always pleas- 
ing. © July 9, 1943; KK 19840. 

Clorox chemical co., San Francisco. 5716-5723 

For household bleach and disinfectant: 

America needs you, healthy! Clorox pro- 
vides added health protection in the homel © May 
30, 1943; KK 19496. 

Clorox cleanliness, a vital aid in greater 
health protection! © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19491. 

Cultivate the healthful habit of Clorox clean- 
liness. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 19498. 

Cultivate the healthful habit of hygienic home 
cleanliness with Clorox! © May 28, 1943; KK 19495. 

It's patriotic to protect health, and it's easier 
in a Clorox-clean home! © May 23, 1943; KK 
19494. 

Now, especially health authorities urge 
greater sanitary precaution! Make home danger 
zones Clorox-clean! © May 9, 1943; KK 19492. 

Today, more need for health protection, more 
need for Clorox. © June 6, 1943; KK 19497. 

Your linens need Clorox today more than 
ever! © May 16, 1943; KK 19493. 

Club aluminum products co., Chicago. 5724-5726 
Get in the smart set! Fun for everyone. For 

flameproof glass cookware and work game. © Feb. 

26, 1943; KK 19741. 

Thermo-seal glass cookware. For flameproof 

glass utensils for surface cooking. © Jan. 6, 1943; 

KK 19739. 

Your thermo-seal glass coffee maker. For 

flameproof glass drip coffee maker. © Feb. 4, 

1943; KK 19740. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 5727 

Puts an extra oh in Ohio. For beer. © Apr. 15, 
1943; KK 19482. 



Coca-cola CO., Wilmington, Del. 5728-5736 

For soft drink: 

Ask the Flying Tiger from China. © Apr. 1, 
1943; KK 19414. 

Caps off to our fighting men. Coke tipping 
cap. © May 28, 1943; KK 19630. 

I like the way you operate. Man talking to 
filling station attendant © May 1, 1943; KK 19631. 

Soldiers like a tablecloth. Strawberry table. 
© May 28, 1943; KK 19572. 

Stand by, for refreshment. Father, sailor 
and daughter. © June 3, 1943; KK 19571. 

Talk about refreshing. Two girls in beach 
chairs. © June 17, 1943; KK 19704. 

That reminds me. Woman shopper in beret 
© Apr. 1, 1943; KK 19333. 

You trust the quality of the real thing. Ex- 
ecutive with plans. © May 17, 1943; KK 19332. 

You work better refreshed. Girl defense 
worker. © May 20, 1943; KK 19331. 

Contact lens service, New York. 5737 

Invisible unbreakable glasses. For contact 
lens. © July 6, 1943; KK 19799. 

Continental steel corp. , Kokomo, Ind. 5738 

Every man to his calling! For steel products. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 19424. 



5739-5743 



Coty, inc.. New York. 
For cosmetics: 

Coty air-spun make-up. © July 6, 1943; KK 
19791. 

Perfume, fashion, beauty. © 1 c. June 8, 
1943; KK 19526. 

Simple life in beauty care. © May 28, 1943; 
KK 19401. 

Simple life in beauty care. © June 1, 1943; 
KK 19390. 

Sub-tint make-up base. © June 8, 1943; KK 
19419. 

Culver aircraft Corp., Wichita. 5744 

Worth waiting fori For airplanes. © Apr. 10, 
1943; KK 18951. 

Dana perfumes, Chicago. 5745-5748 

For cosmetics: 

Forbidden perfume. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 
19680. 

Tabu double-charm lipstick. © Jan. 29, 1943; 
KK 19681. 

Tabu the forbidden perfume. © Mar. 15, 
1943; KK 19683. 

Tabu the forbidden perfume. © Apr. 30, 
1943; KK 19682. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St Louis. 5749, 5750 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Advance data sheet, 519. © May 28, 1943; 
KK 19512. 

Bulletin F-69. © June 23, 1943; KK 19758. 

Dayton rubber mfg. co., Dayton, O. 5751 

Mill service proves it For textile products, 
including pickers, loom supplies and roll coverings. 
© Dec. 1, 1941; KK 19548. 

Delano's dental laboratory, Norwich, Conn. 5752 

Sensational new way to transform outdated false 

teeth. For false teeth. © June 14, 1943; KK 19618. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 5753 

Mimeograph and two wars. For stencil dupli- 
cators and supplies. © June 3, 1943; KK 19367. 

Dick bros. brewing co., Quincy, III. 5754, 5755 

For beer: 

New Year's day with the Dick family. © May 
15, 1943; KK 19397. 

Springtime with the Dick family. © May 15, 
1943; KK 19396. 

Dictograph sales Corp., New York. 5756 

New symphonic acousticon. For hearing aid, 
© Feb. 15, 1943; KK 19559. 

Divco-twin truck CO. , Detroit 5757 

Divco-twin model UM. For delivery trucks. © 
Apr. 10, 1943; KK 19619. 

Dodge mfg. corp., Mishawaka, Ind. 5758 

Wars are won with battle power. For power 
machinery parts. ® June 1, 1943; KK 19501. 

Doho chemical corp.. New York. 5759 

Aviation ears. For medical product © June 
2, 1943; KK 19388. 

Domore chair co. , inc., Elkhart, Ind. 5760 

Build your body as you sit For posture chairs. 
© June 14, 1943; KK 19726. 



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Drackett CO., Cincinnati. 5761 

Heave a sigh of despair... For fluid to clean 
windows. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 18659. 

Eagle pencil co.. New York. 5762 

Decimal equivalent chart For lead pencils. 
© May 10, 1943; KK 19340. 

Esso, inc., New York. 5763-5770 

Batty Ben. For auto batteries and battery cables. 
© May 12, 1943; KK 19775. 

Blinkey Bill. For auto lights and accessories. 
© May 12, 1943; KK 19777. 

Diffy Dan. For automobile lubricating oil. © 
May 12, 1943; KK 19751. 

Leaky Lou. For auto tires. © May 12, 1943; 
KK 19753. 

Nocky Niles. For auto ignition and wiring. © 
May 12, 1943; KK 19750. 

Scratchy Scroggs. For auto polish. © May 12, 
1943; KK 19776. 

Seepy Sam. For rust preventive. © May 12, 
1943; KK 19752. 

Squeaky Squires. For lubricants. © May 12, 
1943; KK 19754. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 5771 

Fairbanks-Morse motor generator sets and fre- 
quency changers. For motor generator set^ and 
frequency changers. © May 18, 1943; KK 19381. 

Fechheimer bros. co., Cincinnati. 5772 

Uniforms, equipment, the Fechheimer bros. co., 
Cincinnati, 2, Ohio. Ladies' measure form. For 
uniforms. © June 16, 1943; KK 19541. 

Finch (Jos. S.) & co., inc., Schenley, Pa. 5773 

Story of the writer who ran out of words. For 
whiskey. © June 21, 1943; KK 19725. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 5774, 5775 
For home and auto supplies: 

Firestone spring and summer suggestions 
for your home, garden and car. © May 26, 1943; 
KK 19563. 

Firestone timely summer values for home 
and car. © June 25, 1942; KK 19574. 

Fleischmann distilling Corp., New York. 5776 

Wanted by Fleischmann! For whiskey. © June 
4, 1943; KK 19577. 

Ford (Cleveland B.) & Word (W. Walter), d. b. a. 
Ford & Word service, Atlanta. 5777 

Rationing tokens for retail grocers. For ration- 
ing tokens for retail grocers. © Feb. 24, 1943; 
KK 19385. 

Ford & Word service. See Ford (Cleveland B.) 
& Word (W. Walter), d. b. a. Ford & Word ser- 
vice. 

Fox (I. J.) inc.. New York. 5778 

I. J. Fox private sale of fur jackets and fur 

scarfs! For fur jackets and fur scarfs. © Apr. 
1, 1943; KK 19328. 

Furgeson (O. R.) San Angelo, Tex. 5779 

0-R-F Lone * State novelties. For novelties. 
© May 5, 1943; KK 19456. 

General ceramics co., Keasbey, N. J. 5780, 5781 



Kettles, dishes, stills, etc. For kettles, dishes, 
stills and stirrers. © June 10, 1943; KK 19550. 

Pipe coolers and condensers. Bulletin 181. 
For pipe coolers and condensers. © July 1, 1943; 
KK 19794. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 5782 

Denison hydroilics test stand equipped with 
general jumbo jrs. For industrial pneumatic tires. 
© July 1, 1943; KK 19843. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 5783 
Choosey about your whiskey? For whiskey. © 
June 11, 1943; KK 19707. 

Golden glint co., Seattle, 5784 

Golden glint color chart For hair rinses. ® 
Aug. 11, 1942; KK 19767. 

Gooley (William T.) Chicago. 5785 

This is Dr. Gooley who asks you, do you want to 

be a success? For book. © June 19, 1943; KK 
19833. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 5786 

It's a summer for sun and sense and Dorothy 
Gray specialized hot-weather preparations. For 
cosmetics. © May 6, 1943; KK 19399. 

Groesbeck (Charles Clarence) Los Angeles. 5787 
Give your friends a party with the game of 
High-low-seven-eleven. For amusement games. 
© May 10, 1943; KK 19663. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 5788, 5789 

For watches: 

Best read war ad in Life during 1942. © 
June 8, 1943; KK 19553. 

How many listeners tune in 672 radio stations ? 
© May 10, 1943; KK 19410. 

Guillow (Paul K.) Wakefield, Mass. 5790 

Army flyer gliders. For model airplane. © 
May 6, 1943; KK 19694. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. Y. 

5791 
Make smooth ice cream with light cream. For 
rennet tablets. © May 13, 1943; KK 19504. 

Heat transfer products, inc.. New York. 5792 

Self scaling evaporator. For self scaling evapo- 
rator. © June 3, 1943; KK 19481. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

5793-5795 
For chemicals: 

Chemistry's child. © June 10, 1943; KK 
19546. 

New brush gets chemical bristles. © June 
10, 1943; KK 19547. 

Greatly improved water-pressure resistance of 
Hercules Vibrogels. For explosives. © Feb. 7, 
1943; KK 19831. 

Hit parade, inc.. New York. 5796, 5797 

For sound records and sheet music. 

Hit parade. America's ten leading songs. © 
May 31, 1943; KK 19555. 

Hit parade. This week's official standing. © 
May 31, 1943; KK 19554. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 



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Hudson (H. D) mfg. co., Chicago. 5798 

Hudson sprayer, for everybody, everywhere. 
For dairy sprayer, cleaning sink & cooling pans. 
© May 3, 1943, KK 19829. 

Hyde Park breweries assn., inc., St. Louis. 5799 
Lucky you. For alcoholic beverage. © May 
22, 1943; KK 19654. 

Industrial tape corp.. New Brunswick, N. J, 

5800, 5801 
For tapes: 

Army-navy scrapbook for the automotive 
boys. © June 10, 1943; KK 19756, 

Army-navy scrapbookf or the automotive boys. 
© May 10, 1943; KK 19757. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 5802 

Our first home... and it almost made me cry. 
For silverware for the table. © Apr. 31, 1943; 
KK 19658. 

International silver co , Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn, New York. 5803-5806 

For sterling silverplate inlaid: 

Best bet for a quality selling point. © June 
10, 1943; KK 19727. 

Best bet for deliveries. © May 12, 1943; KK 
19347. 

Dinner party in a foxhole. © Apr. 19, 1943; 
KK 19346. 

War bride. © June 1, 1943; KK 19348. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

5807-5813 
For men's socks: 

Easy going. © June 10, 1943; KK 19610. 

On the alert. © June 1, 1943; KK 19608. 

On the alert. Father's day is June 20th. © 
June 1, 1943; KK 19609. 

On the alert. Father's daj^ is June 20th. © 
June 15, 1943; KK 19614. 

On the alert. Father's day, June 20th, give 
him Interwoven socks. © June 9, 1943; KK 19611. 

On the alert. Father's day, June 20th, give 
him Interwoven socks. © June 11, 1943; KK 19612. 

On the alert. In times like these, longest 
service counts, © June 15, 1943; KK 19613. 

Johnson (S. C.) & sor* inc., Racine, Wis. 5814 

Fighting women ol Winthrop street: For wax. 
© June 6, 1943; KK 19633. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J 5815 

Ethicon suture futures no. 1. Witnessing opera- 
tions by television. For sutures © June 4, 1943; 
KK 19838. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 5816 

New type bullet jackets from industrial team- 
work. For steel. © June 17, 1943; KK 19604. 

Kalner (Sam), d. b. a. Well made doll & toy co., 
New York. 5817 

Big 4 navy unit. For toys. © Nov. 23, 1942; 

KK 19781. 



Keller (Julie) Los Angeles, 

New records, harp and solovox. 
© Nov. 18, 1942; KK 19384. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 



5818 
For records 



5819-5825 



Blossom out with crispness. For breakfast 
cereals, rice krispies. © May 8, 1942; KK 19587. 
For cereal breakfast food: 

Coming! Nation-wide promotion. © Jan. 8, 
1942; KK 19326, 

How's your pep appeal? Autie A: Sh! Take 
a look at Junior. © Mar. 13, 1942; KK 19323. 

Judy and the judge. © Apr. 3, 1942; KK 
19325. 

For cereal breakfast foods: 

Fathers are the funniest people. © Feb. 20, 
1942; KK 19322. 

How's your pep appeal? Wife: There, now 
you're my handsome herol © Feb. 20, 1942, KK 
19324. 

Nursemaid to a 20-ton clipper. For breakfast 
cereal - corn flakes. © June 3, 1942; KK 19586, 

Knox (Charles B.) gelatine co., inc., Johnstown, N. 
Y. 5826, 5827 

For gelatine: 

Stretch butter. © May 18, 1943; KK 19412. 
Stretch 1/4 lb butter ration into 1/2 lb, 
grand spread. © May 21, 1943; KK 19413. 

Lee (H. D.) mere, co., Kansas City, Mo. 5828 

Lee is the only cowboy pants with all these 
features. For cowboy pants. © Jan. 1, 1943; KK 
19649. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

5829-5833 
No case of pregnancy when climcally tested. 
For antiseptic jelly. © July 1, 1943; KK 19834. 
For deodorant cream: 

Should an unmarried girl go alone to an 
army camp? © June 4, 1943; KK 19724. 

Should she go home with the man who brought 
her? © July 2, 1943; KK 19797. 

Was she wrong when she said: Pleased to 
meet you! © May 21, 1943; KK 19398. 

Who pays. © May 7, 1943; KK 19400. 

Liebmann breweries, Brooklyn. 5834-5836 

For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Ilona Massey. © May 28, 1943; KK 19657, 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Peggy Wood. © May 3, 1943; KK 19656. 

My beer is Rheingold the dry beer, says Ro- 
land Young. © May 24, 1943; KK 19655. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 5837-5843 
For cigarettes: 

At home and over there. 3 nurses. © July 
4, 1943; KK 19759. 

First choice. WAVE © May 21, 1943; KK 
19418. 

First for more pleasure. Radio. © June 8, 
1943; KK 19509. 

From coast to coast. Storekeeper, © June 
22, 1943; KK 19693 

Mildness and better taste, © Apr. 30, 1943; 
KK 19417 

They keep on scoring. Aviator. © June 2, 
1943; KK 19508. 

Right ammunition for all pipes. Soldier, For 
pipe tobacco © Apr. 26, 1943; KK 19601. 



Lorr laboratories. Pater son. 
Dura-gloss picks you up. 
May 25, 1943; KK 19330 



5844 
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Los Angeles newspaper publishers assn., Los 
Angeles. 5845 

Your new design for living. For newspaper. © 

Mar. 3, 1943; KK 19500. 

Loudon div. Standard brands, inc. See Standard 
brands, inc. Loudon div. 

McGown (Pearl K.) West Boylston, Mass. 

5846-5852 
For hooked rugs designs or supplies. Dear 
HooKrafTsman: 

And thus endeth the first year! December 15, 

1942. KK 19722. 

Good news for you! April 15, 1943. © Apr 
15, 1943; KK 19671. 

I guess I must be psychic [etc.] February 15, 

1943. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 19674. 

Listen to this! May 15, 1943. © May 15, 
1943; KK 19720. 

Perhaps you got to the exhibit? June 15, 
1943. © June 15, 1943; KK 19721. 

Such a flood of letters of appreciation [etc.] 
January 15, 1943. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 19673 

The YMCA of Chillicothe, Ohio, has recog- 
nized the importance of creative work [etc.] March 
15, 1943. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 19672. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, 111. 5853, 5854 

For automatic electric toasters: 

Ask that nice admiral, © May 12, 1943; KK 
19529 

Huh, say that again. © May 15, 1943; KK 
19532. 

Master surgical instrument corp,, Irvington, N. J. 

5855-5«57 
For surgical instruments: 

Master instruments by master craftsmen. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 19698. 

Presentando master. Presenting master. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 19568. 

Presenting master. © May 20, 1943; KK 
19567. 

Meier (B.) & son, inc.. New York. 5858 

National ration for a rational nation. For food. 
© May 27, 1943; KK 18891. 

Merriam (G, & C) co , Springfield, Mass. 

5859, 5860 
For dictionaries: 

Circle and monogram, June, 1943. © June 7, 
1943; KK 19702. 

What is a dictionary? © June 5, 1943; KK 
19701 

Meyer (Frank E.) & Chuven (David) Denver. 5861 
Loyal and willing forces of America. U. S A, 
essential industry For emblem and identification 
card © June 8, 1943; KK 19623. 

Modern kitchen bureau, New York. 5862 

Then she switched to electric cooking For 
electric ranges © Jan. 28, 1942; KK 19478. 

Moglen mfg co , New York, 5863, 5864 

For embroidered military insignia: 

Marine corps order bland. © June 5, 1943; 
KK 19358. 

Woven metal insignia order blank © June 5, 
1943; KK 19357 



Montmarquet (Francis H.), d.b.a. O. C. mfg. co.. 
Little Falls, N. J, 5865 

Non-elastic war model. For supporters. © Jan. 

4, 1943; KK 19480. 

National aeronautics council, inc., New York. 5866 
Aircraft spotters' handbook. For book. © 
May 23, 1943; KK 19540 

National distillers products corp.. New York. 

5867-5871 
Elementary Scotch lesson. For Scotch whiskey. 
© Jan. 30, 1942; KK 19525 
For whiskey; 

It costs us more to make Old Taylor. © 
Apr. 16, 1942; KK 19487 

Signature that stands for the strictest whiskey 
standard. © Feb. 6, 1942; KK 19485 

Still on the course of quality. For bonded rye & 
bourbon whiskey. © June 10, 1942; KK 19622. 

Whiskey that passed its bar exams! For P. M. 
de luxe blended rye or bourbon whiskey. © June 8, 
1943; KK 19506. 

National educational alliance, inc.. New York. 5872 
Complete photographer quarterly. For mag- 
azine. © May 17, 1943; KK 19718. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N.J. 5873-5878 
For vitamin D milk: 

Many men and women are working longer and 
harder than they ever did before. © June 22, 1943; 
KK 19762. 

Now that coffee is running short. © June 22, 
1943; KK 19761, 

Nutritious foods are scarce. © June 22, 1943; 
KK 19763. 

Uncle Sam recommends it. © June 22, 1943; 
KK 19760. 

Make drums last and make them work! For 
vitamin A and D oil. © June 8, 1943; KK 19444 

Nopco cutting oils. For lubricant. © May 29, 
1943; KK 19329. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 5879, 5880 

For men's slack suits: 

Dear Sir, this season's slack suits are 
walking out. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK L9634. 

Here's your chance! Famous longwear slack 
suits. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 19635. 

New York subways advertising co., inc.. New York. 

5881-5884 
For editorial cards and station posters: 

Okay, so you've been to the Stork club. © 
May 17, 1943; KK 19810. 

$64 question for ad men. © June 14, 1943; 
KK 19811. 

They went down there, © May 31, 1943; KK 
19813 

Where do New Yorkers go after work? © 
May 7, 1943; KK 19812 

Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 5885 

It's not polite For toilet tissue. © May 5, 
1932; KK 19666. 

Nutri cola co , inc , Long Island City, N Y. 5886 
Important communique to Mr and Mrs U. S. A. 
For beverages, © July 2, 1943; KK 19768, 

O C mfg, CO. See Montmarquet (Francis H ), 
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Odosin CO , New York. 5887 

Analysis of methods of insect control For in- 
sect control device © June 2, 1943; KK 19484. 

Ohrbach's, inc , New York, Newark, N J 5888 

Swing into summer in comfort For slack suit 
© June 13, 1943; KK 19625. 

Olsen (Tinius) testing machine co., Philadelphia. 

5889 
Olsen electronic elongation recorder, bulletin 
25 For testing machine © Apr 6, 1943; KK 
19327. 

Olson rug co , Chicago. 5890-5894 

For rugs: 

Olson for lovely broadloom rugs © May 
21, 1943; KK 19537 

Olson for rugs, save to 50%. © Apr, 20, 
1943; KK 19538. 

Rugs save to 1/2. © Mar. 20, 1943; KK 
19544. 

Save up to 50 *!e and get lovely broadloom 
Olson rugs. © Feb 26, 1943; KK 19539. 

69 years of leadership, Olson for rugs, © 
May 28, 1943; KK 19536. 

One-two-three co., inc., New York. 5895 

Try a tanga-kooler with the tang that takes. 
Made with 1-2-3 mixer. Picture of girl with glass 
For orange mixer. © Mar, 5, 1943; KK 19809, 

Onyx oil & chemical co., Jersey City. 5896 

Leucothol. For textile stripper. © Aug. 25, 
1941; KK 19653. 

Ortho products, inc.. Linden, N, J. 5897-5899 

For those who prefer cream. For vaginal 

cream. © May 28, 1943; KK 19835. 

Seeds of the red lotus. For vaginal jelly, cream, 

diaphragms. © May 28, 1943; KK 19835. 

Tooth in a silver leaf. For vaginal jelly. © 

May 28, 1943; KK 19836. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 5900 

Good doors aid fast production. For garage 
doors. © June 1, 1943; KK 19522, 

Owens-niinois glass co,, Toledo. 5901 

Replace worn-out windows with insulux glass 

block. For insulux glass block. © June 14, 1943; 
KK 19575. 

Paragon oil co., inc., Brooklyn. 5902 

Paragon news letter. May, 1943. For motor 
oil, oil burners, kitchen appliances, sink and tub 
combination and insulation. © May 24, 1943; KK 
19370. 



Parker appliance co., Cleveland. 5903,5904 

Parker beading kit. For beading kit. © June 5, 

1943; KK 19793. 

Parker rod and bar marker. For rod and bar 

markers. © May 31, 1943; KK 19815. 

Pepsi-cola co.. Long Island City, N. Y. 5905, 5906 
For soft drink: 

Pepsi and Pete, the Pepsi-cola cops. At 
ballgame. © Aug. 24, 1940; KK 19823. 

Pepsi and Pete, the Pepsi-cola cops. Ele- 
phant. © June 5, 1943; KK 19455. 



Perolin co. of New York, New York. 5907 

Millions of B. T. U's lost. For soot and fire- 
scale remover. © May 21, 1943; KK 19499. 

Petrogalar laboratories, inc., Chicago. 5908 

Mucous surface of the pelvic colon, rectum and 
anal canal For medicinal preparation. © Apr. 
18, 1942; KK 19535. 

Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 5909 

Three drips. For electrical instruments and 
parts. © Feb 19, 1943; KK 19334. 

Porter (H K.) co., inc., Pittsburgh. 5910 

Portereducer operating instructions For pro- 
cess equipment. © June 1, 1943; KK 19624. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 5911-5913 

For adhesive mending tape: 

Make it do - or do withoutl © May 27, 1943; 
KK 19403. 

Make it do - or do without! © June 13, 1943; 
KK 19576. 

Press-on mending tape a sellout. © June 20, 
1943; KK 19839. 

Prime mfg. co,, Milwaukee. 5914-5918 

For electric fence: 

Elmer the bulhorg says: I'm strong as a bull. 
© Mar. 25, 1942; KK 19699, 

Elmer the bulhorg says: I'm strong as a bull. 
Want real, long-time success with electric fence? 
© Mar. 1, 1942; KK 19521. 

Elmer the bulhorg says: I'm strong as a bull. 
Your hi-line helps you with the big job. © Mar. 
1, 1942; KK 19518. 

4 reasons- © Jan. 22, 1942; KK 19519. 

Prime. © Feb. 5, 1942; KK 19520. 

Proportioneers, inc. , Providence. 5919 

Heavy duty midget chlor-o-feeder. For water 
purifier. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 19503. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis. 5920 
You serve America when you do the job right. 
For piston rings. © June 8, 1943; KK 19542. 

Ratner (Richard) New York. 5921 

Where service is a factor - Shenango. For china. 
© June 30, 1943; KK 19795. 

Reliance devices co., inc. New York, 5922 

Swivelier work-like units. For work lights. © 
May 1, 1943; KK 19796. 

Revlon products corp.. New York. 5923-5927 

For nail enamel and lipstick, 

America's best loved nail enamel and lip- 
stick. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 19394. 

N(» bed of roses for him. © Jan. 25, 1943; 
KK 19392, 

Revlon salesmen are on their way, © Jan. 
25, 1943; KK 19395. 

They can't stop talking about the new Revlon 
lipstick colors 1942 and 1952. © Apr, 25, 1942; KK 
19391. 

Works like a charm, © Apr, 26, 1943; KK 
19393. 

Royal typewriter co.. New York. 5928-5931 

For carbon paper and typewriter ribbons: 

I said, I hear roytjrpe carbon paper is sell- 
ing. . . © May 1, 1943; KK 19660. 



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60 copies? © May 7, 1943; KK 19661. 
For typewriters: 

Some things money can't buy. © Apr 
1943; KK 19665. 

Stop! © May 28, 1943; KK 19662. 



29, 



S. M. A. corp , Chicago. 5932, 5933 

For a vitamin preoaration 

Caritol smaco. © May 20, 1943; KK 19513 
Presenting caritol smaco © May 20, 1943; 

KK 19514. 

Saks & CO., New York. 5934, 5935 

It is wise today to buy a Saks Fifth avenue shoe 

For shoes. © May 9, 1943; KK 19516. 

It is wise today to weigh everything you buy as 

an investment. For perfume and furs. ® May 9, 

1943, KK 19517. 

Scientific lubricants co., Chicago. 5936 

Motor mica. For anti-friction compound. © 
May 12, 1943; KK 19785. 

Sealed power corp.,* Muskegon, Mich, 5937,5938 
For piston rings: 

Fire -power wins, when horse-power helps I 
© June 18, 1943; KK 19643. 

Food and bullets for victory. © 1 c. May 27, 
1943; KK 19447. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 5939-5941 

For ladies' coats: 

One-and-only season skipper, two complete 
coats in one, © Mar 23, 1943; KK 19730. 

One-and-only season skipper, two complete 
coats in one. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 19729. 

One-and-only season skipper, two complete 
coats in one. © May 25, 1943; KK 19731. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, Elizabethport, N, J. 

5942, 5943 

Jane Pickens says; Meet my twinl For molded 
dress form. © June 1, 1943; KK 19319. 

Singer surgical stitching instrument. Form 
10334 (543) For surgical stitching instrument. © 
June 8, 1943; KK 19448. 

Singer sewing machine co., New York. 5944 

Conselhos muito oportunos. For sewing ma- 
chines. © June 1, 1943; KK 19320. 

Smith (Marvin E.) Chicago. 5945 

MarVinEss birth announcements. For birth 
announcements. © Jan. 20, 1943; KK 19451. 

Smith victory corp,, Buffalo, 5946 

Vicky Victory your hair aid warden. For hair 
pins & bobbie pins. © July 8, 1943; KK 19841. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N, Y., New York. 

5947, 5948 
For hearing aid: 

Cause of better hearing is forging ahead. © 
May 21, 1943; KK 19703. 

From tramping the streets. © June 11, 1943; 
KK 19445. 



Standard brands, inc. Loudon div., Terre Haute, 
Ind. 5949 

Every vegetable is mighty important now. For 

V-8 vegetable juice. © June 1, 1943; KK 19502. 



Stewart (Frederick Patton) Miami Beach, Fla. 

5950 
Opticians, optometrists, oculists, you can now 
make your own lens cleaner for less than 19? per 
gallon with Stewart's concentrated E-Z Pak. For 
Stewart's foaming soapless E-Z PAK crystals © 
Apr. 16, 1943; KK 19639. 

Stow mfg. CO., Binghamton, N. Y. 5951 

On ships, where everything must work right. 
For flexible shaft © June 14, 1943; KK 19593 

Straus & Schram, Chicago. 5952 

Pop, go prices, in this storewide red, white & 
blue victory tag sale. For tags. © July 6, 1943- KK 
19617. 

Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 5953, 5954 

For ties: 

It's the V people see. © Mar. 26, 1942; KK 
19543. 

Sugar and spice. Everything that's nice in a 
tie. © Mar' 26, 1943; KK 19645. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 5955, 5956 

For pie: 

Dessert first-aid. Tasty-pie. Billboard no. 
95. © June 10, 1943; KK 19615. 

Lunch. Tasty-pie. Car card design no. 95. 
© June 21, 1943; KK 19616. 

Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 5957 

Pens, ink, pointers, and pen arms for Taylor 
temperature and pressure instruments. For pens, 
ink, pointers, and pen arms for Taylor temper- 
ature and pressure instruments. © Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 19784. 

Texas sales corp., Dallas. 5958 

Victory kitchen. For kitchen equipment. © 
June 19, 1943; KK 19832. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 5959 

There's more than one way to win a war. For 
roller bearings. © June 5, 1943; KK 19569. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 5960-5962 

For beer: 

Can't beat well-cooled altes lager aged-in, 
sealed-in flavor! © June 28, 1943; igc 19822 

Clipper. Yankee clipper © June 9, 1943; KK 
19790. 

Sir Walter Raleigh drank his beer. © May 
26, 1943; KK 19369. 



Trill indicator co., Pittsburgh. 
Trill steam engine indicator, 
strument for steam engines. 
KK 19490. 



5963 

For a testing in- 

© June 11, 1943; 



Two-timer, inc., Chicago. 5964 

Two-timer, the coat that leads a double life. 
For ladies' coats. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 19505. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 5965 

Acoustone. For sound absorbent material. ® 
May 8, 1942; KK 19356. 

Universal Geneva watch co., New York. 5966 

Black, Starr & Gorham presents a new universal 
waterproof. For watch. © 1 c. June 10, 1943; KK 
19488. 



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6001 



Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 5967-5971 

For eye glasses: 

I'm making a liar out of my draft card. © 
June 11, 1943, KK 19523. 

Lieutenant Jane Smith and Private John Smith. 
© Mar. 17, 1943, KK 19342. 

What! Me wear bifocals? © May 5, 1943; 
KK 19344. 

Where vision is vital! © Apr. 16, 1943; KK 
19343. 

You're a lucky lady, Mrs. Jones. © May 20, 
1943; KK 19345. 

Uris sales corp,, New York. 5972, 5973 

For jewelry: 

Capture her heart with true-to-you jewelry 
by Uris! © July 1, 1943; KK 19828. 

He can't mail an embrace, so he'll mail her 
a Uris embracelet. © May 1, 1943; KK 19827. 

Valve pilot Corp., New York. 5974-5976 

Valve pilot tape talks, 40-42. For recording 
instruments. © June 24, 1943; KK 19690-19692. 

Van Horst (Walter), Steinmann (Herbert R.) & 
Mendelson (Harry), d. b. a. Auralgan research 
div., New York. 5977 

Anatomy of the ear. For medical product. © 

June 2, 1943; KK 19387. 

Viavi CO., San Francisco. 5978 

Viavi brown tablettes. ForViavibrowntablettes, 
a cholagogue. © May 24, 1943; KK 19449. 

Vibro CO., Greenwich, Conn. 5979 

Able draftsman's magic wand. For drafting 
triangle. © May 15, 1943; KK 19826. 

Ward products co.. Old Saybrook, Conn. 5980 

How to make money with luminous paint. For 
luminous paint - non-poisonous kind. © Apr. 1, 
1943; KK 19422. 

Watchemoket optical co., inc.. Providence. 5981 
Watchemoket eye savers. For safety goggles. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 19664. 

Wayne knitting mills. Belle -Sharmeer div.. Fort 
Wayne. 5982, 5983 

For women's stockings: 

Bielle -Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes. 
Fit carries on in nylon and victory textures. © May 
1, 1942; KK 19374. 

Belle-Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes. 
For you this tried and true formula. © Mar. 27, 
1942; KK 19373. 

Well made doll & toy co. See Kalner (Sam), d. b. 
a. Well made doll & toy co. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 5984, 5985 

For neckties: 

Masterpieces from the Wembley collection. 
© June 4, 1943, KK 19605. 



Youthful color harmony. © June 1, 1943; KK 
19606. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div.. 
New Haven. 5986, 5987 

For flashlight batteries: 

Blackouts of outside stairs in U. S. A. in- 
jured 8 times as many. © Mar. 22, 1943; KK 
19364. 

Keeping Bond batteries in the spotlight of 
public attention. © June 1, 1943; KK 19706. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div., New Haven. 5988-5995 

For ammunition: 

America's new light-weight weapon, © Mar. 
31, 1943; KK 19363. 

Congratulations trapshooters. © Jan. 23, 
1943, KK 19361. 

Dad, what does this little (PW) mark mean? 
© Jan. 20, 1943; KK 19365, 

In the coming 60 days. © Oct. 29, 1942 KK 
19362. 

Insuring post-war business for Winchester 
dealers. © Apr. 29, 1943; KK 19366. 

Relying upon Winchester is an old American 
custom. © June 1, 1943; KK 19629. 
For flashlight batteries; 

In batteries as in basketball extra freshness 
wins. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 19360. 

In batteries as in bowling. © Mar. 31, 1943; 
KK 19359. 

Westinghouse electric & mfg. co.. East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 5996 

Tastes better than ever, mom. 2-RS-4001, For 

electric roaster ovens. © Feb. 28, 1942; KK 

19534. 



Weston electrical instrument corp., Newark, N, J, 

5997 
Weston dial, vol. 4, no. 1. For exposure meters. 
© June 24, 1943; KK 19814. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 5998 

Unknown weapon. For wissco card clothing. © 
June 17, 1943; KK 19545. 



Wild (George F.) New York. 5999 

Our honor roll. For pattern for a work of art 
of scroll work. © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 19558. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Win- 
chester repeating arms co. div. 

Wise (Wm. H.) & co., inc.. New York. 6000, 6001 
For book: 

$873.95 library of 351 world's finest books 
only $5.98! © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 19719. 

Free, war globe of the world. © May 16, 
1943; KK 19510. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943-- 2181 



135 



PRINT OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[6001 



American tobacco co. 1 

Ask dad - he knows. For cigarettes. © Ameri- 
can tobacco CO., New York. RR 67, July 1, 1943. 



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Agency paper co. , New York. 6002 

Sky- rite paper and envelopes. For paper and 
envelopes. © Apr. 3, 1943; KK 19644. 

Allen (Paul E.) Niles Center, III. 6003 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal scientific teether. For 
teether. © June 1, 1943; KK 19696. 

Associated dairies, Los Angeles. 6004 

Associated dairies. For milk, cream and butter- 
milk. © Feb. 28, 1941; KK 19783. 

Associated fruit co., Medford, Or. 6005 

Pear o dise. For canned peaches. © Mar. 18, 
1943; KK 19607. 

Beech-nut packing co., Canajoharie, N. Y. 6006 

Beech-nut peppermint hard candy. For pepper- 
mint candy. © June 4, 1943; KK 19423. 

Bodell (M.) Chicago. 6007 

Whirling words. For word game. © Aug. 17, 
1942; KK 19742. 

Brenner & co., Brooklyn. 6008 

Checker- mania. For checker jig saw puzzle. 
© June 16, 1943; KK 19825. 

Claff (M. B.) & sons, inc., Randolph, Mass. 6009 
Bal-o-tred. For footwear. © May 21, 1943; 
KK 19489. 

Club aluminum products co., Chicago. 6010-6015 

Club aluminum cleaner. For powder for clean- 
ing and polishing aluminum. © Dec. 21, 1942; KK 
19737. 

Club cream furniture polish. For polish for 
furniture, woodwork, lacquered, enameled, var- 
nished surfaces. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 19732. 

Club rug and upholstery cleaner. For liquid for 
cleaning rugs, carpets, fast color upholstery fab- 
rics. © Jan. 21, 1943 KK 19735. 

Club scratch concealing furniture polish. For 
liquid for concealing scratches in furniture. © 
Jan. 21, 1943; KK 19734. 

Club self polishing wax. For wax for floors, 
linoleum, rubber, asphalt base, composition, 
terrazzo, etc. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 19733. 

Club silver polish. For liquid for polishing 
silver. © Jan. 21, 1943; KK 19736. 

Continental foods, inc., Hoboken, N. J. 6016, 6017 
Lipton's black bean soup. For dehydrated black 
bean soup mix. © May 26, 1943 KK 19677. 

Lipton's Continental noodle soup. For de- 
hydrated noodle soup mix. © Apr'. 1, 1943; KK 
19t78 

Co-operative displays, inc., Cincinnati. 6018-6037 
For aircraft recognition models: 

Bell Airacobra - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943 
KK 19459, 

British Defiant - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943 
KK 19463. 

British Hurricane - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943 
KK 19461. 



British Spitfire - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
KK 19468. 

British Wellington - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19472. 

Consolidated Catalina - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19470. 

Consolidated Liberator - assembly. © Jan. 
4, 1943; KK 19469. 

Curtiss Tomahawk - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19466. 

Douglas Boston - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
KK 19474. 

Douglas DC-3 - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
KK 19471. 

Douglas Dauntless - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19465. 

Douglas Devastator - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19458. 

Heinkel HE-lllK - German bomber. © Jan. 
4, 1943; KK 19473. 

Heinkel HE-115 - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
KK 19476. 

Lockheed Lightning - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19475. 

Messerschraitt ME 109E - assembly. © Jan. 
4, 1943; KK 19457. 

Northrop A-17 A - assembly. © Jan. 4, 1943; 
KK 19467. 

Vought- Sikorsky Kingfisher - assembly. © 
Jan. 4, 1943; KK 19460. 

Vought-Sikorsky Vindicator - assembly. © 
Jan. 4, 1943; KK 19464. 

Vultee Vengeance - assembly. © Jan. 4, 
1943; KK 19462. 

Crown cork & seal co., inc., Baltimore. 6038, 6039 
For two-piece mason caps: 

Crown way is the easy way. © ApV. 2, 1941; 
KK 19552. 

Crown way is the easy way. © Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 19551. 

Delco products div. General motors corp. See 
General motors corp. Delco' products div. 

Dixie frosted foods co., Birmingham, Ala. 6040 

Dixie frosted foods. For frozen foods. © Apr. 
20, 1943 KK 19817. 

Dot & Peg productions, Chattanooga. 6041 

Mother and daughter dresses. For paper dolls 
and dress trimmings, etc. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 
19717. 

Esmiz (Alfred R.), d. b. a. Vandol products co. , 
Highland Park, 111. 6042 

Vandol for your hair. For pharmaceutical prep- 
aration. © May 15, 1940; KK 19556. 

Estate stove co. , Hamilton, O. 6043 

Estate oven dehydrating kit. For dehydrating 
equipment © June 3, 1943; KK 19573. 

Familton co., Tacoma. 6044' 

Kleen-up. For woodwork cleaner. © Apr. 12, 
1943; KK 19774. 



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Famous foods, inc., Detroit. 6045 

Famous enriched vita-boy pretzels. For pret- 
zels. © Dec 1, 1942; KK 19772. 

Fisher (Benjamin Kayser) St. Louis. 6046 

Spi-roll. For game. © June 17, 1943, KK 19716. 

Food, inc., Boston. 6047 

Substimeat meatless entree. For vegetarian 
protein food. © July 8, 1943; KK 19821. 

Four-star products co., Hollywood, Calif. 6048 

Adieu. For hair remover. © Apr. 14, 1943; 
KK 19765. 

Freydberg (G. H. & E.) inc.. New York. 6049 

Patricia Ann dresses. For children's dresses. 
© May 10, 1943; Kk"T9379. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 6050 

Inside of atomic-hydrogen arc welding. For 
training film. © May 7, 1943; KK 19773. 

General motors corp. Delco products div., Detroit, 
Mich. 6051 

Delco hydraulic shock absorber fluid. For 

fluid for Delco shock absorbers and knee action 

units. © June 12, 1943; KK 19579. 

Hanley & Kinsella laboratories, inc., St. Louis. 

6052-6054 
For insecticide. 

Additional uses of 2-way. © May 15, 1943; 
KK 19620. 

Free exterminator service. © May 15, 1943; 
KK 19621. 

2-way insecticide screen paint. © June 15, 
1943, KK 19764. 

Harris (William P.) Chester, Pa. 6055 

Naneda beauty preparation. For deodorant, 
bleaching, vanishing, cold, cleansing creams. © 
Jan. 1, 1943; KK 19437. 

Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 6056-6058 

For shoe boxes: 

Alden House fashions. A97AB. © June 10, 
1943, KK 19589 

Magic poise, by Best, M 212AB. © June 1, 
1943; KK 19435. 

Zephyr step arch rest soles. Z36A. © Mar. 
16, 1943; KK 19588. 

Hoehler (Fred W.) Staten Island, New York. 6059 
Private stock for your smoking pleasure. For 
pipe tobacco. © May 21, 1943; KK 19368. 

Household institute, Chicago. 6060 

Household institute aluminum cleaner. For 
powder for cleamng and polishing aluminum. © 
Jan 15, 1943, KK 19738. 

Indiana pop corn co., Muncie, Ind. 6061 

Ask for pop-ity pop pop corn. For pop corn. 
© Feb. 18, 1942, KK 19386. 

Kahn (Leo), d. b. a. Saniproducts co. Pal sales 
div.. New York. 6062 

Pal victory all purpose cleaner. For household 

cleaner. © Sept. 16, 1942; KK 19446. 

Kalner (Sam), d. b. a. Well made doll & toy co., 
New York. 6063-6065 



Big 4 army unit. For toys. © Nov. 23, 1942, 
KK 19780. 

Purple sage holster set. For toys - holster 
sets. Large box. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 19779, 

Purple sage holster set. For toys - holster 
sets. Small box. © Dec. 28, 1942; KK 19778. 

Knight leather products co,, inc., Boston. 6066 

Knight lounge wallet. For wallet. © Mar. 1, 
1943; KK 19798. 

Kruszka (Peter Paul) Berwyn, 111. 6067 

Remember Pearl Harbor. For cigars. © June 
1, 1943; KK 19421. 

Lynn chemical co. See Pfeiffer (S.) mfg. co., d. 
b. a. Lynn chemical co. 

Manasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 6068-6074 
For butter: 

Menasha butter. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 19584. 

Menasha butter, © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 19585. 

Pure creamery butter. © Mar. 19, 1943; KK 
19580, 

For ice cream and ices: 

Menasha ice cream and ices. © Mar, 19, 
1943; KK 19581, 

Menasha ice cream and ice:?! © Mar. 19, 
1943; KK 19582. 

Menasha ice cream and ices. © Mar. 19, 
1943; KK 19583. 

Menasha sav a rap. Twin-pack carton. For m- 
terfolded waxed tissue. © Nov. 23, 1942; KK 
19709. 

Mulhens (Ferd.) inc., New York, 6075 

White rose transparent soap. For soap. © 
Feb. 9, 1943; KK 19804. 

Northwestern yeast co., Chicago. 6076 

Maca yeast, the fast granular live dried yeast. 
For dry granular yeast. © May 20, 1943; KK 
19531, 

Novel products co., St. Louis. 6077 

Precious souvenir for all peace loving people. 
For coffin containing images representing Hitler, 
Mussolini and Tojo. © June 8, 1943; KK 19743. 

Odosln CO. See Weil (Alex), d. b. a. Odosin co. 



Pal sales div. Saniproducts co. 
CO. Pal sales div. 



See Saniproducts 



Paper products, Oconomowoc, Wis. 6078-6082 

For stationery. Quick letters stationery. 

For illustration of various words forming a 
V © July 15, 1942; KK 19592. 

Illustration of a girl, collegian and service- 
man, © July 15, 1942; KK 19528. 

Illustration of boy and girl doing the jitter- 
bug dance. © June 11, 1942; KK 19561. 

Three servicemen in the background and a 
girl in foreground. © July 15, 1942; KK 19560. 

Three servicemen in the foreground and a 
girl and an airplane in the background. © June 11, 
1942; KK 19562. 

Pfeiffer (S.) mfg. co., d. b. a Lynn chemical co., 
St. Louis. 6083 

Lynn's vitamin B complex capsules. For a 

medicinal product. © June 21, 1943; KK 19642. 



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6110 



Pliochez CO., Akron, O. 6084 

Pocket cosmetic case. For transparent plastic 
case. © June 14, 1943; KK 19600. 

Pope (Perry A.) & Pope (Demas A.), d. b. a. Pope 
bros., Lodi, Calif. 6085 

Pope bros. high mark Tokay grapes. For grapes. 

© June 2, 1943 KK 19766. 

Pope bros. See Pope (Perry A.) & Pope (Demas 
A.), d. b. a. Pope bros. 

Porto- server, Chicago. 6086 

Humorous letterheads. Keep 'em smiling. For 

humorous letterheads. © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 19404. 

Price flavoring extract co. , Chicago. 6087 

Flavorich. For f laivoring extracts. © June 11, 
1943; KK 19627. 

Printing arts, inc., Miami, Fla. 6088 

Air mail stationery. For stationery. © Apr. 15, 
1943; KK 19406. 

Puppet plane co. See Woellner (William Calvert), 
sole owner of Puppet plane co. 

Ridgeway mutual cantaloupe & truckers assn. , 
Ridgeway, N. C. 6089 

Cream of Ridgeway brand. For cantaloupes 

chiefly and other produce. © June 16, 1943; KK 

19652. 

Robinson's women's apparel, inc., New York. 

6090 
Robinson's leg-lo. For leg lotion. © June 1, 
1943; KK 19679. 

Rock flint CO. , New York. 6091 

Rumin lighter flints. For lighter flints. ® June 
10, 1943 KK 19626. 

Ruth (Vincent J.)& Price (Burton S.), d. b. a. Ruth . 
Price, Newton Centre, Mass. 6092 

Soapapes. For soap product. © Mar. 12, 1943; 

KK 19411. 

Ruth . Price. See Ruth (Vincent J.) & Price (Bur- 
ton S.), d b. a Ruth . Price. 

Saniproducts co. Pal sales div. See Kahn (Leo), 
d. b. a. Saniproducts co. Pal sales div. 

Sanna (Anthony R), Sanna (Filip L.) & Sanna 
(Bartel J.), d. b a. Sanna dairy engineers, Mad- 
ison, Wis. 6093 
Sanalac. For dairy products, including dried 

skim milk. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 19380. 

Sanna dairy engineers. See Sanna (Anthony R.), 
Sanna (Filip L ) & Sanna (Bartel J.), d. b. a. 
Sanna dairy engineers. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 6094, 6095 

Dr. SchoU's air-cell insoles. For insoles for 

shoes or slippers. © Dec. 27, 1942; KK 19808. 
Dr. SchoU's hose savers. For heel liners for 

slippers or pumps. © May 3, 1942; KK 19807. 

Schonbrunn (S. A.) & co., inc.. New York. 6096 

Medaglia d'oro. For coffee. ® June 28, 1943; 
KK 19792. 



Sears bros. & co., Watsonville, Calif. 6097 

King bee. For head lettuce. ® May 15, 1943; 
KK 19800. 

Sheldon 0ay), d. b. a. Sheldon products co., San 
Francisco. 6098 

Sheldon food craft For imitation cocoa. © 

Apr. 25, 1943; KK 19714. 

Sheldon products co. See Sheldon (Jay), d. b. a. 
Sheldon products co. 

Shingle inspection service, inc., Seattle. 6099 

Cedar wood red cedar shingles. For shingles. 
© May 19, 1943; KK 19715. 

Smyles laboratories, Minneapolis. 6100 

Magic green fingers. For plant stimulator. 
© Sept 15, 1940; KK 19689. 

Snowdrift cleaner. See Waggoner (William I.) sr. 
& Waggoner (Clara J.), d. b. a. Snowdrift 
cleaner. 

Southern guano co.,d. b. a. Southern poultry farms, 
Winder, Ga. 6101 

Mammy's fancy chicken. For frozen poultry 

ready for cooking. © May 13, 1943; KK 19650. 

Southern poultry farms. See Southern guano co., 
d. b. a. Southern poultry farms. 

Staley (A. E.) mfg. co., Decatur, III. 6102, 6103 

For soy flour: 

Stoy soy flour, net weight 1 lb. © June 3, 
1943; KK 19806. 

Stoy soy flour, net weight 3 lbs. © June 3, 
1943; KK 19805. 

Stanley home products, inc., Westfield, Mass. 6104 
Stanley metal polish. For preparation for 
polishing metal. © Oct 10, 1942; KK 19578. 

Tinally (Alfred), d. b. a. Tinally research labora- 
tory, San Antonio. 6105 
Pro-tex-tire. For rubber preservative. © 

May 18, 1943; KK 19341. 

Tinally research laboratory. See Tinally (Alfred), 
d. b. a. Tinally research laboratory. 

Topo chico, s. a., cia. , Monterrey, Mexico. 

6106, 6107 

Topo chico. For mineral water. © Mar. 9, 
1943; KK 19595. 

Topo club. For ginger ale. © Mar. 9, 1943; KK 
19594. 



Trapp & sons, Beulah, Mich. 6108 

Beulah head lettuce. For head lettuce. © June 
21, 1943; KK 19602. 



United distillers of America, ltd., Baltimore. 



6109 



Imported Copley club Canadian whiskey, a blend 
distilled and blended in Canada. For whiskey. © 
June 4, 1943; KK 19389. 

Utility stationery stores, Chicago. 6110 

Copy cat carbon paper. For carbon paper. © 
Apr. 15, 1943; KK 19382. 



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pL 4, n. s., V. 38 



Vandol products CO. See Esmiz (Alfred R.), d. b. 
a. Vandol products, co. 

Waggoner (William I.) sr. & Waggoner (Clara J.), 
d. b. a. Snowdrift cleaner, Indianapolis. 6111 
Snowdrift cleaner. For cleaner. © Apr. 1, 

1934; KK 19507. 



Webb (Edward G.), d. b. a. I 

FuUerton, Calif. 

Sun-fresh. For oranges. 
19844. 



G. Webb packing co. , 

6112 

© June 11, 1943; KK 



Webb (Edward G.) packing co. See Webb (Edward 
G.), d. b. a. E. G. Webb packing co. 

Weil (Alex), d. b. a. Odosin co., New York. 6113 
Odolure insect run. For insect control device. 
© June 29, 1943; KK 19824. 

Well made doll & toy co. See Kalner (Sam), d. b. 
a. Well made doll & toy co. 

Woellner (William Calvert), sole owner of Puppet 
plane co., Cincinnati. 6114 

P-40 Tiger Shark. For toy plane. © June 1, 

1943; KK 19789. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



-399 



140 



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PART 4 



iVORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
rECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
i LABEI^ USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWAI^ 



1943 
, NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 7 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containii^ Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are diflferent. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be foimd at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used In this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an uiq)ublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
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including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

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of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, imless reserved, under the provisions of 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright pr(^rietor are 
the same. 



American theatre wing war service, Inc. War pro- 
duction training committee. 6115 
Weschler (Anita): 

American woman war worker. © 1 c. Aug. 

7, 1943; G 42114. 

Balancio (Mariano Libadia)* 6116-6118 

MacArthur ( General Douglas) and the map of 
the Philippines, 1, 2. - MacArthur (General Doug- 
las) with the President of the United States. © 1 
c. each July 23, 1943; G 42038, 42119, 42120. 

Baston (Prescott W.)* 6119 

Raphael's Madonna of the chair. © June 1, 
1943; G 42071. 

Bee (Sophie) & Burke (John M.) 6120 

Burke (John M.): 

Contemplation. © 1 c. July 5, 1943; G 42104. 

Bloom (J. F.) & CO.,* 6121-6123 

Henry memorial. © 1 c. July 24, 1943; G 42040. 
Mausoleum: 

Peterson. - Swanson (C. A.) © 1 c. each 

July 24, 1943; G 42041, 42042. 

Brinser (H. L.) 6124 

Scaravaglione (Concetta): 

Woman war worker. © I cT June 29, 1943; 
G 42074. 



Brockwell (Joh^ BuUer)* 6125, 6126 

Buster Bear. © 1 c. July 19, 1943; G 42145. 
Cagey Mink and the damh himter. © 1 c. J^ily 

19, 1943; G 42030. 

Campos (Florencio Molina)* 6127-6136 

Boleador. - Fixing the luggage. - Harvest. - I 

like this rocking chair. - Moving again. - Race. - 

To the school. - Wood truck. © 1 c. each Aug. 19^ 

1943; G 42158-42165. 

Good earth. - Hospitality of the heart. © 1 c. 

each July 28, 1943; G 42075, 42076. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc. 6137-6139 

Chapin (James): 

Doctor in research. - Doctor's heritage. - 
Student doctor. © 1 c. each July 24, 1943; G 42044- 
42046. 

Colonial granite co. 6140 

Kastrup (Carl): 

Nolan monviment, 301. © July 31, 1943; G 
42109. 

Cooper (Ralph)* 6141-6143 

Brandeis (Louis D.) - Herzl (Theodor) - Weiz- 
mann (Chaim) © 1 c. each Aug. 11, 1943; G 42127- 
42129. 



Disney (Walt)* 6144, 6145 

Front view of bug: 

At micrc^hone reading from script. - Hold- 
ing papers inscribed with old English B. © 1 c. 
each July 29, 1943; G 42083, 42084, 

Dunphy (Mary AUce)* 6146, 6147 

Gremelina. - Template gremlin. © 1 c. each 
July 23, 1943; G 42036, 42037. 

Eastern industrial sales co. 6148 

Sholar (WiUiam J.) jr.: 

Consider the turtle. He never goes any- 
where unless he Jiias his neck out! © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1943; G 42123. 

Eisenberg (Abraham)* 6149 

Sikorski (General Wladyslaw) © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1943; G 42125. 

Forstmann woolen co. 6150, 615 i 

Forstmann (Curt E.): 

Fleur de lis. © 1 c. June 8, 23, 1943; G 
42025, 42111. 

Foster (Holmes)* 6152-6163 

But the doctor's worried about that (deration, 
10. - Glass of water at the Ritz just six weeks ago, 
2. - He commanded the squadron leading the May 
15th raid over Berlin, 8. - If you every single day 
for the next 17 years, etc., 7. - It was the evening 
ahead, 9. - Little thing can mean a great deal be- 
tween loved ones, 11. - Look over her shoulder, 
1. - More American beauties and a message, 4. - 
Next Sunday will be their first anniversary, 5. - 
Putting a Jap radio, left behind on Guadalcanal, to 
good use to hear a Saturday night broadcast from 
New York, 12. - She doesn t know her wish will 
never be fulfilled, 3. - Spike was a smooth talker 
but this time he didn't get away with it, 6. © 1 c. 
each July 17, 1943; G 42088-42099. 

Friends of the Middle Border. 6164 

Dunn (Harvey): 

Dakota woman. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1943; G 
42122. 

Galea (Joseph) 6165 

Van Den Henden (Blance): 

Democracy is worth fighting for. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1943; G 42142. 



Gidro (Liane de)* 

Chinese lady. © Aug. 3, 1943; G 42113. 



6166 



Gifford (Robert Gregory)* 6167 

Contrasts. © 1 c. July 16, 1943; G 42026. 

Ginsburg monument works, inc. 6168 

Ginsburg (David): 

Design for a cemetery memorial and bed. 
Memorial design, 701; bed design, 49. © 1 c. July 
24, 1943; G 42043. 



141 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



6169 



pt. 4f n. s.f V. 38 



Gvimp (S. & G.) CO. 6169-6176 

Ashley (George Carvell): 

Convoy, U. S. coastguard cutter. - U. S. N. 
P. T. boats. - U. S. N. scout bombers. © May 24, 
1943; G 41959, 41961, 41964. 

Ashley (George Carvell) U. S. S.: 

San Francisco. - Saratoga. - Somers. ^Wash- 
ington. - Wichita. © May 24, 1943; G 41957, 41958, 
41960, 41962, 41963. 

Hambrock (Ida)* 6177, 6178 

I'm going back to Australia, America. © 1 c. 

July 13, 1943; G 42011. 

Lone star shines bright in Bethlehem tonight. 

© 1 c. July 16, 1943; G 42086. 

Hambrock (Ida) & Sax (M. C.) 6179 

Hambrock (Ida): 

Stop, look and buy a bond. © 1 c. July 13, 
1943; G 42010. 

Hammaker bros. 6180-6182 

Mc Comas (Jane Kindley): 

McComas memorial. © 1 c. July 13, 1943; 
G 42009. 

Strine (Paul R.): 

Bass memorial. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1943; G 
42126. 

Darby memorial. © 1 c. July 13, 1943; G 
42008. 

Harrison, Fouilhoux & Abramovitz.* 6183-6203 
Aquarium, Coney Island, Borough of Brooklyn, 
New York city. New York zoologic society: 

Artie tank exhibit. - Bridge between halls. - 
Diagramatlc view of exhibit halls. - Economic ex- 
hibit hall. - Entrance hall ramps. - Entrance hall, 
scheme A, C. - Entrance interior, scheme B. - En- 
trance plaza. - Entrance plaza, scheme A. - Ebc- 
hibit hall section. - Exit to garden exhibits. - Ex- 
terior perspective. - Fish ladder and ramp. - In- 
terior of t3rpical exhibit hall. - Pedestrian bridge. 
- Pedestrian bridge and exhibit hall. - View from 
boardwalk, scheme A. - View from Surf avenue, 
scheme A. - View from Tropical hall. © 1 c. each 
July 5, 1943; G 42049-42069. 

Bering (Henry)* 6204 

Lincoln (Abraham) © May 14, 1943; G 42085. 

Irving (J. F.) & Voulgaris (Dennis) 6205 

Voulgaris (Dennis): 

5th freedom - the right to gripe. © 1 c. June 
24, 1943; G 42027. 

Jankowsky (Benjamin)* 6206 

Mizpah. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; G 42124. 

Kirilloff (Michael)* 6207 

Marchuk (Nina) monument. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1943; 
G 42118. 

Knobloch (Philip) & ^on. 6208 

Knobloch (James G.): 

Cemetery memorial, 4981. © Aug. 12, 1943; 
G 42137. 

Kurn (Robert WilUam)* 6209 

Wshin Willie. © 1 c. June 30, 1943; G 42015. 

Leigh (William R.)* 6210-6214 

Close call. © 1 c. July 19, 1943; G 42031, 



Dodging bullets. - Navaho fire dance. - Poca- 
hontas. © 1 c. each July 12, 1943; G 42004-42006. 
One shot left. © 1 c. July 31, 1943; G 42105. 

Lucchese (Genevieve) (Genevieve Lucasee) 6215 
Vandruff (Olive): 

Uncle Sam and Aunt Sam. © Apr. 28, 1943; 
G 42070. 

Marks (Alice.Eakle)* 6216 

Shady lady. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1943; G 42139. 

Marsters (George Carter)* 6217 

Little Chinook tales. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1943; G 
42144. 

MarUn (Mildred) 6218, 6219 

McGonical (Elanor L.): 

Kinki, 1, 2. © 1 c. each July 21, 1943; G 
42033, 42034. 

Mitchell (Joseph M.) 6220 

Page (William): 

Death mask of William Shakespeare. © 1 c. 
July 21, 1943; G 42087. 

Muni (Maurice) 6221 

Brusa (Constantine L.): 

Muni-Emanuele. © 1 c. June 22, 1943; G 
42014. 

National biscuit co. 6222 

Broder (Steve): 

Ficticious characters D & P. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1943; G 42108. 

New England mutual life insurance co. 6223-6230 
Hoffbauer (Charles): 

Before the Boston tea party in Old South 
Meeting House, 1773. - Departure for the siege of 
Louisburg, 1745. - Launching of the frigate Con- 
stitution, 1797. - Reading the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence from the Old State House, Boston, 1776. 
- Ride of Paul Revere, 1775. - Samoset meets the 
first Plymouth settlers, 1621. - Washington taking 
command of the Continental army at Cambridge, 
1775. - Winthrop (Governor) in sight of Salem, 
1630. © 1 c. each June 24, 1943; G 42016-42023. 

O'Donoghue (Andrew)* 6231 

High ram walker. © 1 c. June 25, 1943; G 
42029. 

Oettinger (Henry J.)* 6232 

Factor in the fight for freedom. © 1 c. July 7, 
1943; G 42028. 

Olson (Charles)* 6233 

Yankee doing dandies. © 1 c. July 29, 1943; G 
42080. 

Osborne co. 6234-6238 

De Maris (Walter): 

Industrial picture, 4847. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1943; G 42131. 
Erbit (Jules): 

Girl holding tulips, 4848. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1943; G 42132. 

Teller (Grif [i. e. Griffith H.]): 

Lumber picture, 4846. - My own, my native 
land, 4843. - Summer landscape, 4841. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 12, 1943; G 42130, 42133, 42134. 



142 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 7, 1943 



6284 



Palmer (George Emmet)* 6239 

Family d(^house. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1943; G 
42141. 

Patrick (Frank Henry) 6240 

Patrick (Frank Vincent): 

United we win, whereby Malibu proudly 
picks iQ) 3 new Jefferson nickels, in lojralty to John 
& Hollywood. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1943; G 42135. 

Pergament (Myles)* 6241 

Private Harvey. © 1 c. May 20, 1943; G 42048. 

Piatt (Eleanor)* 6242 

Einstein (Albert) mathematician and physicist. 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1943; G 42138. 

Prenzel (Hal V.)* 6243 

Gremlin prisoner. © July 2, 1943; G 42013. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 6244 

My yesterdays. © 1 c. July 21, 1943; G 42032. 

Reeder (Lydis B.)* 6245 

Christ of the Pacific. © 1 c. July 13, 1943; G 
42007. 

Rembski (Stanislav)* 6246 

Casady (Right Rev. Thomas) Bishc^ of Okla- 
homa. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1943; G 42110. 

Richards (Robert Edward)* 6247 

Star of Bethlehem. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1943; G 
42140. 

Russell (Rosina)* 6248 

Santa Claus head. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1943; G 
42151. 

Scheuffele (Sylvia Dagmar)* 6249, 6250 

Come on you Jap, I am ready. •►- Great white 
mustang. © 1 c. each June 21, 1943; G 42115, 
42116. 

Shakes (Charles) ' 6251 

Ferneborg (John): 

V for victory thru God. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; 
G 42024. 

Sharp (Bird Hughes)* 6252 

Star puzzle. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1943; G 42012. 

Slovak Franciscan fathers. 6253 

Zenaty (Roger Anthony): 

Gift of - [A presentation bookplate] © 1 c. 
Aug. 5, 1943; G 42143. 

Stern-Louis co. 6254-6258 

Sand (John): 

Mary had a iitUe lamb, 275. - Old Mother 
Goose, 273. - Simple Simon went a fishing, 272. - 
To market, to market, to buy a fat pig, 271. - Tom, 
Tom, the piper's son, 276. © June 1, 1943; G 
42146-42150. 



Success portrait co. 6259 

McConnell 0ames M.): 

Salvation. © 1 c. July 15, 1943; G 42039. 

Taylor (Adlola Gray)* 6260 

Victory for peace. © 1 c. June 14, 1943; G 
41980. 

Troutman (Ivy)* 6261 

Insignia for sleeve of soldier's uniform. © 1 
C.Jan. 27, 1943; G 42035. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 6262-6264 

Christ walking on the water. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 

1943; G 42106. 

Put on the armor of the Lord. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 

1943; G 42107. 

Whosoever believeth in Me shall never die. © 

1 c. Aug. 16, 1943; G 42136. 

Twyman (Rhoda T.) 6265 

Butler (Helen): 

United nations flag. © 1 c. June 17, 1943; G 
42072. 

Vermont marble co. 6266-6271 

Whitehouse (Louis A.): 

Baptismal font, 6050, 6052, 6054, 6055. © 
Dec. 11, 1942; G 42100-42103. 

Rolfe cemetery memorial, 8082. © July 23, 
1943; G 42081. 

War memorial, D8-0163. © Aug. 3, 1943; G 
42121. 



Weiblen (Albert) marble & granite co., inc. 

6272-6276 
Gandolfo (Hy. A.): 

Pedrick monument. © 1 c. July 28, 1943; G 
42078. 

Sinnott (William A.) Monument: 

Berwick-Blum, - Jumonville. © 1 c. each 
July 28, 1943; G 42077, 42079. 
Weilalen (Albert) sr. : 

Cason (Benton W.) mausoleum. © 1 c. Aug. 
7, 1943; G 42117. 

Nolan (Rob't J.) semi-mausoleum. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1943; G 42073. 

Weldon (AnnaL.) 6277 

Weldon (Jack): 

Mannequin form board. © 1 c. July 13, 1943; 
G 42082. 

Williams (Wheeler)* 6278-6283 

Apollo's chariot steed. - April shower. - Cloud 
swimmer. - March wind. - Pegasus. - Whispering 
wind. © 1 c. each Aug. 19, 1943; G 42152-42157. 

Wroblewski (Nicholas)* 6284 

Cor e pluribus unum. God sent a life-saver to 
the flower of himianity. The four freedoms. © 1 
C.July 29, 1943; G 42112. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 881 



143 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS )R PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; THOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Alfino (Frank R.) 6285 

Woman's glove. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; I 32921, 

Arton (Sven) 6286, 6287 

Arton local position star chart. - Arton star 
identification chart. © July 16, 1943; I 32914, 
32915. 

Bailey meter co. 6288-6302 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 60F800T. © Jan. 
16, 1943; I 32904. 

550F800T. © Feb. 17, 1943; I 32900. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 30F30LX, 60F30LX. 
© Apr. 5, 1943; I 32898, 32903. 

60F30L. © Jan. 15, 1943; I 32902. 

75F400T75P. © Apr. 12, 1943; I 32906. 

250F50L. © Feb. 5, 1943; I 32895. 

275F25L. © Mar. 23, 1943; I 32896. 

600F180P25V. © Mar. 15, 1943; I 32901. 

650F325F1000TP. © Feb. 3, 1943; I 32905. 

Bailey recorder chart, 300KT15P. © Jan. 14, 
1943; I 32897. 

374KP. © Jan. 4, 1943; I 32899. 

800K3P. © Mar. 1, 1943; I 32907. 

1000KT7. © Apr. 11, 1943; 132894. 

2000KT1. © Dec. 16, 1942; I 32893. 

Barber (Hiram E.) • 6303 

Improvement in tire removing tools. © 1 c. 
July 17, 1943; I 32881. 

Belnap & Thompson, inc. 6304 

Military pin-i?) kit. © June 10, 1943; K 53516. 

Bendix aviation corp. 6305 

Nomograph for determining difference in ele- 
vation from barometric pressures. © Apr. 30, 
1943; I 32941. 

Berger (Herbert I.) 6306 

[Design for back sheet to hold Jewish calendar 
pad] © June 14, 1943; K 53550. 

Bethlehem steel co. 6307 

In the fight till victory buy war bonds and keep 
them. © July 26, 1943; K 53570. 

Borden co. 6308, 6309 

Be nice to your storekeeper month. © June 17, 

1943; K 53454. 

Elsie says: Save for war bonds and stamps. © 

Aug. 13, 1942; K 53556. 

Borsell (Anthony) 6310 

Double action hose clamp. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; 
132919. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory-builders 
div. 6311-6314 

I get a big kick out of my job I - We've just be- 
gun to fight. © July 6, 1943; K 53506, 53507. 



O. K. soldier! - We're sure proud of him. © 
July 31, 1943; K 53584, 53585. 

Broesel (Carl A.) 6315 

Simplex sleep cabinet, © 1 c. July 17, 1943; I 
32886. 

Brown & Bigelow. 6316-6358 

Fighters on the farms, 23418; by [Paul] Randall. 

- To make men free, 23070; by Norman Rockwell. 

- We salute our women in uniform, 23415; by F 
Sands Brunner, © June 21, 1943; K 53513-53515. 

Mettel (A. F.): 

San Antonio, Alamo. - Williamsburg, Gover- 
nor's palace. © June 21, 1943; K 53492, 53493. 
Mettel (Al): 

Algiers, mosque of Abder-Rhaman. - Casa- 
blanca, the Medina. - San Jose, old doorway. - Sidi 
Bou Said, street. - Tasco, Borda church and mar- 
ket place. - Tunis, Bab El Khadra. - Williamsburg, 
Bruton parish church. © June 21, 1943; K 53494- 
53500. 

Moran (Earl): 

Boy, you can see a lot from here, L 33363. 

- Darn it, this scares salesmen away, too, L 33366. 

- Don't try any pincer movements on me, L 33367. 

- Goodbye, I'tn taking off now.L 33371. - I'm afraid 
I've ants in my plants, L 33365. - Maybe I wiggled 
when I should have waggled, L 33361. - No, I'm not 
the maid, she^ out in front, L 33370. - Now this 
shape is easy to recc^nize, L 33372. - Omigosh, I 
forgot my armband, L 33364. - Sure, show me a 
diamond and I'll play ball, L 33369. - We've all got 
to keep our chin up these days, L 33368. - Who 
ordered chicken, L 33362. © June 21, 1943; K 
53480-53491. 

Palenske (R. H.): 

Canadian geese. - Covey of quail. - Ebb tide. 

- Five gulls. - Mallards. - Man O War. - Quintu- 
plets. - Ski country. - Trail riders camp. - Whose 
breakfast? - Wild steer bucking. - Woodland traf- 
fic. © June 21, 1943; K 53468-53479. '" 

Gulls at Monterey. - Heading for safety. - 
Outlaw. - Over the pass. - Startled mallards. - 
Whirlaway. © June 29, 1943; K 53586-53591. 

We're on our way; by N. C. Wyeth. © June 21, 
1943; K 53600. 

Brown instrument co. 6359-6361 

Brown instrimient co. [chart] 1622T. © May 

28, 1943; I 32911. 

12714. © May 24, 1943; I 33009. 

14065. © Nov. 9, 1942; I 32912. 

Castagnola (Oliver) (C. Oliver) 6362 

[Measuring chart for orthopedic work and for 

taking impressions of feet] © Oct. 1, 1941; I 32892. 

Cleland (T. M.) 6363 

God bless America and her allies. © July 30, 
1943; K 53562. 



144 



no. 7, 194S 



CLASSES H-K 



6478 



Cocliraiie corp. 6364-6369 

Cochrane recraxier chart, 651. © Oct. 5, 1942; 
I 32874. 

652. €> Not. 27, 1942; I 32875. 

653, 654. © Dec. 5, 1942; 132876, 32877. 

655. © Jan. 25, 1943; I 32878. 

656. © Jan. 29, 1943; I 32879. 

Cohn (Herman) co. 6370, 6371 

Pouy, smUe, it's worth while. © Apr. 24, 1943; 

K 53535. 

Sizsy, start the day with a smile. © Apr. 24, 

1943; K 53536. 

Co-aperative displays, inc. 6372 

Yot^fat-Sikor^ U. S. M. SB2U-3 Vindicator. © 
Jan. 4, 1943; 1 32745, 

Credit clothes co., inc. 6373 

Patriotic matte. © May 15, 1943; K 53503. 



Davis (Elmer Patrick 

Six knights and one day. 
J 35566. 



6374 
1 c. July 21, 1943; 



Diesel engine manufacturers' assn. 6375 

Manufacturer certifies tliat this engine com- 
pUes, etc. © Dec. 12, 1942; K 53572. 



Diocese of Newark. 

Guild of the Christ child. 
53537. 



6376 
June 16, 1943; K 



Doak (Hugh) 6377 

Manchester, Tenn., Court square. © July 1, 
1943; J 35592. 

Dowd (A.) & Washington (Booker T.) trading stamp 
assn. 6378 

Washington looker T.) business cooperative 

seal. © July 2, 1943; K 53526. 

Drake (H. G.) 6379 

Nan-cl4> adjustable plow defender. © 1 c. July 
17, 1943; I 32883. 



Ebelii« (^nibur Ludlow) 

Jardur small area plotting chart. 
1943; I 32908. 

EcUer (Thomas Earl) 

Self-centering center punch. 
1943; I 32873. 



6380 
May 28, 



6381 
1 c. June 28, 



Electronic sound engineering co. 6382 

Speaker baffle containing 16 5** or 6" P M 
loudspeakers. © 1 c. June 14, 1943; I 33007. 

Enq>ie (Hal H.) 6383, 6384 

'Way oat west: 

Land o' plenty, little diange in th' meat situ- 
ation, E-3. Points in our grub are nuthin' new to 
us, E-2. © July 10, 1943; K 53524, 53525. 

Fairchild aerial surveys, inc. 6385 

Burning tree, 86429. © June 22, 1943; J 35564. 

Foard (Robert Franklin) & Mills (Walter Samuel) 

6386-6389 
U. S. army. - U. S. army air forces. - U. S. 
navy. - Write it to tlie marines. © Apr. 26, 1943; 
K 53595-53598. 

550824 O - 43 - 2 



Foley 6 Edmunds, inc. 6390-6399 

Holland, a maritime nation. - Holland, the land 

and its people. - Java and Sumatra. - Netherlands 

East Indies. - Netherlands West Indies. © May 12, 

1943; J 35572-35576. 
Netherlands: 

East bidies, their share in world producticm. 

- Holland. - West Indies. © May 8, 1943; K 53518, 

53519, 53557. 

Symbol set, industry and agriculture: 

Netherlands East Indies. - Netherlands West 

Indies. © May 18, 1943; K 53615, 53616. 

Forsythe L Gale, inc. 6409 

Sell your idle car now oa Forsythe & Gale's 

boundied receipt plan. © 1 c. June 4, 1943; K 53529. 

Frank (WUUam F.) 6401 

ProducUon punch. © July 1, 1943; K 53527. 

Friez (Jullen P.) L sons. 6402-6478 

Altitude barogr^h chart, 1068-RM-l. © Feb. 
18, 1938; I 32983. 

Barograph chart, 1068. © Aug. 17, 1938; I 32952. 

1070-E. © Sept. 7, 1937; I 32978. 

Chart 120. © Jan. 12, 1939; I 32982. 

210-D, for use on daily open-scale single 

pen recorder. © Feb. 3, 1938; I 32994. 

Dual traverse Friez rain gage chart, 4041-B. 
© June 13, 1941; I 32958. 

4042-B. © Oct. 15, 1940; I 32959. 

4043-B. © July 21, 1941; I 32872. 

4044-B. © May 7, 1941; I 32960. 

4045. © June 26, 1939; I 32990. 

4045-B. © Feb. 7, 1941; I 32991. 

4046. © Aug. 17, 1938; I 32947. 

4047. © July 11, 1938; I 32944. 

Fergusson weigUng recording rain b snow gage 
chart, 1015-LT. © July 27, 1936; I 32961. 

1015-QB. © Apr. 17, 1941; I 32865. 

1015-SSB. © Sept. 27, 1940; I 32986. 

1015-V. © Mar. 6, 1936; I 32962. 

1015 -WB. © July 8, 1941; I 32866. 

1015-WT. © Dec. 31, 1936; I 32963. 

1015-YB. ©Apr. 17, 1941; I 32985. 

Friez rain gage chart, 4001. © May 24, 1939; 
I 33003. 

4002. © Mar. 30, 1937; I 32973. 

4004-B. © May 21, 1941; I 32966. 

4005, 4015. © Oct. 29, 1937; I 32974, 32976. 

4006-B. © June 3, 1940; I 32967. 

4007-A. © Dec. 27, 1937; I 32975. 

4007-AB. © Aug. 28, 1940; I 32968. 

4011. © May 6, 1938; I 32977. 

4013-B. © May 27, 1940; I 32969. 

4014-B. © Apr. 16, 1940; I 32955. 

4018-MM. © Dec. 6, 1937; I 32970. 

4022-B. © July 30, 1940; I 32956. 

4024. © Sept. 23, 1938; I 32945. 

4025-B. © Aug. 10, 1942; I 32957. 

4026. © July 20, 1937; I 32971. 

4028-MM. © Nov. 14, 1939; I 33006. 

Friez water stage recorder chart, 1940-AB. © 
Apr. 16. 1940- I 32864. 

^ 1940-6, 1941-B. © Apr. 17, 1941; I 32860, 

32862. 

1941-A. © May 26, 1939; I 32984. 

1941-AB. © Aug. 28, 1940; I 32859. 

1950. © Aug. 7, 1937; I 32946. 

1950-B. © i^r. 30, 1941; I 32861. 

— 1951-B. © Jan. 19, 1942; I 32863. 

Hygro-thermograph chart, 211. © Mar. 15, 
1938; I 32995. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Hygrograph chart, 58-B. © Nov. 17, 1936; I 
32951. 

Hythergraph chart, 220-DB. © Jan. 19, 1942; I 
32867. 

222-W. © June 6, 1938; I 32996. 

Metric micro-barograph chart, 1080-MMA. © 
Aug. 16, 1941; 132948. 

Metric weighing rainfall recorder chart, 1016- 
MM. © Jan. 9, 1939; I 32993. 

Mlcro-bar(^aph chart, 1071-A. © Mar. 5, 
1936; I 32964. 

1071-ABD. © Aug. 12, 1941; I 32869. 

1071-AS. © Aug. 15, 1938; 132998. 

1071-BB. © May 23, 1941; 132870. 

1071-BD. © Feb. 15, 1939; I 32999. 

1071-C, 1071-D. © June 23, 1937; I 32979, 

32980. 

1071-E. © Mar. 13, 1939; I 33000. 

1071-XD. © Dec. 21, 1937; I 32942. 

1080-MMB. © July 29, 1941; I 32871. 

1090, 1090-A. © Dec. 22, 1936; I 32965, 

32987. 

1090-AB. © May 21, 1941; I 32988. 

1090-B. © Apr. 17, 1941; I 32989. 

Sunshine and rainfall recorder chart, 1015-B. 
© Apr. 11, 1941; I 32953. 

Sunshine and wind velocity recorder chart, 1015- 
C. © Mar. 17, 1941; I 32954. 

Triple record thermograph chart, 3104-W. © 
Aug. 19, 1937; I 32972. 

3105-W. © Feb. 3, 1938; I 33004. 

3105-WB. © May 23, 1941; I 32868. 

3106-W. © Mar. 10, 1939; I 33004. 

Weighing rainfall recorder chart, 1016-C. © 
Aug. 1, 1939; I 32992. 

1016-MMB. © Aug. 30, 1941; I 32949. 

Wind direction & velocity recorder chart, 4051. 
© Aug. 21, 1939; I 33001. 

Wind diirection, dual velocity recorder chart, 
4052.. © Sept. 20, 1939; I 33002. 

Wind direction, velocity & te^^)erature recorder 
chart, 4050. © Aug. 15, 1938; I 32943. 

Wind velocity recorder chart, 1015. © Feb. 
28, 1939; I 32981. 

Fritschen (Herman A.; 6479 

Degree meter. © 1 c. July 17, 1943; I 32880. 

Gambaro (Emile James) 6480 

We fight to retain a great past, and we fight to 
gain a greater future. © July 14, 1943; K 53501. 

Garber (H. J.) 6481 

Humidity chart for air and water. © June 3, 
1943; I 32913. 

General cable corp. 6482 

Machines can't think. © July 26, 1943; K 53602. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 6483-6496 

Action at the front. © June 17, 1943; K 53569. 

America needs your Saturdays and Mondays tool 
© June 22, 1943; K 53581. 

Body blow by Fisher. © June 30, 1943. K 53559. 

Coming movie selection. - Every day your ex- 
ample influences the lives of others. © July 9, 
1943; K 53574, 53580. 

Doing the job together. © June 11, 1943; K 53560. 

Don't forget that vacant chair. © July 27, 1943; 
K 53576. 

Give America full measure. © July 12, 1943; K 
53573. 



Keep your shift geared to victory. © July 19, 
1943; K 53577. 

Let's be strong all week long. © June 30, 1943: 
K 53575. 

Memorial day 1943. © May 25, 1943; K 53558. 

Next on our movie list. - On the job we must all 
do our best. © Jidy 24, 1943; K 53579, 53582. 

Win the next round tool © Aug. 4, 1943; K 53578. 

Genter (Edward J.) 6497 

Electrode welding pistol. © 1 c. July 26, 1943: 
132923. 

Georg (Herbert) studio. 6498, 6499 

New Salem, Illinois: 

Old mill. - Old mill site. © Aug. 10. 1943; 
J 35655, 35656. 

Gibson (Harold L.) 6500-6502 

On guard for Old Glory. - Prayer for peace. - 

Tribute to Lincoln. © July 10, 1943; J 35577-35579. 

Gleckler (Norman L.) 6503, 6504 

Fractioneer, 2, 3. © 1 c. each July 22, 1943; I 
32909, 32910. 

Gluck (Carl) 6505 

Infinite calculus. © 1 c. July 3, 1943; I 32858. 

Goodyear ptg. & stationery co., inc. 6506-6514 

Absence makes my heart grow fonder, J -9. - 
Cut it outl Absenteeism. - Don t stop, J- 7. - Here 
today! Gone tomorrow, J-3. - In your hands, vic- 
tory, J-6. - Missing in action, J-5. - Missing link, 
J-2. - Production-absentee, J-1. - Who's missing, 
J-8. © July 12, 1943; K 53517, 53607-53614. 

Hackney (Myron Winston) 6515 

Transparent plastic door, drawing 53. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1943; I 33014. 

Hall (Martha Pearl) 6516 

Lonesome pointers. © 1 c.June 9, 1943; K 53504. 

Handcraft. 6517 

United States army [seal and Flag] © July 27, 
1943; K 53618. 

Harding (Aylmer) 6518 

Improved normal-eze toilet seat. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1943; I 33010. 

Harrison, Fouilhoux & Abramovitz. 6519-6521 

Aquarium, Coney Island, Borough of Brookl]ni, 
New York city, New York zoological society: 

Plan at boardwalk level. - Plan, scheme A, 
D. © 1 c. each July 5, 1943; I 32855-32857. 

Hays corp. 6522-6524 

Hays recorder chart, 388-390. ©July 22,29, 30, 
1943; I 32929, 33012, 33013. 

Hermitage art co., inc. 6525-6527 

And they came with haste, and found Mary and 
Joseph, and the Babe lying in a manger, 1076. - 
[Holy family in the stable] 1095. - [Holy family in- 
side stable] 1015. © July 29, 1943; K 53565-53567. 

Holmes (Burton) films, inc. 6528 

Capacitance, MN 1540a. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1943; 
J 35654. 



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no. 7, 1943 



6626 



House of art. 6529, 6530 

Florence Nightingale pledge, 296. © June 24, 

1943; K 53617. 

Harvey demonstrating the circulation of the blood 

to Charles I, N 2385. © June 3, 1943; K 53456. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 6531-6538 

Danger I Fire. - He's sacrificing plenty t Are 
you? - Plant parking lot. - Poor V for victory. - 
Take a bow. - Two service men. - What if you 
worked for this guy? - Your job may look d — 
small to youl © July 14, 1943; K 53458-53465. 

bternational art pub. co., inc. 6539, 6540 

Greer (A. D.): 

In the foothills. - Solitude. © July 20, 1943; 
K 53530, 53531. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 6541-6582 

Brazing and silver soldering, SN-2658. - Cluster 
welds, SN-2661. - Cowl repairs, SN-2654. - Fillet 
welds, steel, SN-2656. - Flat butt weld, SN-2663. - 
Fuel and oil tank repairs, SN-2659. - Properties 
of metals, SN-2666. - Reaming, tappii^ and thread- 
ing, SN-2665. - Repairing sheet metal surfaces, 
SN-2653. - Setting iq) and lighting the oxyacetylene 
torch, SN-2667. - Tube welds, steel, SN-2662. - 
Welding aluminum flat sheets, SN-2660. - Welding 
equipment, SN-2655. - Welding flat ripples, SN- 
2664. - Welding^ stainless steel, SN-2657. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 13, 1943; J 35639-35653. 

Sem^hore, SN-2597a, SN-2597aa, SN-2597b - 
SN-2597Z. © 1 c. each Aug. 9, 1943; J 35595-35621. 

Jardon (Jerome J.) 6583 

Airplane crash protector. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; 
132924. 

Jellineck (Rudolph) 6584 

Men's shirt-collar neck band stretcher. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1943; I 32917. 

Jernstedt (George W.) _ 6585 

Jernstedt electroplating computer. © 1 c. June 
1, 1943; I 33011. 

Justis (Charles Eugene) jr. 6586-6589 

Justa home: 

Floor plans. - Rear and front elevations. - 
Roof and basement plans. - Side elevations. © July 
8, 1943; I 32848-32851. 

Keller (Fred A.) 6590 

Inquisitive kittens. © July 2, 1943; J 35590. 

Kellogg CO. 6591-6593 

Allied headquarters. © June 25, 1943; K 53599. 
Navy boasts her billy goat, etc. © May 25, 1943; 

K 53533. 

With our old bomb sight, etc. © July 25, 1943; 

K 53534. 

Kilmer (Dorothy E.) 6594 

Sunset silhouetts. © July 5, 1943; J 35591. 

King features syndicate, inc. 6595-6606 

Dionne family go for drive, Z-76. -Dionne (Mrs.) 
and quints in car, Z-74. © June 27, 1943; J 35570, 
35571. 

Dlonne's (Mrs.) 34th birthday, Z-46. - Dionnes 
romp with photographer A. Sasse, Z-39. - Quints de- 
part for U. S., Z-38. - Quints thrill at new clothes, 
Z-40. - Sewing table for maman, Z-30. - Yvonne 
breaks bottle, Z-14. © May 23, 1943; J 35582-35587. 



Monroe (Lucy) and quints. Quints singing in 
mike, Z-123. © July 11, 1943; J 35581. 

Pauline makes a sextet, Z-18. - Quints with 
sister Pauline, Z-7. © June 20, 1943; J 35568, 
35569. 

Quints display their plaques, Z-117. © June 6, 
1943; J 35580. 

Kriebel (Anthony W.) & Bates (Fred M.) 6607 

Sallman: The Lord is my Shepherd; by Warner 
E. Sallman. © May 28, 1943; H 2579. 

Krc^p (E. C.) CO. 6608 

Life in the Ozarks. © Apr. 24, 1943; K 53568. 

Larremore (Amy Hopkins) 6609 

Hopkins ( Capt. Nicholas) © 1 c. July 6, 1943; 
J 35593. 

Lockwood (Lawrence A.) 6610 

Puppies are like babies. © July 20, 1943; K 
53593. 

Los Angeles examiner. 6611, 6612 

Chaplin (Charlie), Oona O'Neill, married in 
Carpinteria. - Exclusive 1 Ceremony in Carpinteria. 
© 1 c. each June 17, 1943; K 53466, 53467. 

Luck (William) 6613 

Shoe lace fastener. © 1 c. July 17, 1943; I 32882. 

McDonough (Frank) 6614 

Dirt prooif and waterproof grease fittii^. © 1 c. 
July 26, 1943; I 32918. 

Mead Johnson & co. 6615-6617 

All quiet; by Bernhard Pothast. © 1 c. July 7, 

1943; K 53554. 

Higher education for your youngster, etc. © 1 

c. July 23, 1943; K 53552. 

Mother's little treat; by Bernhard Pothast. © 1 

c. Feb. 24, 1943; K 53553. 

Melvin (Joseph Perrin) 6618 

Joining the hands of buyer and seller. © July 5, 
1943; K 53594. 

Miller (Otto H.) 6619-6621 

[Caricature resemblance of Hitler] © July 20, 

1943; K 53511. 

[Caricature resemblance of Mussolini] © July 

20, 1943; K 53510. 

[Caricature resemblance of Tojo] © July 20, 

1943; K 53509. 

Minkus (Jacques) 6622 

Let there be light. © June 10, 1943; K 53502. 

Mobley (Eunice Bass Langley) 6623 

Self-supporting magnifying glass. © 1 c. July 
26, 1943; I 32920. 

Monarch music pub. co. 6624 

Little captain of my heart. © July 13, 1943; K 
53601. 

Moss (Louis) 6625, 6626 

Hello to you back home. © July 23, 1943; K 

53523. 

To say hello to you back home. © July 21, 1943; 

K 53512. 



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6627 



MueUer Justus F.) 6627, 6628 

Mueller -Ward model of: 

Diphyllobothrium adult [and] key, MW12. - 
Life history of diphyllobothrium [and] key, MW13. 
© June 1, 1943; I 32852, 32853. 

NaU (Walter) 6629 

Blot proof ruler. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; I 32926. 

National electric coil co. 6630 

Squirrel cage rotor winding data. © Jime 22, 
1943; I 32854. 

National patriotic press. 6631 

Everlasting remembrance. The voice and spirit 
of Pearl Harbor. © July 10, 1943; K 53455. 

National war finance committee. 6632, 6633 

Back the attack. - IV victory. © 1 c. each July 
26, 1943; J 35588, 35589. 

Obert (Edgar J.) 6634 

Signalii« device. © 1 c. July 17, 1943; I 32885. 

Osborne co. 6635 

Boulder Creek, Glacier national park, P 2007. 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1943; J 35638. 

Osness (Edwin G.) 6636 

Heat therapy cups. © 1 c. July 17, 1943; I 32884. 

Parrish (Amos) & co., inc. 6637 

1942-1943 sales and Inventories in relation to 
the 1939-1940-1941 monthly average. © June 30, 
1943; I 33008. 

Raper (Furlow Wilson) 6638, 6639 
Vemilog scale. © 1 c. July 6, 1943; I 32927. 
1. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; I 32939. 

Resco. 6640 

Autographs of my buddies. © Apr. 16, 1943; 
K 53538. 



Reynolds ^enry) 

Victory cross. © June 1, 1943; K 53505. 



6641 



Ringling bros. & Bamum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc. 6642 

Ringling bros., Barnum & Bailey - admission 

2 nuts. © July 30, 1943; K 53571. 

Robblns (Frederick Goodrich) 6643-6645 

Open barway, New Hampton - Washington 

(MoiUlt) from the Saco Valley. © Aug. 1, 1943; K 

53563, 53564. 

Osslpee Lake, N. H. © July 22, 1943; K 53522. 

Roberts (Harold S.) 6646 

United we stand. © 1 c. July 15, 1943; J 35562. 

Roblson (Robert Shearer) 6647 

Private Van Dom. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1943; K 53583. 

RoUer (Samuel K.) 6648-6650 

New York: 

Hayden planetarium at 81st street and Central 
park. - St. Patrick's cathedral, 5th avenue & 50th 
St. - View across Lower Lake In Central park. © 
July 26, 1943; K 53603-53605. 



Safeway stores, inc. 



6651, 6652 



pt. 4. n. s.. v. 38 



Store fixture guide, section 5: 

Page 19, plan F40-B. © Feb. 2, 1942; I 32891. 
Page 31, plan F-80A. © Nov. 13, 1942; I 
32890. 

Sandler (Henry B.) co., inc. 6653 

Laurel hill; by Charles C. Corran. © July 7, 
1943; K 53555. 

Sauer (Walter H.) 6654 

Shoot -a-picture. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; I 32925. 

Schoof (William Peter) 6655 

Eastern made radiants [replacements] © Aug. 
5, 1943; K 53592. 

Seven-up co. 6656, 6657 
For our America. © July 1, 1943; K 53457. 
Same. © 1 c. July 15, 1943; K 53508. 

Sheriff Oay Ed) 6658 

Turbine shell for smoothbore cannon. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1943; I 32916. 

Sirrah (J. I.) 6659 

Where is Hitier? © Feb. 1, 1943; K 53453. 

Sommerfeld (Paul) 6660 

Radlomaster battery clq>. © 1 c. July 17, 1943; 
I 32887. 

Standard oil co. of California. 6661 

Standard takes better care of my car too, M- 
535. © June 25, 1943; K 53532. 

Strumor (Mathew A.) 6662 

Safety strike noatches. © 1 c. July 17, 1943; I 
32888. 

Success portrait co. 6663 

Salvation; by James M. McCooneU. © Mar. 5, 
1943; H 2580. 

Swift & CO. 6664 

How to sell more meat per ration point. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1943; J 35594. 

Tagllabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 6665 

Tag [chart] 212-32-128. © July 10, 1943; I 

32889. 

Thomas (Leota J.) 6666-6676 

Announcing - God's gift to man. © July 23, 1943; 
K 53549. 

Are you ready? © July 23, 1943; K 53545. 

As a lamb He was led to the cross. © July 23, 
1943; K 53544. 

[Christian star of David] © July 23, 1943; K 
53539. 

God is a rewarder of faith. © July 23, 1943; K 
53542. 

I must be about my Father's business. © July 23, 
1943; K 53543. 

Let your light shinel © July 23, 1943; K. 53540. 

LltUe chUd, arise I © July 23, 1943; K 53547. 

Lord (The) is our strengtti and help. © July 23, 
1943; K 53548. 

Put on the whole armor d God, ttiat ye may be 
able to stand against the wiles of the devil. © July 
23, 1943; K 53541. 

Ye must be bom againl © July 23, 194S; K 53546. 



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4214 



Thomson (Cecil) studios. 6677 

Houston (Cruiser) volunteers, Houston, Texas, 
May 29th, 1942. © May 30, 1942; } 35563. 

Twin editions. 6678 

Zuniga (Don Manuel Osorio de) Twin-print 15; 
by Francisco de Goya. © July 10, 1943; H 2581. 



Universal envelope co. 6679, 6680 

Nebraska state capitol: 

Building, cost $10,000,000. - Tower by night. 
© July 23, 1943; K 53520, 53521. 



Van Zelm (L. Franklin) 6681 

Christmas edition of Mess call. © Dec. 5, 1942; 
K 53551. 



Varelles (Andrew P.) 6682 

To self respecting mankind. © Sept. 15, 1942; 
K 53606. 



Veney (Silvio Carl) 6683 

Loomfixers reference chart. © 1 c. July 26, 
1943; I 32940. 

Vermeulen (Aurele) 6684 

Preliminary basic plan for a retail business 
system, a proposed postwar project. © 1 c. July 
27, 1943; I 32928. 

Vernon (Rhea J.) 6685 

Now I'd alius figured I could carry my own in- 
surance. © June 29, 1943; K 53452. 



Vibro CO. 6686-6694 

Compass rule, 430704. - [Hatching stencil] 
430405. - Pentangle, 430703. - Printer's help, 
430725. - Protractor, 43071? - Roundangle, 430705. 
- Screw stencil, 430716. - Three-angle triangle, 
430513 R. - [Three-angle triangle with compass] 
430724. © 1 c. each July 29, 1943; I 32930-32938. 

Walner (Arthur Fridolf) 6695 

United nations fight for freedom. © May 10, 
1943; K 53528. 

Warren (Robert Luther) 6696-6709 

Villa Acuna, Coah., Mexico: 

Bull fight, 1-6. - Citron (Conchita) famous 
woman bull fighter, 1-6. - Plaza De Toros, 1, 2. 
© July 16, 1943; J 35623-35636. 

West (Henry W.) jr. 6710 

West's Sy-am twins. © 1 c. July 19, 1943; J 
35637. 

Whittaker (Henry Clay) 6711 

H. C. W. hair roller. © 1 c. July 26, 1943; I 
32922. 

Williams & son. 6712 

We'll get your letter quicker! If you'll add our 
zone no. © July 1, 1943; K 53561. 

Wilson (F. M.) 6713 

Unity of nations. © 1 c. June 24, 1943; J 35567. 

Zwart (Gerrlt C.) 6714 

History of aeronautics. © May 25, 1943; J 35565. 



Number of entries In classes H-K Included in the Catalc^ since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (Including 1 one-copy entry) 55 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Includli^ 576 one-copy entries)-- 1083 

Photographs (Including 371 one-copy entries) 654 

Prints and pictorial Illustrations (including 53 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries)--- - -— - 1461 

Total - - - 3253 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [6714 



Taylor Instrument cos. 1-7 

"^cos recording thermometer chart nos. 301, 
715, 716, 1503, 1662, 2104, 3119. © Taylor Instru- 
ment COS., Rochester, N. Y. R 118801-118807, June 
5, 1943. 



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Advertisers' service div., inc.. New York. 6715 
Aircraft spotter dial. For bread. © July 25, 
1943; KK 20241. 

Aeronca aircraft corp., Middletown, O. 6716 

Lafayette, again - nous sommes arrives. For 
aircraft. © July 1, 1943; KK 20155. 

Allied mills inc.. Fort Wayne. 6717 

Declare war on these weasels. For poultry and 
Uve stock feeds. © July 18, 1943; KK 20191. 

Allis-Chalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 6718-6721 

Allis-Chalmers announces an important new for- 
ward step in alternating current welding, B6241B. 
For alternating current welder. © June 11, 1943; 
KK 20051. 

Instructions for the installation care and opera- 
tion of TLB load ratio control equipment, X511SA. 
For ratio control equ^ment. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
20050. 

Parts list, type E direct current motors and gen- 
erators, X5 134. For D-C motors and generators. © 
May 4, 1943; KK 20052. 

Vibrating screens for the sink-float process, 
R6268. For vibrating screens. © Mar. 24, 1943; 
KK 20053. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. T. 6722-6727 

For transportation equipment: 

Fireman Farris and his safety idea. © July 
24, 1943; KK 20153. 

400 shopmen save a harvest, 113-35. ©July 
17, 1943; KK 20158. 

How Sabey saved the day, 113-26. © June 19, 
1943; KK 20156. 

Over or under - the impossible gets done! 
113-27. © June 26, 1943; KK 20160. 

Saving a minute every mile, 113-34. © July 
10, 1943. KK 20157. 

They switched - to save a railroad yard, 
113-2. © July 3, 1943; KK 20159. 

American mat corp., Toledo. 6728 

Sensational new matting developed. For flexible 
wood link matting. © Oct. 20, 1942; KK 20150. 

American molasses co., New York. 6729 

Grandma's recipe to extend meat. For molasses. 
© July 12, 1943; KK 20176. 

American sterilizer co., Erie, Pa. 6730 

American- Craig head rest. For qperating table. 
© July 5, 1943; KK 19904. 

American tobacco co., New York. 6731 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. For cigarettes. 
© Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20293. 

American viscose corp.. New York. 6732-6735 

For rayon: 

How to write a successful biography. © July 
1, 1943; KK 20098. 

New fiber helps speed production. © June 19, 
1943; KK 20097. 



20096 



News for noses. © Apr. 30, 1943; KK 20095. 
War-drobe cbnserver. © June 20, 1943; KK 



Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 
You call it bread. For beer. 
19897. 



6736 
July 6, 1943; KK 



Atlas athletic equipment co., St. Louis. 6737 

Chart for self-defense. For athletic equipment. 
© Apr. 28, 1943; KK 20123. 

Atlas powder co., ^^mington, Del. 6738, 6739 

For chemicals and e]q>losives: 

If Aladdin were twins. © June 12, 1943; KK 
20262. 

Old Poker-face is losing caste. © July 10, 
1943; KK 20263. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 6740, 6741 
Bomber over target. For non-precious metal 

and artificial teeth. © June 23, 1943; KK 20260. 
Surgery is clean. For non-precious metal used 

for surgical and dental appliances. © July 28, 1943; 

KK 20259. 

Avon products, inc., New York. 6742 

Heroines of yesterday and today. For cosmetics. 
© June 20, 1943; KK 20125. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co., inc., Louisville. 6743 
Every puff of Fleetwood smoke cleans itself! 
For cigareUes. © June 18, 1943; KK 20169. 

Balfour (L. G.) co., AtUeboro, Mass. 6744-6749 
For class rings: 

Airacobra. © May 15, 1943; KK 20313. 
Bombardier. © May 15, 1943; KK 20312. 
Commando. © May 15, 1943; KK 20314. 
Lightning. © May 15, 1943; KK 20310. 
Spitfire. © May 15, 1943; KK 20315. 
Warhawk. © May 15, 1943; KK 20311. 

Barnes (W. F. b John) co., Rockford, HI. 6750 

Boring machine. For machine tools. © June 26, 
1943; KK 19966. 



Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 6751 

Stalingrad story. For aircraft. © July 1, 1943; 
KK 19969. 

Belle-Sharmeer div. Wayne knitting mills. See 
Wayne knitting mills. Belle-Sharmeer div. 

Bendix aviation corp., New York. 6752, 6753 

Convoyed by the invisible crew. For marine 

instruments & controls, precision Instruments. © 

Apr. 7, 1943; KK 19849. 

Weathermen ol the invisible crew. For me- 

teorogr^h, precision instruments. © May 5, 1943; 

KK 19850. 

Berkshire knitting mills, Reading, Pa. 6754 

Berkshire ballads. For stockings. © July 7, 
1943; KK 19964. 



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Best & CO., inc., New York. 6755-6761 

Best's exclusive C-1 wool gabardines. For 
dresses, jacket, suits & hats. <Q Aug. 1, 1943; KK 
20275. 

Best's summer hits for boys and girls. For 
girls' slacks, shirts, shorts, dress & playsuits; 
boys' slacks, shirts, overalls & suspender shorts. 
© June 27, 1943; KK 19913. 

City-summer indispensable, a good black dress. 
For dresses. © July 18, 1943; KK 19994. 

First 100,000 are the hardest. For baby clothes 
& furniture & layettes. © July 11, 1943; KK 19912. 

In demand Best's sununer hits. For dresses, 
shirts, slacks, bathing suit, raincoat, turban, um- 
brella & jumper. © June 27, 1943; KK 19914. 

Summer standby's. For dresses, coat, turban, 
imibrella, shirt & slacks. © July 11, 1943; KK 
19911. 

Your baby is more than a statistic at Best's 
famous Liliputian bazaar. For baby clothes and 
furniture. © July 25, 1943; KK 20088. 

Bird (S. L.) & sons, Detroit. 6762 

Society brand gaJsallte is 6 reasons cooler. For 
summersuits. © June 1, 1942; KK 19998. 

Bon Ami co.. New York. 6763-6765 

For -Bon Ami cleanser: 

Here I Here I You only need a little Bon Ami, 
etc. © June 18, 1943; KK 20172. 

I don't mind cleaning, etc. © July 20, 1943; 
KK 20170. 

I'm mighty glad now I've always used Bon 
Ami, etc. © June 30, 1943; KK 20171. 

Bonwit TeUer, inc.. New York. 6766 

Polly Tucker, '43. For women's apparel. ® 
July 11, 1943; KK 19867. 

Borden co., Houstcm, New York. 6767-6800 

Borden's raspberry frapp6. For frozen ice. © 
May 18, 1943; KK 19918. 

Dear lady, please don't rave at us. For con- 
densed milk. © June 17, 1943; KK 19890. 
For dairy products: 

But think what it's doing for your waistline, 
chuckled Elsie. © May 14, 1943; KK 19863. 

Cool thoughts on sxunmer eating, etc. © Jime 
9, 1943; KK 19865. 

Private life of a most particular cow! © July 
2, 1943; KK 20165. 

Sharp pointers for food shoppers. © Jime 2, 
1943; KK 19864. 

For evaporated milk: 

Better hurry home, I see a fair woman, etc. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 19852. 

Drop it sister! There's too much, etc. © 
June 11, 1943; KK 19854. 

Every time I turn my back around, etc. © June 
6, 1943; KK 19853: 

I warned you about using my Borden's. © 
June 23, 1943; KK 20162. 

We don't sell hose - nylon or silk. © June 
17, 1943; KK 19889. 
For fresh miUc 

I just pour off the cream for my coffee, etc. 
© Apr. 30, 1943; KK 19859. 

Less meat need not mean less protein. © 
June 15, 1943; KK 19862. 

Less meat on your table these days? © June 
8, 1943; KK 19861. 

See how easy cream pours from this modern- 
top! © May 7, 1943; KK 19860. 



For homogenized milk: 

First Americans were farmers. © July 3, 
1943; KK 20100. 

I'm glad our soldier boys are getting plenty 
of milk. © Apr. 14, 1943; KK 20101. 

107 years ago. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 20099. 
For milk: 

At the better stores, it's Borden's milk. © 
Apr. 16, 1942; KK 20270. 

Elsie says: Borden's milk will knock a 
home run for youl © May 10, 1943; KK 19857. 

Elsie says: Let Borden's be the bell-cow, 
etc. © Apr. 12, 1943; KK 19855. 

Elsie says: To catch good fish you use good 
bait. © May 24, 1943; KK 19858. 

Meat ration points running low? © June 29, 
1943; KK 20163. 

Ration book holding you down on meat? © 
July 6, 1943; KK 20166. 

U. S. needs us stroi^. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 
20268. 

For milk and cream: 

Today's special! Don't forget Borden's. © 
Mar. 17, 1943; KK 20161. 

W-A-V-E! says Elsie, at Borden's. © July 
15, 1943; KK 20168. 

For vitamin & mineral fortified drink: 

Did we hit the jackpot? © June 30, 1943; 
KK 20164. 

Drinking Hemo certainly keeps Beulah on 
her toes! © July 13, 1943; KK 20167. 

Elmer is courting me all over again. © June 
15, 1943: KK 19888. 

Here'^s the A, B, C of my D. For fluid milk. © 
June 17, 1943; KK 19866. 

Ice cold chocolate flavored drink. For choco- 
late flavored drink. © July 1, 1943; KK 20269. 

Let Borden's bring you in a winner. For milk 
and dairy products. © Apr. 26, 1943; KK 19856. 

Your grocer runs a defense plant, too. For 
fine dairy products. © Apr. 29, 1943; KK 20102. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 6801, 6802 
For worsted and woolen pi6ce goods: 

It's ready for every retailer. © Aug. 3, 
1943; KK 20276. 

It's the best known fabric label in America. 
© July 20, 1943; KK 20197. 

Boy scouts of America, New York. 6803 

Go camping! The trail to true adventure. For 
boy scout imiforms, shoes, camping equipment, etc. 
© June 2, 1943; KK 20203. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

6804 
There ought to be a medal, LA-3476. For 
oranges. © June 6, 1943; KK 19962. 

Camp (S. H.) & co., Jackson, A/fich. 6805 

10 commandments of good posture. For surgi- 
cal supports. © June 29, 1943; KK 20046. 

Celanese celluloid corp., New York. 6806 

When plane windows need impact strength. For 
plastic. © June 1, 1943; KK 20264. 

Chasers, inc.. New York. 6807-6810 

For candy breath deodorant: 

Even down here, you don't Uke a guy with 
alcotosis. © July 5, 1943; KK 20032. 

It happens every day! © June 5, 1943; KK 
20030. 



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6851 



Man what a wallop. © May 24, 1943; KK 
20029. 

What I couldn't tell some people about alco- 
tosisl © June 21, 1943; KK 20031. 

Chicago flexible shaft co. Stewart industrial fur- 
nace div., Chicago. 6811 
Pointers on keeping your industrial furnaces in 
AA-1 condition. For furnace replacement parts and 
refractory cement. © June 22, 1943; KK 20204. 

CitKi pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit, N. J. 

6812 
Medical heroes of the army and navy. Surgeon 
Ninian Pinkney. For pharmaceutical products. © 
June 17, 1943; KK 19677. 

Clark (Idargaret) New York. 6813 

Afghan style no. 110. For wool yam. © Feb. 3, 
1941; KK 20149. 

Club aluminum products co., Chicago. 6814 

Newl Works like magic! For aluminum clean- 
er. © June 19, 1943; KK 20056. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 6815, 6816 

For beer: 

Tip for back yard vacationers. © July 22, 
1943; KK 20288. 

Town's most pc^ular cooling system. © Aug. 
4, 1943; KK 20287. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 6817-6827 

For soft drink: 

Coke - Coca-cola. Sprite and bottle. © July 
1, 1943; KK 20070. 

Have a Coca -cola - cheerio, mate. © July 
22, 1943; KK 20277. 

Ebive a Coca-cola - howdy, neighbor, 'roimd 
the world. © July 13, 1943; KK 20135. 

Have a Coca-cola - saludos, amiga. Greet- 
ii«s friend. © July 8, 1943; KK 20199. 

Have a Coca-cola - saludos, amiga. Greet- 
li«s, friend. © July 15, 1943; KK 20069. 

Have a coke I Come, be blessed and be happy. 
© July 20, 1943; KK 20198. 

Have a coke - dinkum cobber. Howdy, pal. 
© July 15, 1943; KK 20136. 

Have a coke - welcome, friends. © July 6, 
1943; KK 20137. 

Hospitality in a victory garden. Victory gar- 
den. © June 30, 1943; KK 20071. 

Rest -pause that refreshes. Girl with tool 
box. © June 1, 1943; KK 20068. 

Rest-pause that refreshes. Stoker. © July 
1, 1943; KK 19896. 

Conservator products co., Philadelphia. 6828 

Conservator Instruction card. For heater. © 
July 9, 1943; KK 19900. 

Continental steel corp., Kokomo, Ind. 6829 

What about their 1 1/3 tons (rf steel? For steel 
products. © July 13, 1943; KK 19903. 

Corsan products, Inc., New York. 6830 

New! Venoka tasty-rich flavor discovery. For 
fUvorli« extract. © July 8, 1943; KK 20321. 

Coty, Inc., New Yoiic. 6831-6833 

For cosmetics: 

New Coty summer shades. © July 20, 1943; 
KK 20022. 



Simple life In beauty care. © Aug. 6, 1943; 
KK 20322. 

L'Aimant the magnet. For perfume. © Aug. 4, 
1943; KK 20206. 

Cutler -Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 6834, 6835 

For electrical control: 

Boon to American Industry. © July 19, 1943; 
KK 20303. 

To all users of motor ccmtrol, how to buy for 
today. © July 7, 1943; KK 19902. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York. 6836 

'Just In time for hot weather selling, 642. For 
deodorant cream. © July 3, 1942; KK 20104. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 6837 

St. John's cathedral, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For 
sanctuary church furnishings. © July 19, 1943; KK 
20265. 

Davles (Wayne) Chicago. 6838 

Operating analysis for specifying Davles double 
U packings. For packings. © Feb. 20, 1942; KK 
20049. 

Day-brlte lighting. Inc., St. Louis. 6839 

Advanced data sheet no. 520. For fixtures for 
fluorescent lamps. © July 16, 1943; KK 20131. 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, Inc., PhoenlxvlUe, Pa. 

6840-6844 
For abrasive: 

Green hands from schools couldn't bum 
tools. © July 1, 1943; KK 20271. 

Green hands from training schools couldn't 
burn tools. © July 1, 1943; KK 20279. 

Representaclones. © Jime 15, 1943; KK 
20272. 

For grinding wheels: 

Lighter on the spindle, easier on power. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20280. 

More production, better finish, rejects elim- 
inated - grinding airplane cylinder valve seats. 
© June 10, 1943; KK 19996. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 6845-6847 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © July 26, 1943; KK 20188. 

Send for this free folder. © Aug. 7, 1943; 
KK 20306. 

Young man looks at war and stamps. © July 
26, 1943; KK 20187. 

Distillation products. Inc., Rochester, N. Y. 6848 
To the high priest of high vacuum. For oil- 
soluble vitamins. © May 28, 1943; KK 20216. 

Dr. Rlnehart's handy hog holder co., Galesburg, 
111. 6849 

Here's the answer for handling your hogs, quick- 
ly, easily. For hog holders. © June 21, 1943; KK 
19886. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 6850, 6851 

Now, as you read this, sewer germs are breed- 
ing In your drains! For powder for cleaning pipes 
and drains. © May 18, 1943; KK 20019. 

Sergeant Sam, who was tough as an old rusty 
nail, etc. For fluid to clean windows. © May 18, 
1943; KK 20020. 



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Endicott Johnson corp., Endlcott, N. Y. 6852-6856 

For shoes: 

Shoe stamp no. 17 worthless after June 15th. 
© June 10, 1943; KK 19919. 

You don't have to pay more for your shoes, 
buy Endicott Johnson shoes, put your savings Into 
war bonds. © May 28, 1943; KK 19922. 

You don't have to pay more for your shoes. For 
men's shoes. © May 13, 1943; KK 19923. 

You don't have to pay more for your shoes. For 
men's white shoes. © June 24, 1943; KK 1»920. 

You don't have to pay more for your shoes, 
$3.49. For women's shoes. © June 17, 1943; KK 
19921. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 6857-6865 

For gasoline: 

Wliat's in a name? Edgar, etc. © June 4, 
1943; KK 20246. 

What's in a name? Felix, etc. © Apr. 5, 
1943; KK 20243. 

What's in a name? Ferdinand, etc. © July 

13, 1943; KK 20251. 

What's in a name? Franklin, etc. © July 

14, 1943; KK 20253. 

What's in a name? Georgia, etc. ©June 16, 
1943; KK 20248. 

What's in a name? Penelqpe, etc. © Aug 
1, 1943; KK 20255. 

What's in a name? Tommy, etc. © May 18, 
1943; KK 20245. 

What's in a name? Vivian, etc. © July 16, 
1943; KK 20252. 

What's in a name? Wendell, etc. © Aug. 1, 
1943; KK 20254. 

Eutectic welding alloys co.. New York. 6866 

Improved method for welding cast-iron. For al- 
loys and welding rods. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 20027. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 6867 

Oh-ohl Here come the $64 questions! For pen 
and pencil set. © June 7, 1943; KK 19995. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 6868 

Fairbanks -Morse. Figure 6920G turbine pimips. 
For gasoline turbine pumps. © July 5, 1943; KK 
20036. 

Feature games, Dubuque, la. 6869 

Help speed victory! For toy. © June 29, 1943; 
KK 19908. 

Firth-Sterling steel co., McKeesport, Pa. 6870 

Circle C super high speed steel. For steel dies, 
etc. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 20045. 



Fox (I. J.) inc.. New York. 
Confidence. For furs. 
20147. 



6871 
© June 27, 1943; KK 



G & W electric specialty co., Chicago. 6872 

Data sheet no. 43-5. For potheads with conduit 
coupling. © July 1, 1943; KK 20010. 

Gallant (Basil T.), d. b. a. Lacto-yagourt milk pro- 
ducts CO., New York, 6873 
Lacto-yagourt. For cultured milk. © June 23, 

1943; KK 19970. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 6874, 6875 
Shucks! With all these good A-C electrodes 
every welding job is easy, 672-57. For welders and 
electrodes. © July 1, 1943; KK 20059. 



They're building tanks faster with a-c welding. 
For arc welding electrodes. © June 1, 1943; KK 
20154. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 6876-6906 

For cereal: 

Andy Devine thinks cheerloats are fine! © 
May 2, 1943; KK 20211. 

Are husbands human? © May 29, 1943; KK 
20215. 

Breakfast of champions - tenth anniversary. 
© June 20, 1943; KK 20226. 

Do you breakfast alone? © July 17, 1943; KK 
20237. 

Funny f otos give you the real dope on these 
new malt-sweet puffed flakes. © July 13, 1943; 
KK 20236. 

I call this the taste -thrill way to start the 
day! © June 30, 1943; KK 20230. 

Krazy movie. © June 1, 1943; KK 20218. 

Leo Carrillo gives Cheeri O'Leary a thrillo. 
© June 6, 1943; KK 20208. 

Prc^ram for America. © July 3, 1943; KK 
20233. 

Silly snaps tell the story of these new malt- 
sweet puffed flakes! © June 15, 1943; KK 20223. 

6 wartime meat tricks for siunmer meals. 
© June 18, 1943; KK 20225. 

So you're a fugitive from a stethoscope! © 
June 20, 1943; KK 20227. 

Suppose a paratrooper dropped in for lunch. 
© June 29, 1943; KK 20229. 

They say you took Hollywood by storm! © 
July 4, 1943; KK 20234. 

Too much whoosh today? © July 18, 1943; 
KK 20238. 

Wacky-pix of your reaction to these new 
malt-sweet puffed flakes. © June 29, 1943; KK 
20228. 

Well begun. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 20210. 

You sure hit a homer on your third try. © 
July 18, 1943; KK 20239. 

You'll like it - it's corn in crispy, tempting 
puffed-flakes! © May 2, 1943; KK 20212. 
For feeds: 

Larro breeder mash. © May 29, 1943; KK 
20217. 

Larro merchandiser. © June 4, 1943; KK 
20219. 

For flour: 

Betty Crocker suggests: Raspberry short- 
cake. © June 18, 1943; KK 20224. 

Everybody's talking! © May 8, 1943; KK 
20213. 

Never before such an easy way to mix a 
cake! © June 5, 1943; KK 20220. 

Nut and fruit loaves. © June 13, 1943; KK 
20222. 

Sensational new softasilk method. © Apr. 
25, 1943; KK 20209. 
For flour & cereal: 

Advice to breakfast widows. © Jime 6, 1943; 
KK 20221. 

Back of the flour - is the wheat and the show- 
er. © July 1, 1943; KK 20231. 

Glamour in jig time! © May 9, 1943; KK 
20214. 

Nature's infinite variety - and the food man- 
ufacturer. © July 1, 1943; KK 20232. 



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150 steps from field to kitchen. © July 8, 
1943; KK 20235. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 6907 
He serves best who serves Glenmore. For 
whiskey. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 20317. 

Gottfurcht (Fred), d. b. a. Lords jewelers, De- 
troit. 6908 
Martial awe. For service rings. © July 15, 

1943; KK 20194. 

Gottscho (Adolph) inc., New York. 6909 

Automatically marks objects of all shapes 

rolarprinter. For marking machine. © July 19, 
1943; KK 20304. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York, 6910 

Quickly - a lovely softener for your summer- 
dried skin. For cosmetics. © July 27, 1943; KK 
20126. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 6911 

London salutes another Gruen first. For watches. 
© June 29, 1943; KK 20296. 

Hall (T. B.), d. b. a. Hall mfg. co., Los Angeles. 

6912 
Hall collet chucks [and collets] For collet chucks 
and collets. © July 14, 1943; KK 20281. 

Hall mfg. CO. See Hall (T. B.), d. b. a. Hall mfg. 

CO. 

Hamilton watch co., Lancaster, Pa. 6913, 6914 

For watches: 

Just before the battle he puts the time to 
bed! © May 7, 1943; KK 20249. 

Longest minute in Jimmy's life. © July 9, 
1943; KK 20250. 

Handy & Harman, New York. _ 6915 

Instructions for torch brazing with sil-fos - 

easy flo. For solders. © July 12, 1943; KK 20079. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 6916-6919 

For ale: 

Don't tie us up. © July 20, 1943; KK 20283. 

I keep 'em flying! © June 9, 1943; KK 19915. 

Thar s gold in them thar hills. © July 13, 
1943; KK 19905. 

Trying situation. © July 7, 1943; KK 19906. 

Harris -Seybo Id-Potter co., Cleveland. 6920 

Harris impressions, vol. 3, no. 6, June, 1943. 
For lithographic supplies. © July 8, 1943; KK 
20000. 

Heatbath Corp., Springfield, Mass. 6921, 6922 

Kwik blak one-tank bath. For black oxide finish 

for steel. © May 28, 1943; KK 20278. 

PX for blackening stainless steel. For black 

finish for stainless irons & steels. © May 11- 

1943; KK 20282. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

6923-6925 
For chemicals: 

New light goes on. © Ai:«. 6, 1943; KK 20300. 
Sky-eyes of the artillery. © July 10, 1943; 
KK 20024. 

This tape was no accident. © July 8, 1943; 
KK 20025. 



Heyden chemical Corp., New York. 6926 

Positive repellent [of] birds, moles, rodents, 
rabbits. For repellent in powder form. © July 
21, 1943; KK 20274. 

Hub, Wheeling, W. Va. 6927 

Look like a cool million. For men's and wo- 
men's summer suits and dresses, handbags and 
flower hair ornaments. © July 9, 1943; KK 20181. 

Indium corp. of America, New York. 6928 

Gold-indium alloys. For alloying metal. © 
June 4, 1943; KK 19848. 

Lidustrial tape corp.. New Brunswick, N. J. 6929 
Army - navy scrapbook. For tapes. © July 10, 
1943; KK 20305. 

J-B-T instruments, inc., New Haven. 6930 

Frequency at a glance, simply read the reed. 
For vibrating reed frequency meters. © July 10, 
1943; KK 20090. 

J. F. D. mfg. CO., Brooklyn. 6931, 6932 

Adapter harnesses. For adapter harnesses. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20078. 

Resistance cord replacement adapters. For re- 
sistance cord replacement adapters. © July 20, 
1943; KK 20077. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc.,. Racine, Wis. 6933 

Molly McGee speaking - about the war I For 
wax. © June 27, 1943; KK 20132. 

Johnson & Jotmson, New Brunswick, N. J. 6934 

Tomorrow's suture today. For sutures. © 
June 1, 1943; KK 20012. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 6935 

New production team delivers the guns for vic- 
tory. For steel. © July 22, 1943; KK 20091. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 6936-6939 

For rice cereal: 

Clicks with today's food needs I © June 30, 
1943; KK 20105. 

Ready and right for wartime meals I © June 
2, 1943; KK 20106. 

Right on the beam for wartime eating I © May 
14, 1943; KK 20108. 

Made to order for wartime meal planning. For 
cereal. © May 21, 1943; KK 20107. 

Koch (Louis) St. Louis. 6940 

World series. Orphan boy smoking tobacco. 
For tobacco. © Sept. 23, 1942; KK 19887. 

Kops bros., inc.. New York. 6941 

Nemo line for fall, 1943. For foundation gar- 
ments. © June 8, 1943; KK 19967. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 6942-6944 

For salad dressing - cheese: 

Salads are mighty nutritious - hearty main 
dish. © May 28, 1943; KK 20092. 

Salads are mighty nutritious - wise use of 
nutritious Velveeta. © June 9, 1943; KK 20093. 

Watch 'em go for nutritious salads - point 
thrifty! © June 30, 1943; KK 20094. 

Lacto-yagourt milk products co. See Gallant 
(Basil T.), d. b. a Lacto-yagourt milk products 

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Lehn 6 Fink products Corp., Bloomfleld, N. J. 

6945-6954 
Creamy glove - new protective hand cream. 
For hand cream. © July 22, 1943; KK 20124. 
For cosmetics: 

He lost his heart to a pair of rosy lips. £) 
Aug. 6, 1943; KK 20273. 

It's Tussy for that young, young lookl © Jiily 
26, 1943; KK 20256. 

Special savings on this fine night cream. © 
Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20258. 

Tussy safari cleansing cream, half price. 
© Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20257. 
For disinfectant: 

Free I With every lysol purchase. © June 
16, 1943; KK 20175. 

Mother, your war against germs isn't noake- 
believe. © July 17, 1943; KK 20284. 

You'd think there was a love shortage 1 © 
July 13, 1943; KK 20139. 

How long should it take to say good-night? For 
deodorant cream. © July 30, 1943; KK 20190. 

Prescribed with unusual confidence. For anti- 
septic )eUy. © July 1, 1943; KK 20267. 

Levor (G.) & co., inc., New York. 6955 

Right start in shoes. For white kidskin. © 
July 14, 1943; KK 19875. 

Levy (Chas. H.) co., inc., New Orleans. 6956, 6957 
For ties: 

Crushproof imported English Ascot ties. © 
July 1, 1942; KK 20195. 

Keiser barathea ties. © June 11, 1943; KK 
19901. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 6958, 6959 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! says 

Sonia Gover, Miss Rheingold, 1943. © Mayl, 1943; 
KK 19871. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer I says 

Sonia Gover, Miss Rheingold, 1943. © June 12, 
1943; KK 20013. 

Liggett % Myers tobacco co., New York. 6960-6967 
For cigarettes: 

Elks give them what they want. © Jime 18, 
1943; KK 19885. 

For you and your buddies overseas. © July 
7, 1943; KK 20066. 

Good luck with Chesterfield's compliments. 
© June 30, 1943; KK 20065. 

It's Chesterfield for mildness and taste. Sub- 
marine. © July 5, 1943; KK 19845. 

It's our treat every week. © July 14, 1943; 
KK 20067. 

Million Chesterfields go free every week to 
the boys overseas. © June 16, 1943; KK 20063. 

Victory smokes for the boys over there. © 
June 23, 1943; KK 20064. 

With best Chesterfield wishes. © July 21, 
1943; KK 20130. 

Lindberg engineering co., Chicago. 6968 

Lindberg laboratory furnaces price list, July, 
1943. For laboratory furnaces. © July 27, 1943; 
KK 20179. 

Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp. Bur- 
bank, Calif. 6969 

Jap-hunting without a gun, LA -207 -M. For air- 
craft. © June 1, 1943; KK 19881. 



Lords jewelers. See Gottfurcht (Fred), d. b. a. 
Lords jewelers. 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 6970 

Dura -gloss picks you up. For nail polish. © 
June 25, 1943; KK 20286. 

Lowe 0oe) corp.. New York. 6971 

Keep cool with delicious popsicle. Work for 

victory. For frozen confections on a stick. © Apr. 

10, 1943; KK 20035. 

McGraw electric co., El^n, 111. 6972 

Sold to this lady for $5000 in war bonds! For 
automatic electric toasters. © June 18, 1943; KK 
20196. 

Mannings, inc., San Francisco. 6973 

Don t forget Manning's fresh every day coffee. 
For coffee. © June 24, 1943; KK 19874. 

Mas (George N.) Washingtcm. 6974 

X. O. fibrous caps. For fibrous caps. © July 
28, 1943; KK 20285. 

Master surgical instrument corp., Irvington, N. J. 

6975 
Esta marca de fabrica. For surgical instru- 
ments. © June 20, 1943; KK 20266. 

Miller table pad & Venetian blind mfg. co., inc., 
Brooklyn. 6976 

Authorized dealer table pads. For table pads. 

© Jan. 29, 1941; KK 19992. 

Milprint, inc., Milwaukee. 6977-6979 

For cottage cheese simdae: 

It's dee-licious. © June 11, 1943; KK 19882. 
New-tritious, delicious vic-sun^. © June 

11, 1943; KK 19883. 

Today's special. © June 11, 1943; KK 19884. 

Mono service Co., Newark, N. J. 6980 

Mono kleen kups. For paper cups. © J\me 28, 
1943; KK 19916. 

National aeroniautics council, inc., New York. 

6981, 6982 
For book: 

Aircraft spotters' handbook. ©June 15, 1943; 
KK 20033. 

Friend or foe? © June 13, 1943; KK 20034. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 6983 

Flame, the arc, and you. For cutting and weld- 
ing machines. © June 8, 1943; KK 20001. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

6984, 6985 

What you get out of selling vitex vitamin D milk. 
For vitamin D milk. © July 27, 1943; KK 20152. 

Why all the fuss about drums? For industrial 
oils. © July 23, 1943; KK 20129. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 6986, 6987 
For toilet tissue: 

Northern's gentleness assures those gentle 
little deers of yours. © May 28, 1943; KK 20018. 

Some fawn. © June 1, 1943; KK 20017. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 6988, 6989 

For silverware: 

Right to love and marry and rear children in 
security and peace. © June 11, 1943; KK 20247. 



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These are the things we are fighting for. © 
May 7, 1943; KK 20244. 

Orange-crush co., Chicago. 6990 

Rush, rush for Orange-crush. For carbonated 
be/trage. © Feb. 23, 1943; KK 19997. 

Overhead door Corp., Hartford City, Ind. 6991 

Widely used in war production! For garage 
doors. © July 1, 1943; KK 19868. 

i>abst brewing co., Milwaukee. 6992-7005 

Faced with climbing expenses? For desizing 
agent. © May 12, 1943; KK 20047. 
For beer: 

Bartender Edgar is beaming with cheer. © 
Apr. 15, 1943; KK 19982. 

Blue Ribbon house. © Apr. 5, 1943; KK 
19980. 

Folks say that Ed's lucky. © Jime 15, 1943; 
KK 19991. 

I'm Mabel, I'm able to serve a big table. © 
Apr. 3, 1943; KK 20148. 

Just look at Gus now. © May 15, 1943; KK 
19986. 

Pabst sure rates A-1 in this draft. © May 
10, 1943; KK 19985. 

Says Ben, all the men shout, swell 1 © June 
5, 1943; KK 19990. 

Says Gwen, when the men taste Blue Ribbon, 
then they like its full flavor. © June 5, 1943; KK 
19989. 

Start drawing more Pabst. © Apr. 12, 1943; 
KK 19981. 

To tickle the taste. © May 5, 1943; KK 
19984. 

Valuable asset. © May 5, 1943; KK 19983. 

We ought to run a pipeline to the Pabst brew- 
ery. © May 24, 1943; KK 19987. 

Whoever says Mazie is lazy is crazy. © 
May 31, 1943; KK 19988. 

Paragron art & linen co., inc.. New York. 7006 

For Paragon needlecrafters everywhere. For 
embroidery and crochet cottons, bundling wool, 
wardrobe conserver. © June 8, 1943; KK 20308. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 7007-7012 

For ink: 

At last! What you've always wanted - a per- 
manent record ink. © June 1, 1943; KK 20111. 

Gosh - on the fritz again! © June 15, 1943; 
KK 20113. 

Here's laboratory proof. © May 25, 1943; 
KK 20110. 

Look, chief, my pen quit on me. © Apr. 16, 
1943; KK 20112. 

Pens that fail now may never be replaced or 
repaired. © Apr. 28, 1943; KK 20109. 

Those we can produce have a wartime destiny. 
For a fountain pen. © June 17, 1943; KK 20114. 

Pegler (Carlton J.) & son. Sierra Madra, Calif. 

7013 
Ev-a-green dichondra repens. For lawn grass. 
© May 10, 1940; KK 19846. 

People's outfitting co., Detroit. 7014 

Annoimcing People's priority club for preferred 
customers. For household equipment. © June 6, 
1943; KK 20048. 



Personal products, inc., Milltown, N. J. 7015 

Hints to help you write a winner! For sanitary 
napkins. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 20021. 

Phillips (Charles H.) & co., inc., RichmoAd. 7016 
Four wise monkeys, [an] omen of good luck. 
For novelty statuary. © Feb. 1, 1940; KK 20289. 

Potts (Horace T.) co., Philadelphia. 7017 

Machinery steel selector, wartime edition. 

Ready-for-use physicals. For steel. © June 14, 
1943; KK 19870. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 7018, 7019 

For adhesive mending tape: 

See how Press -on is building new business 
for you. © June 25, 1943; KK 19869. 

See how Press-on is building new business 
for you. © June 30, 1943; KK 19907. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 7020-7026 

For cottonseed oil: 

Griddle cakes. © Mar. 23, 1943; KK 20290. 

Tomato and avocado salad bowl. © Apr. 10, 
1943; KK 20291. 

For liquid dentifrice: 

Get going with the trend in dentifrice sales. 
© Nov. 16, 1942; KK 20060. 

Kiss beauty goodbye - unless you stop. © 
Aug. 24, 1942; KK 19893. 

Now watch sales jump! © July 13, 1942; KK 
19894. 

Teel adds that extra step! © Sept. 1, 1942; 
KK 20062. 

Why risk good looks and teeth. © Oct. 16, 
1942; KK 20061. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., Chicago. 7027 

Help save more oil, do the job right! For pis- 
ton rings. © July 8, 1943; KK 20076. 

Real silk hosiery mills, inc., Indianapolis. 

7028, 7029 
For wearing apparel: 

Realsilk's shop-at-home service. © Aug. 1, 
1942; KK 20057. 

You'll want it now, wear it for seasons. © 
Aug. 28, 1942; KK 20058. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston Salem, N. C. 

7030 
Camel no. E48 - The sailor's smoke. For cig- 
arettes. © June 30, 1943; KK 20189. 

Roma wine co., Fresno, Calif. 7031, 7032 

For wine: 

Roma wines. © June 22, 1943; KK 20294. 
Roma wines. © June 29, 1943; KK 20295. 

Rosman (Maurice J.), d. b. a. Rosman associates, 
Chicago. 7033 

I'll betcha you'll be interested, etc. For mats. 

© July 16, 1943; KK 20177. 

Rosman associates. See Rosman (Maurice J.), 
d. b. a. Rosman associates. 



Royal typewriter CO., inc.. New York. 7034, 7035 
For typewriter ribbons & carbon paper: 

All I'm askin' ye is, why are ye needin' a 
shotgun? © June 2, 1943; KK 20015. 



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Signals say: Roytype carbon paper selling 
so fast they're taking on extra dealers! © Jiine 1, 
1943; KK 20016. 

Riqjpert (Jacob) brewery, New York. 7036-7038 

For beer: 

What makes Ruppert taste just right? Organ 
grinder. © Aug. 27, 1942; KK 20008. 

What makes Ruppert taste just right? Pianist. 
© Aug. 13, 1942; KK 20007. 

What makes Ruppert taste just right? Re- 
volving door. © Aug. 6, 1942; KK 20006. 

Schenley import corp., New York. 7039, 7040 

For distii^uished service to your country, buy 
U. S. war bonds. In mapping out your social strat- 
egy, etc. For Scotch whiskey. © July 26, 1943; 
KK 20138. 

Nothing takes the place of Bacardi. For rum. 
© July 1, 1943; KK 20037. 

Scholfield service, inc., New York. 7041 

Wheeldex the carrt-record method that saves a 
minimum of 25%, etc. For card record. © July 
15, 1943; KK 20242. 

Seagram-distillers corp.. New York. 7042 

When men see eye to eye. For whiskey. © May 
1, 1942; KK 19976. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 7043 

Every one of us can help him fightl For piston 
rings. © July 16, 1943; KK 20075. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 7044^:7052 

For shoes: 

And howl Mr. Shakespeare. © July 29, 1943; 
KK 20144. 

Elegant siny)licity. © June 25, 1943; KK 
20146. 

First buy war bonds, then buy styl-eez. © 
May 29, 1943; KK 20042. 

My shoe covqpon too? © May 20, 1943; KK 
20041. 

Physical culture shoes. © June 29, 1943; KK 
20145. 

Shoe leather is precious, © May 18, 1943; 
KK 20038. 

For women's shoes: 

Elegant sinyjlicity. © May 27, 1943; KK 
20039. 

My shoe coi?)on too? © May 28, 1943; KK 
20040. 

They're easy goers. © May 29, 1943; KK 
20043. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 7053, 7054 

For soft drink: 

Our fresh up. © July 1, 1943; KK 19891. 
Our fresh vp. © July 15, 1943; KK 19993. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co., Fort Madison, la. 7055 

Reminder: The pen for summer pockets, etc. 

For writing equipment. © July 23, 1943; KK 20121. 

Sherolite products. New York. 7056 

Sherolite ignition seal. For ignition seal. © 
Nov. 18, 1942; KK 20302. 

Simonds saw & steel co., Fitchburg, Mass. 7057 
Wartime techniques in power hacksawing im- 
prove production and yield more machine -hours. 
For hack saw blades. © July 9, 1943; KK 20023. 



Simplex hose mender co., Chicago. 7058 

Simplex hose mender. For mender for hose. © 
June 1, 1943; KK 20324. 

Singer sewing machine co.. New York. 7059 

Conselhos de costura deste mes. For sewing 
machines, parts and supplies. © July 15, 1943; KK 
20298. 

Sisalkraft co., Chicago. 7060 

How to build dependable protable Sisalkraft 
silos. For silo paper. © July 8, 1943; KK 20072. 

Stanco, inc.. New York. 7061 

Cyclist: Why Miss Amy you look so much bet- 
ter. For mineral oil. © June 3, 1943; KK 20103. 

Standard oil co. (Indiana) Chicago. 7062-7066 

For iso-vis motor oil: 

Protection where it counts, 9277. Little girl. 
© Aug. 13, 1940; KK 20081. 

Protection where it counts, 9279. Little boy. 
© Sept. 10, 1940; KK 20083. 

How to solve new cutting oil problems in your 
retooling - faster. For cutting oil. © Aug. 4, 
1942; KK 20205. 

Ideal for access roads, 2767. For Standard oil 
asphalt. © Apr. 9, 1942; KK 19917. 

Power-in-the-pinches, 9278. For red crown 
gasoline. © Aug. 27, 1940; KK 20082. 

Stewart industrial furnace div. Chicago flexible 
shaft CO. See Chicago flexible shaft co., Stew- 
art Industrial furnace div. 

Stromberg-Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 7067 

I had a dream in Africa last night. For radio, 
telephones, sound systems. © June 23, 1943; KK 
20297. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 7068 

More and more flying fortresses are powered 
by Studebaker -built cyclone engines. For airplane 
engine and military trucks. © July 9, 1943; KK 
19968. 

Thermo-rock insulation co.. Cedar Rapids, la. 

7069 
Put your home in the comfort zone. For insu- 
lation material. © May 20, 1943; KK 20307. 

Todd combustion equipment, inc.. New York. 7070 
Mechanical pressure atomizing fuel oil burner 
vee cee type, variable capacity. For gas and oil 
burners, pumping and straining equipment © Apr. 
29, 1943; KK 19847. 

Turbanwav, inc.. New York. 7071 

New mira-curl directions. For permanent wave 
solutions. © July 1, 1943; KK 20128. 

Union oil co. of California, Los Angeles. 7072, 7073 
Hot motor is a gas glutton, LA-3629. For union 

radiator flush and imion stop-rust. © June 30, 

1943; KK 19965. 

Uncle Sam says, care for your car, LA-3650. 

For seat covers. © July 4, 1943; KK 20002. 

Universal paoer products co., Chicago. 7074-7097 
For paper drinking cups and dispensers: 

Are germs tougher than Spaniards? © May 
6, 1943; KK 19935. 



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7122 



At this point, gentlemen. © May 6, 1943; KK 
19932. 

Better make that two cartons of Universal 
paper cups. © May 6, 1943; KK 19934. 

Boil your water - said Aristotle. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19944. 

Day Napoleon had a cold. © May 6, 1943; 
KK 19938. 

Deadlier than bullets. © Mav 6, 1943; KK 
19939. 

He says he only gets a drink every seven 
days. © May 6, 1943; KK 19933. 

I'll never forget the risks. © May 6, 1943; 
KK 19926. 

It's either the victory sign or he wants a 
drink from a veecup. © May 6, 1943; KK 19945. 

Japs had help at BataanI © May 6, 1943; KK 
19973. 

Lady with the lamp. © May 6, 1943; KK 
19942. 

Mosquitoes carried the deadliest bullets. © 
May 6, 1943; KK 19936. 

Nix, Ed, drinking out of a dirty glass is dan- 
gerous. © May 6, 1943; KK 19929. 

One camp killed germs, the other ate them. 
© May 6, 1943; KK 19941. 

Pericles had a Maginot line, too. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19937. 

Rommel tried it, Napoleon made it. © May 
6, 1943; KK 19940. 

Salesman with a sore throat came in yester- 
day. © May 6, 1943; KK 19931. 

3 fine cups to choose from. © May 6, 1943; 
KK 19924. 

War and epidemics - often partners. © May 
6, 1943; KK 19943. 

Well you wouldn't want her to take a chance, 
etc. © May 6, 1943; KK 19925. 

When I saw the predicament I was in. © May 
6, 1943; KK 19927. 

Why Austria waited. © May 6, 1943; KK 
19974. 

Wouldn't it be a lot simpler. © May 6, 1943; 
KK 19928. 

You go back and tell the boss we want paper 
cups. C May 6, 1943; KK 19930. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 7098 

She's no movie star. For eye-glasses. © July 
23, 1943; KK 20320. 

Vega aircraft corp. Lockheed aircraft corp. See 
Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp. 

Wayne knitting mills. Belle-Sharmeer div.. Fort 
Wayne. 7099 

What every gal should do about stockings. For 

women's stockings. © July 27, 1942; KK 19880. 

Weber (Jack), d. b. a. Jack Weber co., Los Angeles. 

7100 

Trusses and belts that fit and are comfortable. 

For surgical appliances. © June 1, 1943; KK 19971. 

Weber (Jack) co. See Weber (Jack), d. b. a. Jack 
Weber co. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 7101-7107 

Be even lovelier to look at. For liquid denti- 
frice. © June 4, 1943; KK 20115. 



For a tooth brush: 

Something we all must do, keep healthy, keep 
working! © June 9, 1943; KK 20143. 

War is teaching the need for better health! 
© May 15,^ 1943; KK 20140. 

What's more important than a toothbrush? 
© June 4, 1943^ KK 20141. 

You can t do without one, be sure yours is 
the best. © July 1, 1943; KK 20116. 

You can't do without one, be sure yours is 
the best! Ask your dentist which is the best tooth- 
brush. © July 1, 1943; KK 20117. 

Your American duty - to keep well. © May 
19, 1943; KK 20142. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 7108, 7109 

For neckties: 

For fall, 1943. © July 1, 1943; KK 20200. 

Story of the Declaration of Independence. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20201. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div.. New Haven. 7110-7113 

For flashlight batteries: 

Insuring your post-war Winchester battery 
sales. © June 1, 1943; KK 20319. 

Winchester batteries assure light, bullet-fast. 
Fireflies. © July 25, 1943; KK 20133. 

Winchester batteries assure quick modern 
light. © June 14, 1943; KK 20318. 

Only Winchester radiator tubes can live such a 
double life. For radiator core tubes. © July 25, 
1943; KK 20134. 

Weston electrical instrument Corp., Newark, N. J. 

7114 
Weston dial, vol.4, no. 2. For e:q)osure meters. 
© Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20301. 

Weyerhaeuser sales co., St. Paul. 7115-7118 

For lumber: 

Engineering in lumber promises a greater 
future for wood. © May 1, 1943; KK 19977. 

Engineering in lumber promises a greater 
future for wood. © May 10, 1943; KK 19979. 

Save nails! Save lumber! Save labor! Build 
faster! With 4-square endless lumber. © July 1, 
1942; KK 19961. 

War need not exhaust the forests for timber 
is a crop. © June 1, 1943; KK 19978. 

Wickwire Spencer Steel co.. New York. 7119, 7120 
Next! For metal conveyor belts. © July 27, 

1943; KK 20089. 

Wire cloth wallop. For wire cloth. © July 15, 

1943; KK 20026. 

Wilbur & Williams co., Boston. 7121 

These Wilbur & Williams penetrating protective 
paints. For special protective paints. © Jime 18, 
1943; KK 19876. 

Williams (J. H.) & co., Buffalo. 7122 

How and why Williams' tools aid war production. 
For drop -forgings and drop-forged tools. © Aug. 
1, 1943; KK 20309. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Winches- 
ter repeatii^ arms co. div. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



2589 



159 



LABELS 



American drug exchange, Brooklyn. 7123 

Idillo borincano. For perfumed rubbing com- 
pound. © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20299. 

Artfield creations. See Blake (Irene) cosmet- 
ics, inc., d. b. a. Artfield creations. 

Besch (Joe) & associates, Harrisburg, Pa. 7124 
Baker's good habits wheat bread. For bread. 
© July 15, 1943; KK 19963. 

Better packages, inc., Shelton, Conn. 7125 

Seal with counterboy, better -pac sealing-tape 
machines. Chain design. For gummed sealing tape 
for use as a closure method on packed cartons of 
merchandise. © July 9, 1943; KK 19872. 

Bird & son., inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 7126 

Childcraft little teacher. For shoe box label. 
© July 27, 1943; KK 20207. 

Blake (Irene) cosmetics, inc., d. b. a. Artfield 

creations. New York. 7127-7130 

For shaving lotion: 

Point! Shaving lotion. Deer. © Sept. 1, 1942; 
KK 20085. 

Point! Shaving lotion. Dog. © Sept. 1, 1942; 
KK 20087. 

Point! After shave powder. For after-shave 
powder. © Sept. 1, 1942; KK 20086. 

Point! Men's cologne. For men's cologne. © 
Sept. 1, 1942; KK 20084. 

Brewery management corp.. New York. 7131, 7132 
Loewer's premium cream ale. For ale. © 

July 16, 1943; KK 20193. 

Premium Loewer's pilsener style beer. For 

beer. © July 16, 1943; KK 20192. 

Cooper (Nathaniel F.), d. b. a. Liebert & Obert, 

Philadelphia. 7133 

Namar. For premium beer. © Jan. 19, 1943; 

KK 20009. 



Curtis (David) New York. 7134 

Ray-tan, para-amino benzoic acid-acetyl sali- 
cylate. For sun burn preventative. © July 19, 
1943; KK 20174. 

Davis (Meyer) Chicago. 7135 

Crystalux. For crystalline washing & cleaning 
compound. © July 22, 1943; KK 20182. 

Dillinger distilleries, inc., Philadelphia. 7136 

Rum Granada. For rum. © June 24, 1943; KK 
20127. 

Erikson co., Atlanta. 7137 

Victory ticking. For mattress ticking, woven 
cotton goods. © June 25, 1943; KK 19895. 

Fowler (Carl A.) Wichita. 7138 

Life of your linoleum depends on the cleaner. 
For cleaner for linoleum & painted surfaces. © 
May 8, 1943; KK 20080. 



Gallowhur (George), d. b. a. Reading farms, Read- 
ing, Vt. 7139 
Reading farms. For maple syrup, eggs, chick- 
ens, milk, wool & ham. © June 1, 1943; KK 20240. 

Goltsman (Ben R.) Montgomery, Ala. 7140 

La rosa. California red port wine. For wine. 
© July 1, 1943; KK 19879. 

Ideal products, inc., Chicago. 7141 

Surprise garden. For seed and chemicals en- 
cased in sphagnum moss. © Apr. 19, 1943; KK 
20120. 

Jewel tea co., inc., Barrington, m. 7142, 7143 

Lustrex. For cleaner for metal and porcelain. 

© Dec. 14, 1942; KK 20073. 

Meteor toilet soap. For toilet soap. © Dec. 

10, 1942; KK 20074. 

Johnson (E. A.) co.. Providence. 7144 

Plane-o, the airplane game for young and old. 
For airplane game. © July 14, 1943; KK 20178. 

Largay brewing co., inc., Waterbury, Conn. 7145 
Red fox. For all malt beer. © July 7, 1943; KK 
19892. 

Lee (H. D.) co., inc., Kansas City, Mo. 7146 

Betty Lee skin lotion. For skin lotion, cosmet- 
ic. © July 26, 1943; KK 20151. 

Liebert & Obert. See Cooper (Nathaniel F.), 
d. b. a. Liebert & Obert. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 7147 

Our beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! say Olsen 
and Johnson. For alcoholic beverage. © June 10, 
1943; KK 20014. 

Marrus (Isaac I.) New York. 7148 

Camel-pak-kerchief, Mars brand best by test, 
it's sanitarily pakt. For hankerchiefs of every 
description. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 20180. 



Mars, inc., Chicago. 7149, 7150 

For bar candy: 

Ping. Mars candy box label. © Jxxly 17, 
1943; KK 20005. 

Ping. Mars candy wrapper label. © July 17, 
1943; KK 20004. 



Mathews (David Seldon), d. b. a. Vitamins for in- 
dustry, Los Angeles. 7151 
Aircraft brand vitamin tablets. For multi- 
vitamin diet enrlcher tablets. © May 14, 1943; KK 
20292. 

Paramount steel rule dies, inc.. New York. 

7152, 7153 

[Ail-American alphabet for children] For al- 
phabet toy. © July 1, 1943; KK 19909. 

Design set. For cardboard paper pieces for 
ornamental designs. © July 1, 1943; KK 19878. 



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7193 



Plant wash co. See Trompeter (David), d. b. a. 
Plant wash co. 

Pras-lab, St. Louis. 7154, 7155 

Deo-phene. For disinfectant for floors, walls, 

etc. © July 5, 1943; KK 20055. 

Master-klean. For a liquid cleaner for floors 

and walls, etc. © July 5, 1943; KK 20054. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 7156 

Crisco. For shortening. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 
20003. 

Reading farms. See Gallowhur (George), d. b. a. 
Reading farms. 

Rocky Mountain game co., Denver. 7157 

Night flight. For game. © Apr. 20, 1943; KK 
20202. 

Roth (Chester H.) co., inc.. New York. 7158 

Kreeps. For children's hosiery Items. © July 
1, 1943; KK 20028. 

Rowles (E. W. A.) CO., Arlington Heights, 111. 

7159-7161 
For an educational playtime set: 

Blackboard fun. © June 14, 1943; KK 19899. 
Blackboard play. © June 14, 1943; KK 19910. 
Blackboard surprise box. © June 14, 1943; 
KK 19898. 

Schooley (Newell H.), d. b. a. Schooley & son, Lu- 
zerne, Pa. 7162 
More than a meal - It's a feast I Blue streak. 

For dog food. © June 2, 1943; KK 20122. 

Schooley & son. See Schooley (Newell H.), d. b. a. 
Schooley & son. 

Schuster (C. J.), d. b. a. C. J. Schuster co., Cleve- 
land. 7163 
Taxi root beer. For root beer extract. © July 

10, 1943; KK 19999. 

Schuster (C. J.) co. See Schuster (C. J.), d. b. 
a. C. J. Schuster co. 

Sharp (Phyllis Margaret) PocateUo, Id. 7164 

Instead of coffee let a siren keep you awake. 
For a tablet containing caffeine. © July 21, 1943; 
KK 20323. 

Standard brands. Inc., New York. 7165 

Tender leaf tea. For tea. © July 14, 1943; KK 
20261. 

Super-fine products. Inc., Atlanta. 7166 

De-lux cola concentrate. For soda fountain 
flavoring extract. © July 9, 1943; KK 19975. 

Tip 'n top mixer Corp., Brooklyn. 7167, 7168 

Tip 'n top bar mixer. For flavoring essence for 

mixing with drinks. © May 1, 1943; KK 20119. 
Tip 'n top mixer. For flavoring essence for 

mixing with food and drinks. © May 1, 1943; KK 

20118. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical Corp., Inc., Louis- 
ville. 7169-7175 



Black leaf worm pellets, form 0519. For worm 
powder In pellet form. © July 14, 1943; KK 19957. 

Black leaf worm powder, form 0515. For -•, ,i 
powder that contains nicotine in shockless form. 
© July 2, 1943; KK 19956. 

Black leaf worm powder, form 0516. For worm 
powder. © July 14, 1943; KK 19959. 

For a nicotine sulphate solution: 

Black leaf 40, form 0497. © Apr. 6, 1943; 
KK 19960. 

Black leaf 40, form 0503. © May 4, 1943; 
KK 20183. 

Black leaf 40, W-23. © Mar. 18, 194 KK 
20044. 

Mash-nlc, form 0499. For nlcotized powder for 
use In flock feeds. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 19958. 

Tomlln (Harry) New Haven. 7176 

Victory ball game. For card base ball game. 
© July 7, 1943; KK 19873. 

Trompeter (David), d. b. a. Plant wash co., Sandy 
Hook, Coim. 7177 

Plant wash. For plant wash sprayer & compounds . 

© June 20, 1943; KK 20011. 

Universal paper products co., Chicago. 7178-7189 
For paper drinking cups: 

Authorities on health advise: Use paper cups 
and prove you're wise. © May 6, 1943; KK 19972. 

Employers wise, the doctors say. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19952. 

Here's no. 1 of good health tips: Use paper 
cups to guard all lips. © May 6, 1943; KK 19950. 

I like paper cups. © May 6, 1943; KK 19946. 

Keep well to meet life's downs and ups, etc. 
© May 6, 1943; KK 20173. 

Let paper cups help show the way. © Mav 
6, 1943; KK 19954. 

Medicos in highest terms praise paper cinvo 
- they're free from germs! © May 6, 194S; KK 
19948. 

There would be fewer colds, I think, if nappr 
cups held every drink. © May 6, 1943; KK 19951. 

To help reduce our absentees. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19947. 

Use paper cups for sanitation. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19953. 

When you have vital work to do. © May 6, 
1943; KK 19955. 

Where paper cups fight cough and sneeze. 
© May 6, 1943; KK 19949. 

Vela (Manuel) & son, Laredo, Tex. 7190-7192 

For medicine: 

Glorloso compound. © June 10, 1943; KK 
20186. 

Glorloso liniment. © June 10, 1943; KK 
20185. 

Glorio-bita tonic. For tonic. © June 10, 1943; 
KK 20184. 

Vitamins for industry. See Mathews (David Sel- 
don), d. b. a. Vitamins for Industry. 

Ward baking co., New York. 7193 

Tip-top Romany rye bread. For rye bread. © 
Apr. 2, 1943; KK 20316. 



Number of entries of Labels Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 470 



161 



LABEL OF WmCH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[7193 



Standard milling co. 1 

Duluth imperial. For flour. © Standard mill- 
ing CO., New York. RR 68, July 19, 1943. 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943 O - 550824 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGEESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABEI5 USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 8 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. PaH 4» fOiraefly i&gued ^tifti'terljr, Mk liOW 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photogral^e f^t dth^f Id^htifying reproditctlbhs^ 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings^ Statues^ Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after tiie name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I» Drawings dl* plastie Wbfks of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); i^hd ClaSB K^ JJ^flhtS anA 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also USed> 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commereial ptlhid and labeiSi 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreVisited. ' The abbfevlfttiOhS 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H« Reproductions of A WOfk bl 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; ''}/' 61&SS }, Ph3t@- 
grs^hs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, Including prints &nd labels ased Ibi- jiftlblei 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date §f pUbUeatiOii> 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of reee^t Ih the Cdpf= 
r^ht Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of VbLTCh 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the C&t&ldg ot QdpfHj^tii ihtHeS 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as reg&i^s Ai^ topftiiU 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, IS l|8.dd, pi^yckble ih 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, ei^fess dfder, bf 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the pf ICSi bf the VHrlbuS paflS ^ 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper--"- --__.-......—.««-...»».»». «»«»i.s=s.*s=- |3,00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps ._.----_-.-»..«... *...»*«=^aa».i»s=aa_i 1,36 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion pictures -»••«'—>»•— '»••'»■'■'--=»=-= 2»88 

Part 2, Periodicals - ^..w=s^.»=^==^= 160 

Part 3, Musical Compositions .-.-...--..--».»._^»=*«==--6=-ssii 3.66 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise •--*»■'--='«»»'"'='>•=-==== 2,88 

Single numbers -....----.-. --.-.....--.»«.-«-ta»«=B=»a=-= .BO 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year--— ------ -"-•"—'"»•>===»»»'■-='--- 3.80 

All parts for complete calendar year ._-.-.-..—..—--«».*.--».*»»-»— aaa.^ 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copjrriglit Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for cc^yright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the Pistrict of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of c(q)yright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, ccpyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copsrright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Cqpyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Bailey (James E.) 7194 

Ornamental paper weight. © 1 c. May 18, 1943; 
G 42211 

Cabral (Alfred)* 7195 

Zerro (Johnny) © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1943; G 42207. 

Colonial granite co. 7196 

Kastrup (Carl Louis): 

Hayes monument, 302. © Aug. 28, 1943; G 
42200. 

Darnall (Cora A.) 7197, 7198 

Small white marble bridge with banisters and 
sidings. - Smaller white marble bridge with 
banisters only. © 1 c. each July 5, 1943; G 42173, 
42174. 

Dauda (Joseph F.)* 7199 

Grinlin - Pilgrim period. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1943; 
G 42201. 

De Rehling-Quistgaard (Johan Waldemar)* 7200 

Pat and Pet. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1943; G 42216. 

Dubler (Herbert) inc. 7201-7211 

Josephu (Joseph): 

Band leader. - Boy with drum. - Sailor boy. 
- Soldier boy. © July 15, 1943; G 42189-42192. 

Boy on apple tree. - Boy with flute. - Boy 
with saxophone. - Boy with tuba. - Girl on apple 
tree. - Sprii^ song, boy. - Spring song, girl. © 
May 5, 1943; G 42187, 42188, 42193-42197. 

Hardy (Charles Samuel)* 7212 

United nations flag. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1943; G 
42186. 

Hicks (Theodore)* 7213 

[Ski trooper plaque] © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1943; G 
42206. 

Higgins (Nora Esther)* 7214 

Lily of the Mohawks. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1943; G 
42182. 

Holeproof hosiery co. 7215 

Enabnit (Merlin): 

Holeproof girl, 9. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1943; G 
42208. 

Hume (T.J.) 7216 

Patten (G. William): 

Hume carved granite memorial. © 1 c. Sept. 
4, 1943; G 42203. 

Krrkering 0. W.)* 7217 

Tide has turned. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1943; G 42205. 

Kraft (Margaret)* 7218 

Forward to a righteous and permanent peace. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1943; G 42171. 



Kuck (John C.) & Rusiecki (Joseph) 7219 

Rusiecki (Joseph): 

Thou art with me. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1943; G 
42175. 

Leslie (Jean G.)* 7220 

Everybody's baby. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1943; G 
42212. 

Mary Julia ( Sister) * 7221 

Dona nobis pacem. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1943; G 
42214. 

Massy (William H. H.) 7222 

Massy (Gertrude H. H.) 

Beethoven. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1943, G 42184. 

Netschert (Beverly Lois)* 7223 

Kape-kote. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1943; G 42178. 

Pepich (John)* 7224 

Symbolic eagle with features including details 
of American flag, V in background. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
1943; G 42198. 

Pfund (G. H.)* 7225 

Suggestion for a community flag for a world 
union of nations. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1943; G 42183. 

Ross (Howard L.) corp. 7226, 7227 

Price (Joyce): 

Goodie girl, 4687-W. - Lollipop (Mr.) 4686- 
W. © 1 c. each Aug. 11, 1943; G 42176, 42177. 

Russell (Rosina)* 7228 

Holly wreath. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1943; G 42199. 

Schneider (Michael Louis)* 7229 

With our hands we Americans labor for victory. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1943; G 42172. 



Short (Dorothy Esther)* 

Vic ory. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1943; G 42213. 

Stadnyk (Mary)* 

Shevchenko. © Aug. 17, 1943; G 42209. 



7230 



7231 



7232 



Stern- Louis co. 
Sand (John): 

Little Miss Muffet, 274. © June 1, 1943; G 
42210. 

Thomas (Joe T.)* 7233 

Congo Free State flag. © 1 c. July 30, 1943; G 
42185. 

Tolpo (Lily R.)* 7234 

Neptune. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 1943; G 42204. 

Twyman (Rhoda T.)* 7235 

Victory flag. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1943; G 42215. 



163 



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7236 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



United aircraft products, inc. 
Tara (William) jr,: 

P. O. P. © 1 c. July 30, 1943; G 42202. 

Vermont marble co. 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) 
design: 



7236 



7237-7244 
Cemetery memorial 



Ainsworth (Edwin Cope land) 6641. - Chad- 
bourne, 6111. - Hindley, 6112. - Roberts (Francis 
James) 8084. - Wilson (Ray L.) 8083. © Aug. 17, 
1943; G 42166-42170 

Barton (A. Leonard) D 10-01226-A - D 10- 
01226-C. © Aug. 19, 1943; G 42179-42181. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



932 



164 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Abraham (Earl A.) 7245 

Pure-seal opener. © 1 c. Sept 11, 1943; I 
33160. 

Adams (Douglas P.) 7246 

Quintic hypernom for the equation X^ - AX^ - 
BX^ - C X - D = O. © June 23, 1943; I 33036. 

Adger (John Hampton) 7247 

Babb [memorial] © 1 c. May 28, 1943; I 33119. 

Aim game co. 7248 

Aim is D game. © Aug. 23, 1943; K 53691. 

Amador (Ellas O.) 7249 

Nova-can. © 1 c. Aug, 21, 1943; I 33082. 

American optometric assn. 7250 

Field of vision test. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1943; I 
33032. 

Arenz (John A.) 7251-7257 

[Arenz angular shaped double thread bit for 
bbring square holes] © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1943; I 
33100. 

Arenz double thread pole line hardware screw. 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1943; I 33144. 

[Arenz micrometer expansion double thread 
single cutter twin thread bit] - Post hole auger bit. 
double thread. © 1 c. each Sept. 6, 1943; I 33141, 
33142. 

Arenz sheet metal screws. - Arenz six cutter 
car and carpenter's bit, double thread, single 
point speed. - [Expansion double channel twin 
thread speed bit] © 1 c. each Aug. 6, 1943; I 
33029-33031. 

Asbury (Stanley Joseph) 7258 

Wheel rotators. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1943; I 33077. 

Automagraph co. 7259 

Flash identification projector. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1943; I 33073. 

Bailey (\\riiiiam Joseph) 7260 

Loial way. © Jan. 10, 1939; K 53700. 

Barber (Hiram E.) 7261, 7262 

Improved airplane hangar. - Rib stitch testing 
tool. © 1 c. each Aug. 19, 1943; I 33068, 33072. 

Barrett (Oliver Glen) 7263, 7264 

Evening glow, - Paradise cove, © Mf»y 1, 1943; 
K 53664, 53665. 

Bauer (E. L.) . 7265 

Novelty. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33062. 

Baum (Joseph L.) 7266 

Micro-center -punch. © 1 c. Aug, 30, 1943; I 
33121. 



Bendix aviation corp, 7267 

Pioneer diluter demand oxygen regulator, type 
2851-Al. © Aug. 5, 1943; I 33124. 

Bernard picture co., inc. 7268-7283 

Bernard: 

Acquaintance. - Bouquet. - Chinese lily. - 
Dogwood. - Hudson. - Interior. - Lotus, - Lucille. 

- Magnolia. - Meeting. - Melissa. - New England. 

- Peonie. - Pompom. - West coast. - Wild rose. 
© Aug. 16, 1943; K 53627-53642. 

Bethlehem steel co. 7284, 7285 

Gasoline is dynamite. © July 23, 1943; K 53671. 
You let them down when you go absentee Stay 

on the job. © Aug. 20, 1943; K 53670. 

Blair (Hosea) 7286 

Six sisters. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1943; J 35659. 

Bonelli (Daniel Leonard) 7287-7291 

Constellation finder, parts 1-5. © July 20, 
1943; I 33024-33028. 

Bonney (Mabel Therese) 7292 

Refugee father & son. Battle of France, 438. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1943; J 35678. 

Brett (Grace Neff) 7293 

Salvage saver. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1943; I 33015, 

Briese (Rudolph G.) 7294 

Non-clog gutter for house roofs. © 1 c. Sept, 
11, 1943; I 33161. 

Broquist (A. V.) 7295 

Collapsible tent. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33065. 

Brown & Bigelow. 7296 

Broken trail; by R. H. Palenske. © Aug. 23, 
1943; K 53707, 

Brown instrument co. 7297-7299 

Brown instrument co. [chart] no. 12692. © 

Feb. 23, 1943; I 33127. 

no. 14067. © Nov. 30, 1942; I 33148. 

no. 14075. © Apr. 26, 1943; I 33128, 

Buday (Francis) 7300 

Anti -personnel shell. © 1 c, Aug, 19, 1943; I 
33055. 

Calvert (Warren Lytle) 7301 

Bus wreck at Fairfield, Illinois. © 1 c. Aug, 
17, 1943; J 35679, 

Chicago pump co. 7302 

Sewage flow. Million gallons per day - 9'* 
Parshall flume. © 1 c. Sept, 3, 1943; I 33136. 

Christian science pub, soc. 7303 

Eddy (Mary Baker) portrait; by Henry Stanley 
Todd, © Aug, 3, 1943; H 2582. 



165 



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7304 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Cimlnl (P. L.) 7304 

New plane carrier & plane handling plan. © 1 
c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33120. 

Clark (Henry) 7305, 7306 

Consolidated B-24E Liberator. - Gruman TBF- 
1 Avenger. © Aug. 30, 1943; K 53682, 53683. 

Coffman (Arthur F.) sr. 7307 

Measuring device. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 
33066. 

Cole (Walter Raymond) 7308 

Stubby. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1943; J 35697. 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 7309 

Fresh water game fish, X1029. © Aug. 27, 
1943; J 35673. 

Coveleskie (Joseph) 7310 

Air flow pressure gyroscope instrument for 
air craft, © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1943; I 33149. 

Crooks (MUton) 7311 

Milo pipe wrench. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1943; I 
33158. 

Crosley crop. 7312 

Time-clocked news, © 1 c. July 13, 1943; K 
53650. 

Darvas (David) 7313 

Big brother. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1943 J 35672. 

Di Donato (Joseph) 7314 

Scald-proof shower attachment. © 1 c. Ai^. 
21, 1943; I 33081. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 7315 

Optical printer. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1943; I 33146. 

Doak (Hugh) 7316 

Manchester, Tenn., Post office. © Sept. 10. 
1943; J 35699. 

Dodge mfg. corp. 7317 

Can you break faith with them, A-235. © Aug. 
14, 1943; K 53620. 

Doolittle (Roy) 7318 

Apple pin novelty. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1943; I 
33154. 

Elvin, inc. 7319, 7320 

In honor of the men and women of our organi- 
zation, etc. © May 15, 1943; J 35698. 

In honor of 2075 employees of Bell aircraft 
corp. in the service of our country, 155. © Feb. 
10, 1943; J 35694. 

Emery (George S.) 7321-7323 

Adapter parts. - Extendable covers. Ledgers 
and binders. © 1 c. each Aug. 24, 1943; I 33137- 
33139. 

English (Lester Lamar) 7324 

[Drawing of a slide rule for calculating dosages 
and exposures at various temperatures for fumi- 
gating plants, etc.] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1943; I 33113. 

Fore (Ruby Katherine) 7325, 7326 

Linen Creek. - Village home. © 1 c. each Aug. 
9, 1943; J 35666, 35667. 



Fragasso (Frank P.) 7327 

Vote Republican. © Mar. 19, 1940; K 53701. 

Frick CO, 7328 

Moisture carrying capacity of air at low tem- 
peratures, 146.22, © 1 c, Aug. 19, 1943; I 33112. 

Friez (Julian P.) & sons, 7329-7341 

Aero-meteorograph chart, 449. © Feb. 10, 

1938; I 32950. 

Dual traverse Friez rain gage, 4047 -B. © Aug, 

27, 1940; I 33093, 

Fergusson weighing recordii^ rain & snow 

gage chart, 1015-TT. © Jan, 4, 1938; I 33087, 
Friez rain gage, 4001 -B, © May 8, 1940; I 

33095. 

— 4002-B. © Apr. 26, 1940; I 33096. 

— 4003-B. © July 10, 1940; I 33097, 

— 4007-B, © June 14, 1940; I 33094, 

— 4012-B, © May 27, 1940; I 33089, 

. — -4016-B, 4026-B, © June 13, 1940; I 33090. 

33092, 

4023-B, © May 23, 1940; I 33091, 

— 4024-B, © Apr. 23, 1940; I 33088. 

Friez water stage recorder type FW, chart 

1940A. © Nov. 10, 1938; I 32997. 

Garrett (Max A.) 7342 

Bathroom fixture. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1943; I 
33131. 

Gavriles (Pete) 7343 

Novelty for tobacco pipes. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1943; 
I 33080, 

General cable corp, 7344 

Double check your work and you won't double 
cross him. © Aug, 20, 1943; K 53667. 

General electric co, 7345-7347 

Quality control number conversion chart, Z- 
608121 8-CF. - Resistance spot and projection 
weld quality evaluation chart, Z-6081218-CC. - 
Spot welding data, Z -53760. © Aug. 18, 1943; I 
33084-33086. 

General motors corp, Fisher body div. 7348 

This is Baldie. © Aug. 16, 1943; K 53663. 



Gifford (Charlotte H.) 

This universe. © July 1, 1943; K 53662. 



7349 



Goes (A.) 7350 

Credito y ahoroo ponceno, © Aug. 16, 1943; K 
53692. 

Grain (Mark) 7351, 7352 

Fast plane. © 1 c. July 24, 1943; I 33052. 
Whale, © 1 c, July 21, 1943; I 33098. 

Griffin (Wayne S,) & Piercy (Andrew) 7353 

Sanitary cone cover. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 
33064. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 7354-7357 

Allaben (Anne E.): 

Jack. - Jill. Nikolai. - Ninochka. © Aug. 
11, 1943; K 53643-53646. 

Hackney (Myron Winston) 7358 

Transparent plastic chair with back and seat 
formed out of a bent thick transparent plate which 
has interior slots into which colored plate strips 
are inserted, drawing 54. © 1 c. Sept, 11, 1943; I 
33151. 



166 



n o. 8. 1943 



CLASSES H-K 



7424 



Hare (J. Knowles) 7359-7363 

All washed up. - Be-lieve mel - Devotion. - 
No worries. - Thinker, © Jan. 1, 1943; K 53684- 
53688. 

Hauser (Bonner B.) 7364 

Kitchen knife holder. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1943; I 
33022. 

Heiss (Harvey G.) 7365, 7366 

Are you kidding? - Watching the ack-ack. © 
1 c. each Aug. 23, 1943; J 35657, 35658. 

Herz (Harry) 7367-7373 

Elliott (Camp) California: 

Chapel, E-2, E-6412. -Head quarters, E -4, 
E-6414, - Main gate, E-3, E-6413. - Postexchange 
store, E-5, E-6415, - Reception center, E-1, E- 
6411; E-7, E-6417. - Writing room, reception 
center, E-6, E-6416. © July 20, 1943; D 53693- 
53699. 

Hoffman (Malvina) 7374 

Pressure points for 1st aid teaching. © 1 c. 
Aug. 10, 1943; I 33114. 

Holbrook Qane) 7375 

Transparaman. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1943; I 33145. 

House of art. 7376 

Signing the Declaration of Independence [painted] 
by Col. John Trumbull. © June 24, 1943; K 53622. 

Howe (L. Hinton) 7377 

Lock plug. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33058. 

Howell (David James) 7378 

Dispensing container. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1943; I 
33019. 

Huffman (James E.) 7379 

Rainbow lamp wick. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1943; I 
33021. 

Hummel (Henry) 7380 

Plastic sink stopper. © 1 c. July 24, 1943; I 
33033. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 7381-7384 

Are you listenin'? - Stay in there pitchin'! - 
There are clock watchers at the front. - War work 
is tough. © Aug. 21, 1943; K 53651-53654. 

Incardana (Sam J.) 7385 

[Combination shoe sole] © 1 c. Aug, 9, 1943; I 
33122. 

Industrial engineerii^ co. 7386 

Fumigation chamber, methyl bromide, FC-151. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1943; I 33047. 

Industrial equities, inc. 7387-7389 

Heads you win, F-9. - On to victory, F-51. - 
Your ideas may help them win victory, F-14. © 
July 26, 1943; K 53624-53626. 

Industry promotion service. 7390 

Fashion builds morale. © Aug. 4, 1942; K 
53669. 

International art pub. co. 7391 

May blossoms; by A. D. Greer. © Aug. 20, 
1943; K 53648. 



Interwoven stocking co. 7392 

Dawn of the new freedom. © 1 c. Aug, 27, 1943; 
J 35695. 

Iowa. State unive rs ity . 7393-7396 

Department of pediatrics and the Iowa child 
welfare research station. State university of Iowa. 
Heightrage and weightiage: 

Relationships from birth to 24 months, for 
boys, - Relationships from birth to 24 months, for 
girls. - Values for boys, - Values for girls. © 1 
c. each Aug. 3, 1943, I 33048-33051. 

Jacobson (Abraham Jacob) 7397 

Men's sanitary sack insulation adjustment 
underwear. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1943; I 33040, 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 7398-7411 

Emergency identification signal, SCG 152C-J, - 
Handling pyrotechnic material, SCG 152E-J. - Rock- 
et, SCG 152A-J. © June 14, 1943; J 35681, 35682, 
35688. 

Flare signals, SCG 152D-J. © May 26, 1943; J 
35683. 

How to prevent explosion and fire on motor - 
boats, SCG 650, SCG 651, © June 30, 1943; J 
35684, 35685. 

Navy quiz: 

Aviation technician machinist's mate, 22. 
Basic electricity, 21, - Seaplanes, seaplane facts, 
maintenance, emergency equipment, and general 
questions, 23. - Semaphore signalling, 19. © 1 c. 
each Aug, 26, 1943; J 35668-35671, 

Steam turbine construction, SCG 178 -J. - Tur- 
bine maintenance and repair, SCG 178B-J. - Tur- 
bine operation, SCG 178A-J. © Aug. 5, 1943; J 
35680, 35687, 35689, 

Very's pistol, SCG 152B-J. © Apr. 27, 1943; 
J 35686. 

Jimmes (Earl F.) 7412 

Quick clamp-unclamp device. © 1 c, Aug. 19, 
1943; I 33056. 



K & K studio. 

Lock o love. © Aug. 7, 1943; K 53711. 



7413 



Karr Qoseph J.) 7414 

Karr semiplane. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1943, I 33016. 

Keilwagen (Walter) 7415 

War mother medal or medallion. © 1 c. Sept. 
11, 1943; K 33155. 

Kellc^g CO. 7416 

That gnat mighta gotten in my lunch. © Aug. 16, 
1943; K 53710. 

King features syndicate, inc. 7417-7423 

Annette kisses bishop's ring, Z-133. - Dionnes' 
confirmation photo', Z-134. - Dionnes wait for con- 
firmation, Z-132. © Aug. 18, 1943; J 35662- 
35664. 

Dionnes are clean platers, Z-124. - Marie signs 
the plecfee, Z-125, © Aug. 1, 1943; J 35675, 
35676. 

Mow (Miss) obtains autographs, Z-126. - Quints 
and Mow Ong Sue, Z-127. © Aug. 29, 1943; J 
35674, 35677. 

Kottemann (Osing Cuthbert) 7424 

Method of estimating airplane wing weight. © 
1 c. Sept. 13, 1943; I 33152. 



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7425 



pt. 4, n. So, V. 38 



Laird (Frederick F ) 7425 

Handy cotton picker. © 1 c, Aug. 3, 1943; I 
33023. 

Langworthy (Arthur M.) 7426 

Chart, showing method by which a scrambled 
sentence can be changed into a correct message. 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1943; I 33140. 

Levinsen (Claus) 7427, 7428 

Anchor light reflector. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1943; I 

33147. 

Blackout, porthole room circulating fan F. P. S. 

K. I. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1943; I 33038. 

Lindquist (Archibald W.) 7429 

Shingle mill. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1943; I 33132. 

Lindstrum (Martin F.) & Sllvey (Henry R.) 

7430, 7431 
Telecall, 1, 2, © 1 c. each Sept. 1, 1943; I 
33134, 33135. 

Lyttoh (Lawrence F.) & Pettit (Bert C.) 7432 

Master handle straight wrench set. © 1 c. Aug. 
19, 1943; I 33061. 

McDaniel (Lizzie) 7433 

Shepherd of the Hills country, © July 15, 1940; 
KK 53619. 

Mackintosh (Charles) 7434 

Oblique elevation of powerpanel doors, panels 
horizontal. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1943; I 33045. 

McNeel marble co. 7435-7443 

Memorial: 

Bennett. - Biggerstaff . - Cowart. - Huffman. 
Jester. - MacRae (Nelson) - Robertson. - Schar- 
ringhaus. - Way (E. P.) © 1 c. each Aug, 26, 1943; 
I 33101-33109. 

Mahr (Edwin) 7444 

Clayton upholstering co, © Mar, 9, 1943; K 
53668. 



Martin (Glenn L.) co, 7445 

Supercharger performance chart. © Aug. 26, 
1943; I 33163. 

Mead Johnson & co. 7446 

Empty bowl; by Bernhard Pothast. © 1 c. Aug. 
18, 1943; K 53666. 

Michigan (State J 7447 

Michigan, 84Sl4. © Aug. 4, 1943; K 53706. 

Miller (A. J.) co. 7448 

Chamber, Iqiock down type, for delousing clothes 
using methyl bromide vapor. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1943; 
133039, 



Mimosa American corp. 

Leudi n. © June 24, 1941; I 33123. 



7449 



Modern hobbycraft products. 7450 

Spitfire K. © 1 c. July 5, 1943; I 33041. 

Morrison (Marguerite) 7451 

Quiet - war worker sleeping. © Aug. 19, 1943; 
K 53647. 



Nash engineering co. 7452, 7453 

Installation detail, Nash vacuum printing: 

Pumps, typical automatic priming systems, 
NIB -14. - Valves, typical piping arrangements, 
NlB-13. © Aug. 18, 1943; I 33075, 33076, 

National electric coil co. 7454 

Armatiire core & winding data, 215. © June 14, 
1943; I 33078, 



National ptg. co,, inc. 

Faith, 2390. © June 9, 1943; K 53623. 



7455 



National war finance committee. 7456-7459 

Canada is part of tomorrow. - Come on, team, 
let's gol - Plough deep for victory. - Profit from 
experience. © 1 c. each Sept. 6, 1943; J 35690- 
35693. 

Nelson (Albert) & Nelson (Anthony B.) 7460 

Stud and nipple remover. © 1 c. Sept, 11, 1943; 
133159, 

Noble Oohn David) 7461 

Perspective drawing guide. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1943; I 33099. 

Norcross. 7462-7465 

Just a line on the boss' time, 15R524. © June 

25, 1943; K 53659. 

Lots of luck in your new home, 15R831, © July 

16, 1943; K 53858. 

Showers of good wishes on your anniversary, 

10W479. - Twin wishes for your birthday, 25B136. 

© Aug, 6, 1943; K 53660, 53661. 

Northern pump co. 7466, 7467 

Dawson (Montague): 

Forest Queen. - Sinking of the Bismarck, © 
Aug. 5, 1943; H 2583, 2584. 

Nylen (Gust) 7468 

Propell-o-rocket drive, © 1 c. Avig. 19, 1943; 
I 33054. 

Odd-ads. 7469 

Sundial design. © Aug. 30, 1943; K 53708. 

O'Sullivan (Thomas) 7470-7473 

Celestial plate: 

[Angular distance of the sun] 10, - [Distance 
the planets would be from the earth if the sizes 
they give were correct] 6. - [How I got distance to 
the sun] 8. - [How the sun rolls the earth and 
draws the moon along, also the phases of the moon] 
2. © 1 c. each Aug. 25, 1943; I 33115-33118. 



Panth (Bhola D.) 7474 

Globo-chron. © 1 c. June 23, 1943; I 33017, 

Parks (Thaddeus J,) 7475 

Automatic protractor level. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1943; 
I 33129. 

Parrish (Amos) & co., inc. 7476 

What stores have been gaining most? © Aug. 
16, 1943; I 33110. 

Patriot arts co. 7477 

MacArthur (General Douglas A.), birthplace of 
General MacArthur. © Aug. 20, 1943; K 53709, 



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n o. 8. 1943 



7523 



Peer (Daniel I.) 7478 

Aircraft take-off asslstor. © 1 c, Sept. 11, 
1943; I 33153. 

Pelton (Charles Dawes) 7479 

Growth of a smile. © Sept. 1, 1943; J 35696. 

Permutlt co. 7480, 7481 

Ranarex recorder, 26045, 26046, © Sept. 1, 
1943; I 33125, 33126. 

Peterson (Clarence Stewart) 7482 

Indian arrows from 48 states. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1943; } 35661. 

Pommer (Arthur A.) 7483 

Hydraulic brake valve. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1943; 
I 33133. 

PoweU (Francis Wilson) 7484 

Hi-car combination baby chair, kitchen stool 
and stroller. © 1 c. Aug, 7, 1943; J 35660. 

Pugh (Charles Russell) 7485 

Artificial fish bait. © 1 c. Aug, 19, 1943; I 
33071, 

Pullman co, 7486-7495 

August winners. © Aug. 25, 1943; K 53673. 

Awards, suggestions, Ideas, some of you are 
bubbling over with Ideas, 33. © Aug. 24, 1943; K 
53680. 

Be wise like a squirrel, plant you ideas now, 
31. © Aug, 10, 1943; K 53678, 

Checks for this month's winners, © July 23, 
1943; K 53672. 

Do your bit to Improve production for Uncle 
Sam, 29. © July 27, 1943; K 53676. 

4 things a man must learn to do If he would 
keep his record true, 34. © Aug, 30, 1943; K 
53681. 

Idea of the Puritan helped found a great nation, 
27, © July 13, 1943; K 53674, 

Jim just made a suggestion, 30. © Aug, 3, 1943; 
K 53677, 

Man, ah got a swell idea, 28. © July 20, 1943, 
K 53675. 

Stop, look and listen, 32. © Aug. 17, 1943; K 
53679. 

Republic flow meters co. 7496 

[Recording Instrument! chart 65 -CA -400800. 
© Sept, 5, 1943; I 33162. 

Rice (George Douglas) 7497 

Temperature corrected readings for mercurial 
brass scale barometers In Inches and °F. © Sept. 
3, 1943; I 33143. 

Robblns (D.) & co, 7498 

Just arrived In New York, the wonder city, 3, © 
July 30, 1943; K 53656, 

Robblns (Frederick Goodrich) 7499 

Covered bridge at Conway, © Aug. 2, 1943; K 
53621. 

Rocker (Edmund) 7500 

Star of victory. © Aug, 6, 1943; K 53657, 

Rosenberg (Kurt J,) 7501,7502 

Fixed focus attachment. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1943; 
I 33130. 



Pocket list. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33063. 

Rothrock (Lillian B.) 7503 

Hearts entwined wedding ring. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1943; I 33042. 

St. Adalbert's church. 7504 

Pod twoja obrona. © Aug. 15, 1943; K 53712. 

Sandler (Henry B.) co., Inc. 7505 

Popples; by L. Robey. © Aug. 18, 1943; K 
53703. 

Sanford (Carl) 7506 

Stone -decorated table. © 1 c. May 22, 1943; I 
33037, 

Sargent & co, 7507 

Turn in your key. © Aug. 24, 1943; K 53655, 

Savage Qohn O.) 7508, 7509 

Combination tank and bridge and Improvements. 
- Master carriage. © 1 c. each Aug. 19, 1943; I 
33067, 33069. 

Schneider (C. R,) co, 7510, 7511 

From every moimtaln side let freedom ring; by 

I. B. Lincoln, © Sept, 1, 1942; K 53705, 

Mt. Kalnler; by Asahel Curtis. © Sept. 1, 1941; 

K 53704. 

Schupp (Karl) 7512 

Improved try-square. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1943; I 
33157. 

Shores (John C.) 7513 

Back stay hinge. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1943; I 33156. 

Sklar (Louis B.) 7514 

Chart of natural logarithms, exponentials and 
reciprocals. © Aug. 25, 1943; I 33111. 

Sleder (Bertha D.) 7515 

Rice cooker. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33059. 

Stanley (Edgar) 7516 

Protracto guide. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; I 33070. 

Stocks lek (Victor Henry) 7517 

Victor vocal chart. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1943; I 
33150. 

Strand (C, Lyle) 7518 

Automatic self-sharpening pencil, © 1 c, Aug. 
19, 1943; I 33060. 

Swann (John Butler) 7519, 7520 

Pocket pen desk stand. © 1 c. Aug, 19, 1943; 

I 33057, 

Ski speedometer and mileage meter, © 1 c. 

Aug, 19, 1943; I 33053, 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 7521 

Greetings from Kentucky, 9A-H441. © Mar, 2, 
1939; K 53689, 

Tlerney (William L,) 7522 

Device for obtaining electrical energy, © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1943; I 33018. 

United service agency. 7523 

Victory dime holder. © Sept. 15, 1941; K 53690. 



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Van Sant (Walter Liggett) 7524, 7525 

Carpenters estimating tape for laying out 2x4, 
2 X 6, 2 X 8 [2 X 10 J rafters & studdings [joists] or 
any timber. - Fire brick bonding and estimating 
tape. © 1 c. each June 30, 1943; I 33043, 33044. 

Vibro CO. 7526 

Navigation protractor, 430815. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1943; I 33079. 

Wade (James T.) 7527 

Jitney razor. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1943; I 33083. 

Weaver (Tim James) 7528 

These colors don't run. © Aug. 2, 1943; K 
53649. 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Webb (H. Pascal) 7529 

Mission San Juan Capistrano. © Aug. 12, 1943; 
K 53702. 

Weyerhaeuser timber co. 7530 

Reversible life raft, 15-man capacity. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1943; I 33046. 

Wiley (Bert) 7531 

Jiffy curtain rod. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1943; I 33020. 

Zimmer (Henry John) 7532, 7533 

Combination triplet doll carriage and shopping 
carrier. - U. S. moistproof salt shaker. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 9, 1943; I 33034, 33035. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) 58 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 689 one-copy entries) - 1,233 

Photographs (including 391 one-copy entries) 696 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 55 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries) 1,555 

Total— - - - - — - 3,542 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 7534, 7535 
For pharmaceuticals: 

Antianemico. © May 26, 1943; KK 20769. 

Tonica y recalcificante. © May 26, 1943; KK 
20768, 

Aeronca aircraft Corp., Middletown, O. 7536 

Not too little, nor too late. For aircraft. © 
July 20, 1943; KK 20552. 

American bankers assn.. New York. 7537-7541 

For blotter: 

Home-front protection. © June 15, 1943; KK 
20369. 

Personal loans for your wartime personal 
needs, © June 15, 1943; KK 20368. 
For book: 

Avoid the rush. © June 15, 1943; KK 20337, 

How you will get on a current tax payment 
basis. © June 15, 1943; KK 20383. 

Sure, it's your money. © June 15, 1943; KK 
20336. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y, 7542-7546 

For transportation equipment: 

Case of the picklocked tool box, 113-41-9500. 
© Aug. 14, 1943; KK 20551. 

Fireman Kiefer draws hot assignment. © 
Aug. 7, 1943; KK 20507. 

How medals of honor are won. © Ai^. 21, 
1943; KK 20638. 

Joe calls the sheriff. © Aug. 28, 1943; KK 
20706. 

Red Barrett brings up the ammunition. © 
July 31, 1943; KK 20343. 

American viscose corp., New York. 7547-7552 

For rayon: 

Conservation and care of goods. © Aug. 5, 
1943; KK 20568. 

How rayon helps keep it hot for Hitler 1 © 
July 10, 1943; KK 20688. 

Rayon reports, July, 1943, © Aug, 5, 1943; 
KK 20566, 

Special delivery, via rayon! © July 21, 1943; 
KK 20569. 

This light might have blacked out, but for a 
rayon fiber! © July 31, 1943; KK20565. 

We raised this flag by pulling together. © 
July 14, 1943; KK 20567. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 7553-7556 

For beer: 

A and eagle has learned to fly. © Aug. 20, 
1943; KK 20674, 

Apollo get the glory. Apollo and chariot. © 
Aug. 20, 1943; KK 20639. 

I present the beautiful duckling. © July 20, 
1943; KK 20708. 

To guard your well-being. Gladiator. © 
Sept. 25, 1942; KK 20673. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 7557-7560 

For meats: 

How do you rate. © July 30, 1943; KK 20387. 



20386. 



20431. 



20385. 



Look what you can do. © July 30, 1943; KK 
No bone, no waste. © July 30, 1943; KK 
12 new sandwich ideas. © July 23, 1943; KK 



7561, 7562 



Avon products, inc., New York. 
For cosmetics: 

Fair and the brave, © July 23, 1943; KK 
20545, 

Heroines of yesterday and today. © June 20, 
1943; KK 20693. 

Bakelite corp.. New York. 7563 

Road maps to the land of plastics research. For 
plastics. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 20532. 

Barber -Colman co., Rockford, 111, 7564 

,'Uni-flo elturns. For elturns. © June 15, 1943; 
KK 20384. 



7565, 7566 



bIu aircraft corp., Buffalo. 

fFor aircraft: 

t It's okay, mom. © July 29, 1943; KK 20346. 

J Nightwatchman on duty. © Aug. 26, 1943; 
KK 20649. 



4ll & H( 



B^ll & Howell CO., Chicago. 7567 

' Can colleges teach twice as much? For motion 
picture equipment. © July 9, 1943; KK 20554. 

tUe-Sharmeer div. Wayne Knitting mills. See 
Wayne knitting mills. Belle -Sharmeer div. 



indix aviation corn.. New York, Teterboro, N. J. 
\ 7568-7579 

; For aircraft instruments: 

' Service bulletin. Magnesyn remote reading 
cpmpass system. Operation at reduced voltage 
ajid frequency, © July 16, 1943; KK 20604, 

Service bulletin. Modification of switch box 
for electrically-operated remote caging unit, 
type: CQ-1, © July 16, 1943; KK 20606, 

Service bulletin. Radio compass indicators; 
autosyn assemblies; low inertia motors, © July 
16, 1943; KK 20605, 

Service bulletin. Use pioneer no. 1 oil in- 
stead of no. 9 when overhauling magnesyn com- 
pass indicators. © July 16, 1943; KK 20607. 

Service bulletin. Use pioneer no. 1 oil in- 
stead of no. 9 when overhauling sensitive alti- 
meters. © July 16, 1943; KK 20608. 

Tools & fixtures. Used in servicing autosyn 
fuel flow transmitters. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20671. 
For airplane instruments: 

Service bulletin. Critical adjustment re- 
quired for erection system retaining brackets of 
the AN-5 gyro. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20670, 

Tools & fixtures. Used in servicing 400- 
cycle inverters. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20668. 

Tools & fixtures. Used in servicing pitot- 
static tubes. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20669. 

Human power made superhuman by the invisible 
crew. For aircraft carburetors, precision in- 
struments, © June 30, 1943; KK 20494. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Invisible crew puts superhuman life into every 
U. S. fighting machine. For starters, magnetos, 
carburetors, precision instruments. © July 28, 
1943; KK 20493. 

Super human vision with the invisible crew. For 
radar instruments, precision instruments. © Aug. 
16, 1943; KK 20579. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York, 7580-7585 

Best twins are here! For pinafores, skirts, 
blouses, jackets and dresses. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 
20747. 

Best's big favorites for boys. For coats, suits, 
hats, jackets and slacks. © Aug. 22, 1943; KK 
20609. 

Best's famous college shop. For sweaters, 
skirts, blouses, coat, suit, jacket and dress. © 
Aug. 8, 1943; KK 20374. 

Best's famous college shc^ separates. For jack- 
ets, skirts, blouses and sweaters. © Axi^ "9, 
1943; KK 20610. 

First to Best's, then back to school! For girls' 
dress, skirts, sweaters, blouses & boys' suit coat, 
cap, pants and jacket. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 20712. 

School's fun, when it starts at Best's. For 
girls' dresses, coats, suit, skirt, blouse and hats. 
© Sept. 5, 1943; KK 20776. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn, 7586 

You're in the war now and so is Bigelow. For 

pile fabric floor covering. © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 

20634. 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 7587, 7588 

For beer: 

Take your choice of these two fine beers. © 
July 2, 1940; KK 20497. 

Which is your favorite? © July 2, 1940; KK 
20496. 

Bond electric corp, div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Borden co., Houston. 7589-7591 

Don't feel blue that ice cream's scarce, etc. 

For Borden's frappes and sherbets. © Aug. 12, 

1943; KK 20448. 

For f-f-frosty 'freshment. For frozen fruit 

frappes and sherbets. © Aug. 26, 1943; KK 20586. 
Serving less ice cream. For fruit frappes and 

sherbets. © July 29, 1943; KK 20375. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 7592-7296 
For worsted and woolen piece goods: 

Botany. © July 30, 1943; KK 20542. 

Botany. © Aug. 6, 1943; KK 20395. 

Botany. © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 20611. 

Botany in tomorrow's world. © Aug. 6, 
1943; KK 20396. 

Growing up with Botany. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 
20754. 

Brewing industry foundation, New York. 7597-7605 

For beverage: 

From where I sit, 54. © Mar. 25, 1943; KK 

20436. 

From where I sit, 55. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 

20437. 

From where I sit, 56. © Apr. 8, 1943; KK 
20438 

From where I sit, 57. © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 
20439. 



20440. 
20441. 



20442. 



20443. 



From where I sit, 58. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 

From where I sit, 59. © Apr. 29, 1943; KK 

From where I sit, 60, © May 13, 1943; KK 

From where I sit, 63. © May 20, 1943; KK 

From where I sit, 64, © May 27, 1943; KK 



20444. 

Brown (Raymond Edward) Glendale, Calif. 7606 
Medicated foot baths. For foot remedy. © Aug. 
16, 1943; KK 20506. 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. 7607-7610 

For beer: 

Direct hit. Storz brewing company. © May 
3, 1943; KK 20468, 

Pass the ammunition. Storz brewing company. 
© May 3, 1943; KK 20470. 

Qualified by experience. Storz brewing com- 
pany. © May 3, 1943; KK 20467. 

Where finish counts. Storz beer. © May 3, 
1943; KK 20469. 

Butler (Edgar M.) New Orleans. 7611 

How to clean cartridges & de -scalers. How to 
install new cartridges. For de-scalers. © Aug. 
7, 1943; KK 20730. 

Butler mfg. co., Kansas City, Mo. 7612 

Butler builds complete airports. For portable 

airports and factories. © July 17, 1942; KK 20770. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

7613, 7614 

Give children the most good, LA-3471. For 
oranges. © July 10, 1943; KK 20584. 

Sunkist buyer's guide. For sunkist orange and 
lemons. © Feb. 28, 1941; KK 20729. 

California fruit growers exchange, products de- 
partment, Ontario, Calif. 7615-7626 
America's most called-for orange flavor. For 
oil of orange. © Jan. 1, 1942; KK 20549. 
For citrus pectin: 

Best tip on the market. © Jan. 2, 1942; KK 
20523. 

First choice for finer jelly candies. © Feb. 
20, 1943; KK 20617. 

Put this in your notebook. © Nov. 30, 1942; 
KK 20618. 

For fruit juice bases for bottled beverages: 
At the front. © Dec. 15, 1942; KK 20621. 
You know they want juice drinks. © Jan. 1, 
1942; KK 20522. 

For oil of lemon U. S. P.: 

Forecast. © Jan. 1, 1942; KK 20550. 
World's finest lemon flavor. © Mar. 1, 
1943; KK 20623. 

From American lemons. For citric acid. © 
Dec. 7, 1942; KK 20620. 

Made from American lemons. For exchange 
citric acid U. S. P. © Dec. 22, 1941; KK 20557. 

Now available. For pectinum N. F. VII. © Dec. 
20, 1942; KK 20619. 

Quality. For oil of orange U. S. P. © Dec. 1, 
1942; KK 20622. 

Carglll, inc., Minneapolis. 7627 

Just 3 questions to ask about a dog food. For 
dog food. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 20546. 



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no. 8, 1943 



7676 



Carter coal co., New York, 7628 

We're all in the service now I For Pocahontas 
coal. © Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20528. 

Castle films, inc., New York. 7629, 7630 

For movie films: 

Axis smashed in Africa I © July 1, 1943; KK 
20574. 

Kiko, the kangaroo. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 
20573. 

Central automatic sprinkler co., Philadelphia. 

7631 
Central electro-speed sprinkler system, model 
A-D. For automatic sprinkler systems. © May 
15, 1943; KK 20403. 

Cherry rivet co., Los Angeles. 7632 

Cherry blind rivets. For blind rivets and tools 
for applying same. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20720. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc.. Summit, N. J. 

7633 
Ciba, merchants of life march on. Geography, 
geopolitics, geotherapy. For pharmaceutical prod- 
ucts. © June 24, 1943; KK 20417. 

Clark bros. chewing gum co., Pittsburgh. 7634 

Clark's two delicious flavors, wholesome and 
long lasting. For chewing gum. © Aug. 8, 1943; 
KK 20344. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 7635-7639 

For household bleach and disinfectant: 

Food for victory I Clorox-clean refrigerators 
help prevent spoilage! © June 20, 1943; KK 20519. 

Food for victory 1 Clorox-clean refrigerators 
help prevent spoilage. © June 30, 1943; KK 20517. 

It's important to make your home a safer 
health stronghold! © June 13, 1943; KK 20521. 

Let clorox help in conserving linens! © July 
30, 1943; KK 20518. 

Let's keep America strong! Cultivate the 
healthful habit of clorox-cleanliness! © May 27, 
1943; KK 20520. 

Club aluminum products co., Chicago. 7640, 7641 
Club household cleaners and polishes, GDI, For 
club household cleaners and polishes. © July 23, 
1943; KK 20411. 

Make your aluminum sparkle! For club alumi- 
num cleaner. © July 23, 1943; KK 20410, 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 7642-7656 

For soft drink: 

Army roster lists him as Sergeant Major 
Jones. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20677. 

Have a Coca-cola - chin-chin. Here's to you. 
British Guiana. © Aug. 19, 1943; KK 20678. 

Have a Coca-cola - hi, man. Virgin Islands. 
© Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20536. 

Have a Coca-cola - sa-lam-oo a-lay-koom. 
Peace be unto you. © Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20537. 

Have a Coca-cola - tan boon. Be of good 
health. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20538. 

Have a Coca-cola - wacko, digger! Okay, 
chum. Australia. © July 27, 1943; KK 20533. 

Have a Coca-cola - welcome home, big boy. 
Canada. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20679. 

Have a coke - all the best. Antigua, West 
Indies. © Aug. 26, 1943; KK 20753. 

Have a coke - aloha no. Welcome, friend. 
Hawaii. © Aug. 3, 1943; KK 20535. 



Have a coke - be a cobber, or how to make 
friends in Australia. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 20539. 

Have a coke - cead mile failte. A hundred 
thousand welcomes. Ireland. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 
20640. 

Have a coke - you're on the beam, Brazil. 
© July 29, 1943; KK 20534. 

Rest pause that refreshes. Stoker. © June 
23, 1943; KK 20339. 

That extra something! Camouflage ranger. 
© Aug. 18, 1943; KK 20540. 

That extra something. Mail orderly with 
letters. © July 21, 1943; KK 20338. 

Consolidated molded products corp., Scranton. 7657 
Consolidated molded products corporation. For 
molded products. © May 10, 1943; KK 20430. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 7658 

Practical pointers for saving ration points. For 
mazola, salad oil. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20513. 

Coty, inc., New York. 7659-7661 

Emeraude, the jewel fragrance. For per- 
fume. © Aug. 31, 1943; KK 20635. 
For sub -tint make-up base: 

Miracle under your make-up. © Aug. 20, 
1943; KK 20637. 

Miracle under your make-up. © Aug. 25, 
1943; KK 20636. 

Cressler (Edward Payson) Newton, Kan. 7662 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice. The first 

big step in a new idea. For dentifrice tablet. © 
July 16, 1943; KK 20498. 

Crown cork & seal co., inc , Baltimore. 7663 

Crown closures are protected by bonderite. 
For closures. © Aug. 30, 1943; KK 20700. 

Curtiss -Wright Corp., New York. 7664, 7665 

For airplanes: 

I want to say a few words to the people back 
home. © Aug. 19, 1943; KK 20646. 

When the difference depends upon a split 
second more or less! © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20647. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 7666, 7687 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

New day-line industrial units, form OD-415. 
© Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20786. 

Specifications data sheet no. 307, © July 30, 
1943; KK 20449. 

De Laval steam turbine co,, Trenton, N. J. 

7668, 7669 
For velocity -stage turbines: 

De Laval velocity -stage turbines. Leaflet 
E-1202. © June 1, 1942; KK 20413. 

De Laval velocity -stage turbines. Leaflet E- 
1203. © June 1, 1942; KK 20389 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 

7670, 7671 
For grinding wheels: 

How is por-os-way doing on high-speed steel 
cutters? © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20738. 

How por-os-way is doing on high-speed steel 
cutters. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20737. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 7672-7676 

For stencil duplicators and supplies; 

Former schoolteachers, America asks you to 
come back and teach. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 20466. 



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High school students learn this extra war- 
time skill. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20719. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 20465. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 20717. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20718. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn. 7677, 7678 

Lockholder covets. All-around-kitchen-covets. 

For sanitary covers and holders for bottles and 

jars. © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 20483. 

Nip -bo-covets. For paper covers & holders, 

baby nipple bottles, etc. © Aug. 3, 1943; KK 

20509. 

Dritz-Traum co., inc., New York. 7679 

Glide-tex. For ironing press cloth. © July 12, 
1943; KK 20345. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., New York. 

7680, 7681 

Ceaseless improvements in wireless applied to 
the arts of peace. For television, cathode ray tube. 
© Aug. 22, 1943; KK 20752. 

Radar precision by DuMont. For radar in- 
struments, cathode ray tube. © July 20, 1943; KK 
20755. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 7682 

How would you answer the $64. question? For 
pen aaid pencil set. © Aug. 23, 1943; KK 20485. 

Everson mfg. co., Chicago. 7683-7687 

For water purification equipment: 

Sterelators, bulletin 1050. © Mar, 19, 1943; 
KK 20455. 

Sterelators, bulletin 1051. © Mar. 19, 1943; 
KK 20457. 

Sterelators, bulletin 1084. © Mar. 15, 1943; 
KK 20456, 

Sterelators, bulletin 1085, © Apr. 9, 1943, 
KK 20492, 

Sterelators, bulletin 1087, © Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 20501. 

Excel movie products, Chicago. 7688 

News of the world. For moving picture film, 
© Aug. 19, 1943; KK 20553. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 7689 

Insist on the only tractor tire with a traction 
center. For tires, © Jan. 25, 1942; KK 20453. 

Fischer & co., inc., New York. 7690, 7691 

Heavenly lingerie by Fischer, For rayon night- 
gown, © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 20779, 

Heavenly lingerie by Fischer, For rayon slip. 
© Aug. 6, 1943; KK 20780. 

Fleischmann distilling corp.. New York, 7692 

Wanted by Fleischmann I For whiskey, © Aug. 
3, 1943; KK 20541. 

Gale shoe mfg. co.. North Adams, Mass. 7693 

Daytimers by Gale. Shoes like these really 
mean something, etc. For shoes, © July 27, 1943; 
KK 20445. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y, 7694 

Inside of atomic -hydrogen arc welding. For 
training film. © May 1, 1943; KK 20429. 



General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 7695 

General deflect-o-gauge. For air pressure 
gauge, © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20721. 

Gottscho (Adolph) inc.. New York. 7696 

Mark all metals with this new & efficient etch- 
printer. For marking machine, etchprinter. © 
July 19, 1943; KK 20367. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 7697-7699 

For watches: 

1943 Gruen watch time. © Aug. 6, 1943; KK 
20643. 

Precision, the priceless heritage of Gruen 
jewelers. © Aug. 28, 1943; KK 20644. 

Thousands will read this message, buy more 
war bonds. © Aug. 28, 1943; KK 20645. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 7700-7702 

For ale: 

Come and get itl © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20572. 
She's hoarding 1 © July 27, 1943; KK 2057L 
What's in it for me? © Aug. 10, 1943; KK 

20672. 

Harkins (Robert Henry), d. b. a. Nott mfg, co,, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 7703 

Dog-check applicators. For applicators for 

volatile liquids. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20529. 

Harper (James) Detroit. 7704 

Victory peg puzzles. For peg puzzles games. 
© Aug. 31, 1943; KK 20685. 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 7705 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 7, July, 1943. For 
lithographic supplies. © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 20505. 

Harvel watch co., New York. 7706-7708 

For watches: 

Beauty plus. © Apr. 6, 1943; KK 20525. 

Harvel - one of America's fine watches. © 
June 1, 1943; KK 20526. 

When victory is achieved, etc. © June 29, 
1943; KK 20527. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

7709-7711 
For chemicals: 

Here they come! ©Sept. 10, 1943; KK 20784, 
Survival of the fittest, © Aug, 12,1943; KK 
20341. 

When a soldier sees red. © Sept, 2, 1943; 
KK 20654. 

Hessel (Morris) New York. 7712 

Don,'t buy furs blind-folded. For furs, © Aug. 
2, 1943; KK 20787. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 7713 

This time I'm really thanking you. Aunt Jane. 

For sterling dinnerware. © July 9, 1943; KK 20350. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 7714 

Best bet for consumer appeal, etc. For sterling 

sllverplate inlaid. © Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20508. 



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Interwoven stockii^ co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

7715, 7716 
For men's socks: 

Day before Christmas. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 
20725. 

Interwoven hi-lo short socks. © Aug. 27, 
1943; KK 20733. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 7717, 7718 

For wine: 

Wines with a past Church. © Aug. 1, 1943; 
KK 20625. 

Wines with a past. Grape girl, © July 1, 
1943; KK 20650. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 7719, 7720 
Disposable diapers save laundry, labor, linens. 

For disposable diapers. © Aug. 11, 1943; KK 

20758. 

Ready-made underpads conserve materials, 

labor, time. For disposable pads. © Aug. 11, 

1943; KK 20757. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp,, Pittsburgh. 

7721, 7722 
For steel: 

Industrial teamwork saves lives on battle 
fronts. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20416. 

Strong steel, the metal by which other metals 
fly and fight. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20728. 

Joseph salon shoes, Chicago. 7723-7728 

For shoes: 

Bare-foot originals. © Av^. 15, 1943; KK 
20592. 

Customcraft. © Aug. 8, 1943; KK 20589 = 

On to a ripe old age, etc. © July 25, 1943; KK 
20587. 

For shoes and bag: 

Duet elegant. © Aug. 22, 1943; KK 20591. 

So-hi. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 20590. 

So-lo. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20588 

Kasco mills, inc., Waverly, N. Y. 7729 

World's record hen. For poultry feeds. © May 
22, 1943; KK 20370. 

Kohler co., Kohler, Wis. 7730 

Kohler aircraft valves. For aircraft valves. © 
Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20514. 

Kops bros., inc.. New York. 7731, 7732 

For foundation garments: 

Her nemo thrives on soap and water. © Sept. 
8, 1943; KK 20773. 

How many nemos does she need, etc. © Aug. 
12, 1943; KK 20460. 

La Bonte (John) Chicago, 7733 

La Bonte calculator. For calculator. © June 
15, 1943; KK 20372. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

7734-7750 
For disinfectant: 

Accuses friend as husband-snatcher. © Aug. 
11, 1943; KK 20564. 

Easy does it. Kitchen hint. © Aug. 18, 1943; 
KK 20628. 

Got athlete's foot? © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 
20562. 

I'm your wife, remember 1?? I © Aug. 10, 
1943; KK 20697. 



What about me when my doctor goes to war? 
© Aug. 20^ 1943; KK 20629. 

You re stealii^ my husband 1 © Sept. 7, 1943; 
KK 20744. 

For tooth powder: 

Pebeco Pete says: Here's how to save, etc. 
© Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20563. 

Pebeco Pete says: I give you teeth, etc. © 
July 13, 1943; KK 20558. 

Pebeco Pete says: I give you teeth, etc. © 
Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20698. 

Pebeco Pete says: I make your brightest 
smile come back. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 20627. 

Pebeco Pete says: I make your molars, etc. 
© July 27, 1943; KK 20560. 

Pebeco Pete says: I specialize in budget 
stretching, etc. © July 20, 1943; KK 20559. 

Pebeco Pete says: I specialize in budget 
stretching, etc. © Sept. 7, 1943; KK 20743. 

Pebeco Pete says: The brightest smiles, 
etc. © Aug. 3, 1943; KK 20561. 

Rapidly and completely spermicidal. For anti- 
septic jelly. © July 1, 1943; KK 20342. 

Should a marine kiss a girlwith his hat on? For 
deodorant cream. © July 27, 1943; KK 20642. 

They fell in love at noon! For cosmetics. © 
Sept. 10, 1943; KK 20764. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 7751-7755 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer I Says 
Arleen Whelan. © July 26, 1943; KK 20352. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Jack Haley. © July 1, 1943; KK 20353. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Jack Haley. © July 1, 1943; KK 20355. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Says 
Leo Durocher. © June 25, 1943- KK 20354. 

My beer is Rheingold, tne dry beer! Says 
Leo Durocher. © July 12, 1943; KK 20356. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 7756-7765 
For cigarettes: 

At home and over there, it's Chesterfield. 
3 nurses. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20461. 

For your pleasure Cue says, see Oklahoma. 
© Sept. 3, 1943; KK 20655. 

From tobacco land to no man's land. © Aug. 

1, 1943; KK 20373 

Makers of Chesterfields. Research dept. © 
July 22, 1943; KK 20462„ 

Scientific tests. Moisture content. © Aug. 
5, 1943; KK 20464. 

Tobaccos bought at the auctions, etc. © Sept. 

2, 1943; KK 20782. 

True to their pledge. Doctor. © July 8, 1943; 
KK 20463. 

Where men are men. Merchant marine. © 
Aug. 22, 1943; KK 20548. 

Master pipe tobacco. Marine. For pipe tobacco. 
© Aug. 25, 1943; KK 20783. 

Mine's Velvet for better smoking. For pipe 
smoking. © July 23, 1943; KK 20391. 

Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp.. Bur- 
bank, Calif. 7766 
Introducing the navy's first land-based bomber, 

LA-208M. For aircraft. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 

20681. 

Long (Hugh), d. b. a. Universal tool-drive tool co., 
Los Angeles. 7767 

U. T-D fittings for better plumbing [and] U. 
T-D tools for better plumbing service. For plumb- 
ing fittings and tools. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20777. 



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Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 7768, 7769 

For nail polish: 

I use dura-gloss. © July 25, 1943; KK 20393. 

1 use dura-gloss. © Aug, 25, 1943; KK 
20771. 

McElroy (Theodore Roosevelt) Boston. 7770 

McElroy chart of codes and signals. For mach. 
& tape for transcription of radio & telegraph 
signals. © May 2, 1943; KK 20778. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, 111. 7771, 7772 

For electric toasters for commercial use: 

How toastmaster toast made this thrifty dish 
a profit maker. © Dec, 1, 1942; KK 20652, 

2 ways to beat high food costs! © Sept, 30, 
1942; KK 20653. 

Masonite corp., Chicago. 7773-7778 

Controlled building temperatures. For insula- 
tion materials. © Apr, 20, 1943; KK 20381. 
For buildii^ materials: 

Old hand at new jobs! © Feb, 20, 1943; KK 
20378, 

Speaking of mousetraps. © Mar. 26, 1943; 
KK 20380. 

Story of a 9-year bath. © Feb, 10, 1943; KK 
20377, 

For die stock: 

Light on weight, heavy on duty. © Mar. 4, 
1943; KK 20379. 

Women workers can handle masonite die 
stock. © May 1, 1943; KK 20382. 

Master surgical Instrument corp., Irvington, N. J. 

7779, 7780 
For surgical instruments: 

Fabricantesde forceps hemostaticos y tijeras 
quirurgicas. © July 20, 1943; KK 20682. 

Master surgical instruments prove that the 
finest need not be the costliest. © July 15, 1943; 
KK 20570. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co,, Springfield, Mass. 7781 

How accurate is your vocabulary? For diction- 
ary. © July 2, 1943; KK 20512, 

Michigan allied poultry industries, inc., Lansing, 
Mich, 7782, 7783 

For poultry and eggs: 

Are you vith me? I've always been a farm- 
er, etc. © Mar, 10, 1943; KK 20739, 

Michigan graded eggs and poultry products. 
Eggs now pitching for America - relieving meat. 
© Mar, 10, 1943; KK 20740. 

Mobley (Paul N.) Detroit. 7784 

Bowling, here are the keys to be a good bowler. 
For bowling indicator. © July 17, 1943; KK 20711. 



Moglen mfg. co., New York. 

Insignia scarf order blank. 
Sept. 3, 1943; KK 20680. 



7785 
For scarfs. © 



Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 7786 

Sh-h-hl He's in charge of post-war planning! 
For oil heating appliances. © July 19, 1943; KK 
20349, 

Movado watch agency, Inc., New York. 7787 

Movado astronic. For Movado watches. © Aug. 
15, 1943; KK 20705. 



National cylinder gas co,, Chicago. 7788, 7789 

Close tolerance shape cutting. For torch 

cutting machines, © June 29, 1943; KK 20399. 
New rego GV welding torch. For welding 

torches, © July 4, 1943; KK 20400. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

7790-7792 
For vitamin D milk: 

How can you help rescue your profits? © 
Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20450. 

Milk is short. © July 29, 1943; KK 20402. 
Now she can afford a premium milk. © 
July 29, 1943; KK 20401, 

New York subways advertising co,, inc. New York. 

7793-7796 
For editorial cards and station posters: 

Old No, Ten's burning up the avenue today! 
© Aug, 2, 1943; KK 20434, 

So-o-o you're selling ideas, now! © July 30, 
1943; KK 20433. 

There goes Old No. 10 again! © June 28, 
1943; KK 20432. 

250 words of copy on a subway card, you 
must be nuts! © Aug. 9, 1943; KK 20435. 

Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 7797, 7798 
For toilet tissue: 

Gentle northern gives you these important 
tissue qualities. © July 9, 1943; KK 20347. 

Gentle northern tissue, soft and safe. © 
June 30, 1943; KK 20348. 

Nott mfg. CO. See Harkins (Robert Henry), d. b. a. 
Nott mfg. CO. 

Olmsted (R. C.) & Paulson (Carl) New York, 7799 
H-0 load transfer joint for airfield runways, 
highways and concrete structures. For joint units. 
© Aug, 20, 1943; KK 206S5. 

O'Neill (John R.) Brooklyn, 7800 

War bond album. For war bond album. © Aug. 
11, 1943; KK 20734. 

Ortho products, inc., Linden, N. J. 7801-7803 

For vaginal jelly: 

Daughter of the White Mountain, © July 15, 
1943; KK 20760. 

Potion of willow. © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20756. 

Prescription 3500 years ago. © Aug. 15, 
1943; KK 20759, 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 7804 

Geared to the needs of an industry at war. For 
garage doors. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20394, 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee, Milwaukee. 

7805, 7806 
For beer: 

Here's a Hallowe'en treat. © Sept. 17, 1943; 
KK 20775. 

Question, what will happen, etc. © July 24, 
1943; KK 20774. 

Perfect circle co., Hagerstown, Ind. 7807 

You can't laugh off triple action. For piston 
rings. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 20495, 

Peterson (Anton) Chicago, 7808 

20% to 80% production increase .,, with the 
Jacobs precision cross ~feed lathe control. For 
machine tool. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20626, 



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Pfanstiehl chemical co., Waukegan, m. 7809-7811 
For diamond dental drills: 

Hardest thing in the world, © Sept. 10, 1943; 
KK 20767. 

Nobody can save time. © Sept. 5, 1943; KK 
20766. 

Pfanstiehl diamond dental drills. © Aug. 
30, 1943; KK 20765. 



Pfister associated growers, inc., El Paso, 111. 



7812 



Man, that's corn. For seed corn. © Aug. 15, 
1942; KK 20576. 

Pond (A. H.) CO., inc., Syracuse. 7813 

Genuine-registered keepsake daimond engage- 
ment ring. For diamond engagement rings. © 
Sept. 10, 1942; KK 20726. 

Press-on, inc., New York. 7814, 7815 

For adhesive mending tape: 

Cut mending and dressmaking time. © Aug, 
1, 1943; KK 20404. 

Now press-on mending tape helps you con- 
serve. © A»^. 1, 1943; KK 20515. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 7816-7818 

For cottonseed oil: 

Frying tips. © May 14, 1943; KK 20491. 
Hunter's salad. © June 15, 1943; KK 20415. 
So lovely to look at, so practical! For shampoo. 
© Aug. 25, 1943; KK 20727. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp,, St. Louis. 7819 
Make sure America's engines outlast the war. 
For piston rings. © Aug. 8, 1943; KK 20484. 

Real silk hosiery mills, inc., Indianapolis, 7820 
Shop at home this summer with realsilk. For 
wearing apparel. © July 6, 1942; KK 20376. 

Reynolds (Harry M.) Columbus, O. 7821 

Renite lubrication for hot-working or forming 

metal or glass ware. For lubrication. © May 17, 
1943; KK 20699. 

Roma wine co., Fresno, Calif. 7822 

The more you buy, the more you'll have. For 
wine. © June 27, 1943; KK 20388. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 7823 

Roytype carbon paper. For carbon paper. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20351. 

Ruppert (Jacob) brewery. New York. 7824, 7825 

What makes Ruppert taste just right? Boy 

carrying football. For ale. © Oct. 29, 1942; KK 

20613. 

What makes Ruppert taste just right? Boy 

falling over rolling pins. For beer. © Oct. 15, 

1942; KK 20612. 

Savitt, inc., Hartford. 7826-7828 

For jewelry: 

Grow a diamond now, © Apr. 13, 1943; KK 
20691. 

Happy anniversary to you. © May 28, 1943; 
KK 20692 

Here comes the bride. © May 5, 1943; KK 
20690. 

SchoU mfg. CO., Inc., Chicago. 7829 

Dr. SchoU's laminex arch supports. For plas- 
tic supports for weak arch, tired, aching, painful 
feet. © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 20489. 



Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 7830 

Saving horsepower to save freedom. For piston 
rings. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20459. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 7831-7833 

For lighting wicks for Servel burners: 

Lighting wicks, part no. 5383-9 [cards] © 
Aug. 14, 1943; KK 20471. 

Lighting wicks, part no. 5383-10 [cards] © 
Aug. 14, 1943; KK 20472. 

Servel subzero and statosphere uniik for ex- 
tremely low temperatures. For refrigerating 
machines. © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20398. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 

7834-7839 
For writing equipment: 

Ask for skrip instead of ink. © Aug. 21, 
1943; KK 20596. 

Home, sweet home, on a bugle, that's mail 
call. © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 20595. 

Like a short furlough home, your letter! © 
Aug. 20, 1943; KK 20594. 

Their fireside moments, letters from home. 
© Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20593. 

There's no magic like letters. © Aug. 26, 
1943; KK 20598. 

Your handwriting puts the vitamins Y. O. U. 
into letters! © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 20597. 

Shreveport drug co., inc., Shreveport, La. 7840 

King Sol Mana catalog. For oils, roots & curios. 
© Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20580. 

Siegal (M. B.) Chicago. 7841-7844 

For flints and wicks for lighters: 

Flame flints and wicks. © July 1, 1942; KK 
20359. 

Ha-wi-an America's best sure fire flints and 
wicks. © July 1, 1942; KK 20358. 

Shurlite flints and wicks. © July 1, 1942; 
KK 20360. 

University blend flints and wicks. © July 1, 
1942; KK 20357. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 7845 

Singer long cylinder machine 11-26. Form 

9516, revised 643. For manufacturing sewing 
machine. © July 22, 1943; KK 20511. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 7846 

Far-sighted employer's attitude, etc. For 
hearing aid. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20683. 

Stamp-on initals, inc., New York. 7847 

Stamp -on initials. For transfers, for initialing 
personal articles of wearing apparel. © July 20, 
1943; KK 20543. 

Stromberg- Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 7848 

To a lady who's never known the wonders of 
peace. For radios. © Aug. 18, 1943; KK 20648. 

Studebaker corp,. South Bend, Ind. 7849, 7850 

Studebaker military trucks, like our Yanks, 

are certainly seeing the world. For military trucks. 

© Aug. 13, 1943; KK 20340. 

We tip our hat to another great American. For 

airplane engines and military trucks. © Aug. 18, 

1943; KK 20397. 

Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 7851-7853 

For neckties: 

Everything that's nice in a tie by superba. © 
Oct. 9, 1942; KK 20749. 



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It's the V people see. Coronado. © June 15, 
1942; KK 20750. 

It's the V people see. Sugar and spice. © 
June 12, 1942; KK 20751. 

Taylor instrumentcos., Rochester, N.Y. 7854-7856 
New case for Taylor industrial thermometers. 

For industrial thermometer cases. © June 30, 

1943; KK 20745. 

Taylor control systems for food dehydration. 

Bulletin 98163, August, 1943. For instruments for 

food dehydration. © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20746. 

Taylor general purpose thermometers. Catalog 

100-A, June, 1943 edition. For general purpose 

thermometers. © Aug. 5, 1943; KK 20761. 

Taylorcraft aviation Corp., Alliance, O. 7857 

Taylorcraft hedge-hopper. For airplanes. © 
July 30, 1943; KK 20392. 

Timken roller bearing co., Detroit. 7858 

Buy U. S. war bonds. For Timken roller bear- 
ings. © July 7, 1943; KK 20748. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 7859-7861 

For beer: 

Cultivating a taste for Altes lager's etc. © 
Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20502. 

Cultivating a taste for Altes lager's, etc. © 
Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20582. 

When we proclaimed our freedom here, etc. 
© June 23, 1943; KK 20447. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 7862-7866 

Blacaulk [catalog page] For caulking and glazing 
material. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 20615. 

Mulsomastic flooring. For floor resurfacing 
material. © Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20409. 

Tremco maintenance experience. New roofs 
versus renewed roofs^ For roof repairing materi- 
als. © Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20408. 

Tremco maintenance experience [bulletin] Save 
irreplaceable steel sash. For window glazing 
material. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 20585. 

Tremco muUion buttering compound. For mas- 
tic material to seal sash around window. © Aug. 
25, 1943; KK 20583. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co.. New York. 7867, 7868 
To the girl he left behind him. For typewriters. 
© Aug. 16, 1943; KK 20722. 

Where office machines can't be coddled. Under- 
wood's the choice. For office machines. © Aug. 
16, 1943; KK 20723. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 7869-7878. 

For roofing: 

Arro-lock shingles, RF-43. © Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 20428. 

Giant Dutch lap shingles, RF-35. © Apr. 9, 
1943; KK 20427. 

Grip-lock shingles, RF-21. © Apr. 10, 1943; 
KK 20426. 

Sil-o-ett textured roofing, RF-93-D. © Apr. 
21, 1943; KK 20425. 

Thick butt shingles, RF-30. © Apr. 9, 1943; 
KK 20419. 

3 tab hexagon shingles, RF-15. © Apr. 9, 
1943; KK 20420 

2 tab hexagon shingles, RF-14. © Apr. 9, 
1943; KK 20424. 
For siding: 

Asbestos cement siding, ACR-12. © June 12, 
1943; KK 20421. 



Glatex siding, ACR-30. © Apr. 21, 1943; 
KK 20422. 

Roll brick asphalt siding, RF-38. © Apr. 
21, 1943, KK 20423. 

Universal tool -drive tool co. See Long (Hugh), 
d. b. a. Universal tool-drive tool co. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 7879-7881 

For eye glasses: 

I was afraid I'd look like that! © Sept. 11, 
1942; KK 20504. 

Lines to a lady are embarrassing. © Aug. 
20, 1942; KK 20482. 

My granddaughter put me wise. © Aug. 20, 
1943; KK 20452. 

Valve pilot Corp., New York. 7882-7884 

For recording instruments: 

Valve pilot tape talks, no. 43. © Aug. 19, 
1943; KK 20488. 

Valve pilot tape talks, no. 44. © Aug. 19, 
1943; KK 20487. 

Valve pilot tape talks, no. 45. © Aug. 19, 
1943; KK 20486. 

Vega aircraft corp. Lockheed aircraft corp. See 
Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp. 

Vegex Corp., New York. 7885 

Vegex. For vegetable food. © Sept. 29, 1942; 
KK 20524. 

Vinco Corp., Detroit. 7886 

Invasion starts with millionths of an inch For 

precision instruments. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20684. 

Vivaudou (Jean) co., inc.. New York. 7887 

More than one to a customer. For toiletries. 
© Aug. 1, 1942; KK 20785 

Warren petroleum corp., Tulsa, Okl. 7888 

Chemical grade hydrocarbons. For liquefied 
petroleum gas and aviation gasoline. © July 19, 
1943; KK 20366. 

Wayne knitting mill?. Belle-Sharmeer div.. Fort 
Wayne. 7889, 7890 

For women's stockings: 

Belle-Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes. 
Fit them better and they'll be prettier legs than 
ever! © Sept. 1, 1942; KK 20715. 

Belle-Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes. 
Fitting messengers for your fondest Christmas 
wishes. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 20716. 

Webster (Warren) & co., Camden, N. J. 7891, 7892 
For heat controls: 

Better heating with rationed fuel. © July 26, 
1943; KK 20365. 

How to get more heat with less fuel. © Aug. 
30, 1943; KK 20651. 

Wells (Max E.) Greensboro, N. C. 7893 

Progressive sales commission system For 
soap, © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 20616. 

Wembley, inc.. New Orleans. 7894 

Label. For neck ties. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
20656. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div.. 
New Haven. 7895, 7896 



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no. 8, 1943 



7906 



For flashlight batteries: 

But kitchen blackouts in U. S. A. injured 30 
times as many! © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 20707. 

This outstanding battery feature gets the 
business for Bond retailers. © Nov. 5, 1942; KK 
20407. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 

CO. dlv., New Haven. 7897-7901 

8 miles up to the stratosphere go Lockheed 

lightnings. For radiator core tubes. © July 31, 

1943; KK 20451. 

For ammunition: 

Our hearts are mighty close to these boys. 
© Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20709. 

We know your hearts, too, are mighty close 
to these boys. © Aug. 7, 1943; KK 20675, 

Winchester's famous shotgun old reliable. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20676. 

What happens to oil cooler tubes. For radiator 
tubes. © Aug. 14, 1943; KK 20710. 



Westinghouse electric & mfg. co.. East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. 7902 

Proper care means longer wear. For house- 
hold electric appliances. © Sept. 15, 1942; KK 
20772. 

Weyerhaeuser sales co., St. Paul. 7903 

Build the job with timber framing. For lumber 
engineering. © Oct. 1, 1942; KK 20614. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western 
cartridge co. See Western cartridge co. Win- 
chester repeating arms co. div. 

Woehler (Conrad W.) New York, 7904-7906 

For pillow: 

Fox hole pillow. © July 6, 1943; KK 20577. 

[Illustration of soldiers using pillow] © July 
6, 1943; KK 20547, 

[Illustration of soldiers using pillow] © July 
6, 1943; KK 20578. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943--- 2,962 



179 



LABELS 



Salsama ial^OFatPPy. §SS. Chator (Chaim), d. b. a. 
8alpaiM Jabpr^pry. 

Perg 0amep) Ms. Nprth (George O.) 

gergep (Herman 3.), 4. b. a. standard pharma- 
pputtpal cp,, Npw yprk. 7907 

Valerianets, ]Por pharmaceutical products. © 

AHg. ?4, 1943; 1C?C 2Q606, 

9erKowttz (Shep C), d. b. a. Holly -woodies, Los 
ARgeles. 7908 

HpUy-Wopdies, For wooden soles. © June 21, 

1943; JGK 20418. 

Sestej^ products co. §ge Clasky (Albert), d. b. a. 
Gestex products co. 

Bird & son, inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 7909 

Custom lane. For shoe box. © Aug. 24, 1943; 
KK 20735. 

Boward (Earl Milton) Los Angeles. 7910 

Uncle Sam's latest game. For game. © Apr. 
21, 1943; KK 20713. 

Bridglord meat co., San Diego, Calif. 7911 

Bridgford's frozen baked beans. For frozen 
baked beans. © Aug. 9, 1943; KK 20686. 

Brodsky (Ruth), d. b. a. Luminescent novelties of 
California, Los Angeles. 7912 

Luminescent signal-glove. For glove, cotton, 

sprayed with luminous paint. © July 25, 1943; KK 

20499. 

California & Hawaiian si^ar refining corp. ltd., 
San Francisco. 7913 

C and H sugar, pure cane XXXXXX confectioners 

powdered. For refined sugar. © Aug. 2, 1943; KK 

20406. 

Chalmers (Harvey) & son, inc., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

7914, 7915 

Mytifine pearls for men's shirts. For pearl 
buttons. © Sept. 9, 1943; KK 20741, 

Mytifine pearls for pajamas. For pearl buttons. 
© Sept. 9, 1943; KK 20742. 

Chator (Chaim), d. b. a. Balsama laboratory, New 
York. 7916 

Crem-dehy all ointment base. For desiccated 

ointment and cosmetic base. © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 

20731. 

Chef Boy-ar-dee quality foods, inc., Milton, Pa. 

7917 
Chef Boy-ar-dee victory dinner [carton] For 
macaroni and cheese with sauce. © Aug. 5, 1943; 
KK 20531. 

Chemitex products. See Tutelman (Mark S.), d. 
b. a. Chemitex products. 

Clasky (Albert), d. b. a. Bestex products co., De- 
troit. 7918 
Bestex. For automative chemical compounds. 

O Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20458. 



Collins (Ashton B.), d. b. a. Reddy Kilowatt, New 
York. 7919, 7920 

For electrical outlet fixtures: 

My address is your nearest outlet Reddy 
Kilowatt, trade mark. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 20500. 

Reddy Kilowatt [outlet in circle trademark] 
© Aug. 6, 1943; KK 20454. 

Comfort paper Corp., San Francisco. 7921 

4 roll family-pak. Comfort tissue. For toilet 
paper. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 20704. 

Cooperative grange league federation exchange, 
inc., Ithaca, N. Y. 7922 

Old Jug extra fancy New Orleans table molasses. 

For molasses. © Aug. 26, 1943; KK 20781. 

Cressler (Edward Payson) Newton, Kan. 7923-7930 
For dentifrice tablet: 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rins-er- 
dent pellets. 14 pellets for twice a day. © July 
16, 1943; KK 20479. 

Dawn of a new day In a dentifrice, rins-er- 
dent pellets. Have you ever watched peoples 
mouths, etc. © July 16, 1943; KK 20481. 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rlns-er- 
dent pellets. If you don't take care of your teeth, 
etc. © July 16, 1943; KK 20474. 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rlns-er- 
dent pellets. No matter how you spell the new 
cleaning dentifrice. © July 16, 1943; KK 20480. 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rins-er- 
dent pellets. Oh! Ouch I I'm the toothache. © 
July 16, 1943; KK 20478. 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rins-er- 
dent pellets. Pellets complete. © July 16, 1943; 
KK 20476. 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rlns-er- 
dent pellets. Pellets for your mouth and teeth. © 
July 16, 1943; KK 20477. 

Dawn of a new day in a dentifrice, rlns-er- 
dent pellets. Your mouth is the most Important 
part of your body. © July 16, 1943; KK 20475. 

Dernehl (Herbert U.) Shorewood, Wis. 7931 

Madame de Pompadour, hair curling tissues. 
For scented hair curlers. © Aug. 9, 1943; KK 
20390. 

Eagle vineyard products co., San Francisco. 7932 
Eagle vlnejrard brand. For bottled wine. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20581. 

Eastman kodak CO., Rochester, N. Y. 7933 

Eastman film. For photographic film. © Aug. 
4, 1943; KK 20510. 

Forbes (Isaac R.), d. b. a. Southern chemical co., 
Gastonia, N. C. 7934 

Nok-out-bam. For rat and mouse exterminating 

poison. © Aug. 7, 1943; KK 20714. 

Gold (William) New York. 7935 

One man tells another. For men's clothing. © 
Aug. 27, 1943; KK 20624. 



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6rlttltli (Mrs. Hornet), d. b. a. Irene Wigtoii cb., 
Hollywood, Callt, 7§36 

trehe Wigton's iiolljrwood hbse. fof fcosmetic. 

© Atlg. iO, 1§43; KK 20599. 

Mahsen's (Chr.) laboratofyj Int., Litti§ iFalls, N. t. 

|unket brand butter color. For cfei-tlflfed coioi". 
© June 7, 1943; KK 2050l 

Moague-Sprague cdi-p.^ Lynn^ Mass. 73^^^ 7d§§ 

For shoe boxes: 

fowershoes by shbepower, P86ABy ^"868; 
© July 27, 1943; Kfe 20^56; 

Sommer & Kaiiiiiian, 3 42l AS. © jiily l6j 
1943; KK 20555. 

Mobbs (W. M.) sui)i)ijr cb.^ Sail (jkii-ei Wis; 

•7940-7942 
for paint: 

Fat-mbte special quaiii|j ia.t tix&t^ krm 
lialhi ibr ybili- itibne^. © Aiig. 24^ 1943; kk ^0792. 
Mbtispebiai sb&bidi ^U^iliy extetibi- hbUse 
paihi. i) Adg. ^4, ii43} kit imi. 

Moiisuper suii^t (jtiaiity ekiei-ibi' hbti^g {iaiht. 

© Aug. i4, i§43; kk imi. 

H611y^wbotiie§: Mi gerkbinritz (^h^p 6.)^ d. b. a. 
Mbliy-Wbbdies: 

IsLt&ioM biig. eb.^ Lb^ Aiig^i^^: ?d4i 

l^yktbhef. #'oi- cbii^e substitute aM diluUilt. © 
Apr. §, 1943; kk 120^^: 

Ibhn^bfi (Willidig Mii^H) ir,, J!^eilt^ ¥drk. ?d44 

Wings bl love Uie t>iHi^s bl trictbi^^ f bt lab^l 

Ibi- fellgibilk iiter&tiii-6 bulleiih, Atid bbdk^, <^ 

Aig. s?, i94d; m. mu. 

ketut) (g. F.) itit:i Sbiiigi-yille, U^b§, iU^^IQ^i 

Fbf Hilts I 

kemp s saH^A i^itiibiitis in tlie gheil. © July 

y, ld4§; % ^0544. 

kemp s salted dlmonds s^ietited; © Oee. 10» 
194^, kk 20338. 

kemt^^s suited t«ashewg i&Mf, © Aug. 4, 
1942; kk 20331; 

kemp's g&iied miked niii&. S fuly 36, 1942; 
Kk 20329. 

kemp'§ Malted peanuts blanched Vlfginias. 
© luiy 22, 1942; IsK 20330. 

keup^s salted peanuts, eittt^ large. © July 
22, 1942; kk 26332, 

keup's Salted p@gans mammoth. © Aug. 6, 
1942; kK 20328, 

kemp's salted Spanish peanuts. © July 31, 
1942; kk 20333. 

kemp's stepahead salted nuts. © July 28, 
1942; kk 20334. 

Lewis (Howard Clark), d. b. a. Lewis' laboratory, 
fiast Providence, R. 1. 7954 

CoeeidiosiB 6 drop miracle for chickens. For 

chicken, poultry, medicine, © Aug. 19, 1943; KK 

20576. 

Lewis' laboratory. See Lewis (Howard Clark), 
d. b. a. Lewis' laboratory. 

Lewis national supply corp., Boston. 7955-7958 
For dye stuffs: 

Hywite. © July 15, 1943; KK 20603. 
Seablue. © July 15, 1943; KK 20601. 



Soiblue; © |uly 13, 1943} KK 20660 
SuMjeam. © July IS, 1943) kk 



Lichtman (Harry) New Ifoi-k. 7959-"?S62 

Fot stamped gbbds and acdessof ies to make a 
doll: 

^Kjr^make snuggln dails, t)uteh boy. © June 
1, 1943; kk 20364. 

Misy-make snuggle dblls, tiutehgitli © June 
ij 1943) kk 20361. 

Ezy-make sniiggle dails, Oingham Jack. © 
}un6 1, 1943; kk 20363; 

isy-make snuggle dbils, 3ingham Jill. © 
June 1, 1943; kk 20362. 

Luminescent noyelties ot Calilotnia. get Brodsky 
(fiuth), d. b. a. Luminescent novelties of Call" 
fbrnia. 

Mandei (Majt) Kew Yoirk. 7963 

Vagabonds slack SockS. fot* slack socks ind 

hosiery and underwear. © June 15, 1943; Kk 20689. 

Menasha products CO., Menasha, Wis. 7964 

Crard^n fresh foocte. fQt (foisen food. © Aug. 
is, 1943; kk 206^?. 

Nofth ((Jeorge 0.) & Befg (James) Minneapolis. 

7965 
^Hnksation. f&t beverage. © Aug. 14, 1943; 
kk 16414, 

Nofthefn distributing e@. Set Seott (Douglas E.), 
d; b. a. tiofthetn distributing co. 

Nusomaiia 60. §gg SulUvan (John L.), d. b. a. 
Kusoiiiana eo. 

^age (Lester N;) Chicago. 7966 

Page boy. For beverage. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 
20412. 

Pollock paper & box co., Dallas. 7967 

Lane s qualitjr ice cream. For ice cream. © 
Aug. 3, 1943; kK 20703. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 7968 

Press-on mending tape. For thermoplastic 
mending tape. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 20732. 

tteddy Kilowatt. See Collins (Ashton B.), d. b. a. 
Heddy Kilowatt. 

Rice (Ferman C), d. b. a. Rice (F. C.) medicine 
mfg. CO., San Angelo, Tex. 7969 

Smear no. 21 [label] For a medicated salve. © 

Jan. 1, 1943; KK 20530. 

Rice (F. C.) medicine mfg. co. See Rice (Ferman 
C), d. b. a. Rice (F. C.) medicine mfg. co. 

Rico products CO., Tampa, Fla. 7970 

Rico brand. For grapefruit juice. © July 13, 
1943; KK 20790. 

Ruzak industries. New York. 797*1, 7972 

For appliques: 

Re(ty-cut appliques. © June 30, 1943; KK 
20633. 

Redy-cut appliques. This package contains 
1 tissue transfer, etc. © June 30, 1943; KK 
20632. 



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Saunders (Carleton E.) Nutley, N, J, 7973 

Paya. For papaya with honey as described in 
label. © Aug. 10, 1943; KK 20641, 

SchoU mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 7974 

Dr. SchoU's height elevators. For arch supports 
to make you appear taller. © Apr. 1, 1941; KK 
20490. 

Scott (Douglas E.), d. b. a. Northern distributing 
CO,, Thief River Falls, Minn. 7975 

Whitex. For bleach. © Dec, 28, 1940; KK 

20446. 

Skinner mfg. co., Omaha. 7976, 7977 

For food products: 

Skinner's large elbow macaroni. © July 27, 
1943; KK 20631. 

Skinner's ready cut spaghetti. © July 27, 
1943; KK 20630. 

Sleep-shade co., San Francisco. 7978 

Sleep-shade. For eye covering, © Aug. 16, 
1943; KK 20724. 

Slumber products corp,, Memphis, Tenn. 7979 

Slumber gold cross. For mattresses and bed- 
ding. © Mar. 17, 1943, KK 20701. 

South coast Corp., New Orleans. 7980 

County fair syrup [label] For sugar cane syrup, 
© Aug. 12, 1943; KK 20694. 

Southern chemical co. See Forbes (Isaac R.), 
d, b. a. Southern chemical co. 

Standard chemical co., Brooklyn. 7981 

Meritol. For cosmetics, © June 20, 1943; KK 
20736. 

Standard pharmaceutical co. See Berger (Herman 
S,) , d, b, a. Standard pharmaceutical co. 

Stanley home products, inc., Westfield, Mass. 

7982-7992 
For liquid floor wax: 

Stanley E=Z glow wax. © Oct. 10, 1942; KK 
20661. 

Stanley E-Z glow wax. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 
20662. 

For preparation for cleaning windows: 

Stanley window clean. © Oct. 10, 1942; KK 
20660, 

Stanley window clean. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 
20664, 

Stanley bowl cleaner. For preparation for clean 
ing toilet bowls, © Apr. 15, 1943; KK 20658. 

Stanley E-Z cleaner. For liquid for cleaning 
painted and enameled surface. © Oct. 10, 1942; 
KK 20657, 



Stanley floor cleaner and wax remover. For 
preparation for cleanir^ floor and removing wax 
therefrom, © Apr. 12, 1943; KK 20665. 

Stanley furniture cream. For furniture polish. 
© Apr. 12, 1943; KK 20666. 

Stanley germ=trol. For liquid disinfectant, de- 
odorant, germicide, © Mar, 10, 1943; KK 20663, 

Stanley metal polish. For metal polish for 
aluminum, pewter, nickel and brass, © Dec, 17, 
1942, KK 20659, 

Stanley upholstery and rug shampoo. For prep- 
aration for cleaning rugs and upholstery, © Dec. 
17, 1942; KK 20667. 

Sullivan (John L.), d. b. a. Nusomana co., Youngs- 
town, O. 7993 
Nusomana, For candy. © June 9, 1943; KK 

20473. 

Sun gold canning co., Tampa, Fla, 7994 

Garden gold. For tomatoes. © July 12, 1943; 
KK 20789. 

Super-fine products, inc., Atlanta. 7995 

Bottler's super-fine cola concentrate. For cola 
concentrate for bottlers, © Aug, 6, 1943; KK 
20325. 

Tavern fruit juice co., inc., Brooklyn. 7996 

Rexley's pure maple flavored honey. For honey. 
© May 16, 1943; KK 20788, 

Tutelman (Mark S.), d. b. a. Chemitex products, 
Philadelphia. 7997 

Clar o lens. For clothes for cleaning and 

polishing lenses. © June 15, 1943, KK 20762,. 

Universal mfg, co,, Kansas City, Mo, 7998 

Jar-o'-do. For games. © Aug. 2, 1943; KK 
20405, 

Veribest products co., St, Louis, 7999 

Vitapep. For vitamin B deficiency tonic, 
appetizer. © July 31, 1943; KK 20702, 

Wakem & McLaughlin, inc., Chicago. 8000, 8001 
For distilled dry gin: 

Way-mac club. © Apr. 11, 1943; KK 20326, 
Way mac club. © May 13, 1943; KK 20327, 

Wendel (Paul) Brooklyn. 8002 

Tatoe mix. For granular food powder. © Aug. 
23, 1943; KK 20516. 

Wigton (Irene) co. See Griffith ( Mrs, Homer), d. 
b. a. Irene Wigton co. 

Woehler (Conrad W.) New York, 8003 

Fox hole pillow. For pillow. © July 6, 1943; 
KK 20763. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 



567 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACfS OF CONGBESS OF MARCH .3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 9 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 

The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration " 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2 00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog ai-e now as follows: 

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Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

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Part 2, Periodicals - - 2.00 

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Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers -50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

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of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk {*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Adams (Mary Elizabeth)* 8004 

Border design. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1943; G 42288. 

Anderson (Lawrence Tilman)* 8005 

World war no. 2. © 1 c. Aug, 30, 1943; G 42240. 

Anderson-Friberg co. 8006-8019 

Anderson (George): 

Corbin memorial, 3019. © Aug. 24, 1942; G 
42238. 

Detore memorial, 2179. © Ai^. 12, 1943; G 
42258. 

Rhode (Charles H. & Harriet M.) marker, 
3050. © Sept. 25, 1943; G 42239. 
Conery (V. V.) Memorial; 

Clapper, 2177. - Hamilton, 2169. - Hawkins, 
2178. - Lohrman, 2172. - Sullivan, 2174. - Troyan, 
2173. © Aug. 12, 1943; G 42247, 42250, 42253-42255, 
42257. 

Jamieson (John) Memorial; 

Milland, 2170. - Thomas, 2171. - Thormin, 
2168. - Weidner, 2176. - Westman, 2175. © Aug. 
12, 1943; G 42248, 42249, 42251, 42252, 42256 

Balancio (Mariano Libadia)* 8020 

Defenders of democracy. [Roosevelt (President) 
and General Douglas MacArthur, with the map of the 
Philippines] © 1 c Sept. 22, 1943; G 42228. 



Bishop (Richard E.)* 

Honkers. © Oct. 1, 1943; G 42275. 



8021 



8022 



Bland (Sarah Dodge) 
Andrews letter shop: 

Polka. [Dancing girl for polkas and other 
dances] © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1943; G 4227 7. 

Brun (Vally Percival)* 8023 

Self portrait of the hermit, Onehu Nose. © 1 c. 
Sept. 7, 1943; G 42236. 

Burchess (Arnold)* 8024, 8025 

Safe return. 

Sailor. - Soldier. © 1 c. each Sept. 29, 1943; 
G 42296, 42297. 

Buttura & sons. 8026-8031 

Conery (Verne V.) Memorial design: 

Bardwell, 678. - Bricknell, 679. - Clayton, 
680. - Drucker, 67b. - Judge, 677 - Meehan, 676. 
© June 24, 1943; G 42259-42264. 

Clarke (Charles) 8032 

Wilkinson (James): 

Doctors lament. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1943; G 
42219. 

Colonial granite co. 8033 

Kastrup (Carl)- 

Breen monument, 303. © Oct. 5, 1943; G 
42270 



Da Prato (A.) co. 8034, 8035 

WooUett (Sidney D.) Station of the Cross, 1499: 

Eighth panel. - Ninth panel © Sept. 1. 1943; 
G 42221, 42222. 



Darby (Harry) 
Pearson (Al): 

Cowboy. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1943; G 42273. 



8036 



8D37 



Eisner (Charlotte) 
Schweitzer (I.). 

Life and life insurance. © 1 c.Sept. 27, 1943; 
G 42237. 

Empire memorials, inc. 8038 

Lippsmeyer (H. J.): 

McCrea memorial. © Feb. 1, 1943; G 42246. 

Graham (Winifred Julia)* 8039 

Night creepers. © 1 c. July 31, 1943; G 42217. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 8040 

Hintermeister (Hy [i. e. John Henry]): 

Introduction. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1943; G 42272. 

How (John Benson)* " 8041 

Victory bell. <& 1 c. Sept. 21, 1943; G 42225. 

Jennewein (C. Paul)* 8042 

Majesty of the law. © IcOct. 6, 1943; G 42279. 

Johnson (William Bush) jrj 8043 

Wings of love, the pinions of victory bulletin. © 
1 c. Aug. 23, 1943; G 42218. 

Kerkering (J. W.) 8044 

Graczak (Ralph Fred): 

Dreams of the golf socks foursome. © 1 c. 
Sept. 13, 1943; G 42233. 

Kirchhoff (Herman F.)* 8045 

Patriotic display sign. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; G 
42265. 

Lafountaine ( Mrs. A. R.) 8046 

Rhyne (Annabelle) 

Animal painting © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1943; G 42274. 

Langford (Carrol Wallace)* 8047 

Pius XII, pope . © June 29, 1943; G 42301 

Levien (Louis) 8048 

Friedman (Rose E.)- 

My thought. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1943; G 42226. 

Mary Fabia ( Sister )* 8049-8051 

Annunciation. - Jesus I trust in Thee. - Madonna 

with lily. © 1 c. each Sept. 7, 1943; G 42289-42291. 

Nofziger (Jay C.)* 8052 

MacArthur ( General) © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1943; G 
42267. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Osborne co. 8053-8057 

Anderson (Harold): 

Love's welcome home, 4849. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1943; G 42286. 

Hintermeister (Hy [i. e. John Henry]): 

Farmer boy. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1943; G 42282. 
MuUer (Annie Benson) 

Baby fishing tackle, 4852. © 1 c. Oct 13, 
1943; G 42283. 
Otto (Walt) 

Bowling girl, 4851 © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1943; G 
42284 

Wilbur (Lawrence L.)- 

Mother and child, 4850 © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1943; 
G 42285. 

Pearson (Charles Warner)* 8058 

Welder girl © 1 c. Sept 30, 1943; G 42271. 

Phelps (Nelson Gordon) 8059 

Sanchez (Miguel). 

Nude figurine. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1943; G 42268. 

Pohl (LaVera Ann) & Miller (Donna P.)* 8080 

Genevieve ( Saint ) of Paris. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1943; G 42227. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 8061, 8062 

Goddess of mercy. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1943; G 

42220. 

Sacred book. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1943; G 42230. 

Quinn (William C.) 8063 

Bengtz (Ture)- 

Dear emblems. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1943; G42224. 

Ripley (Aiden Lassell)* 8064 

Three grouse in snow. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; G 
42234. 

Rolls-Royce, inc. 8065 

McManus (John J.) 

Rolls-Royce lady. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1943; G 
42281 

Ryan (Theresa) 8066 

Roberts (Raymond): 

United nations victory symbol. © 1 c. Sept. 
21, 1943; G 42260. 

Safford (Ruth Perkins)* 8067 

Chapel, United States naval academy. © 1 c. 
Oct. 14, 1943; G 42294. 

Schreiber (William L.)* 8068 

Sick temper, sore anus. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1943; 
G 42235. 



Schwartz (Robert) 8069 

Schwartz (Bob [i. e. Robert]): 

Mopey of the merchant marine. © 1 c. Oct. 
13, 1943; G 42287. 

Silladay (Robert S.) & Sullivan (William F.) 8070 
Silladay (Robert S.): 

Hitler and Hirohito, caricature. © 1 c. Oct. 
9, 1943; G 42278. 

Sisters of charity of St. Augustine. Corp. of the 
motherhouse. 8071 

Saletel (Mary Rosalia, sister) : 

Adorable Head of our Lord and Saviour Jesus 

Christ, true God and true Man. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1943; 

G 42280. 



Stone (Sid) & O'Halloran (George) 
Stone (Sid): 

Pop. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1943; G 42229. 



8072 



Streiferd (Carl Grue)* 8073 

We humans. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1943; G 42293. 

Strine (Paul R.)* 8074 

Anderson memorial, B-100. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1943; G 42223. 

Toran (Alfonso T.)* 8075 

Old Glory. © 1 c. Oct, 13, 1943; G 42295. 

Trebilcock (Paul)* 8076 

Ritchie (Governor Albert C.) of Maryland, por- 
trait. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1943; G 42232. 

Tulk (Alfred James)*" 8077 

Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like 
men, be strong. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; G 42231. 

Vermont marble co. 8078-8082 

Whitehouse (Louis A.)* 

War memorial, D8-0133-A, D8-0140-A, D8- 
0144-A, D8-0153-A, D8-0163-A. © Sept. 24, 1943; 
G 42241-42245. 

Watson (Constance I.) 8083 

Jones (Elmo). 

Justice, peace, humanity. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1943; G 42292. 

Weiblen (Albert) marble & granite co., inc. 8084 
Sinnott (William A.): 

Boccacio tomb-mausoleum. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 
1943; G 42269. 

Wendt (W. C. de) & Gornail (K. P.) 8085 

Wendt (W C. de): 

Victory symbol. © Ic Sept. 10, 1943; G 42276. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



1,014 



184 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Albree (George Norman) 8086-8089 

Bullette-gun type sighting means. © 1 c. Oct. 
12, 1943; 133273, 

Constant eye-level adjustable sighting means. 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1943; 133241. 

Flexmount: a resilient means of attaching a 
sighting telescope to a gun or other vibrating unit, 
© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1943; I 33230. 

Implement for removing detonated primers. © 
1 c. Oct. 1, 1943; 133215. 



Allard (George H.) 

Allard electric plant. 
33234. 



8090 
© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 



Allied purchasing corp. 8091 

Fashion direct wire. © June 1, 1943; K 53764. 

Allotta (Lawrence D.) 8092 

Lucky hassock! © Aug. 10, 1943; K 53823. 

Appel (Maxwell H.) 8093 

Improved inside caliper. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1943; I 
33274. 

Approved marine device co. 8094 

Method of securing Schat patient] skate to suit 
design of deep keel by U. S. coast guard, 5-102. © 
1 c. Sept. 30, 1943; I 33213. 

Arenz (John A.) 8095-8097 

Arenz insulating member wing pulling out of 

porcelain will be prevented, figs. 1-11. © 1 c. 

Sept. 23, 1943; 133181. 

[Arenz new departure claw hammer] © 1 c. 

Oct. 13, 1943; I 33275. 

[Pole line hardware Arenz thread per inch double 

and twin thread single point double cutter] © 1 c. 

Sept. 25, 1943; I 33184. 

Ashley (David) inc. 8098, 8099 

Ariel, by R. MacGregor. © Sept. 9, 1943; K 

53879. 

South Atlantic, by Josef M. Arentz. © Sept, 9, 

1943; K 53880. 

Bacon (Vaue:han R.) 8100 

Approximate load division between transformers 
and transformer banks having equal ratios but 
dissimilar impedances. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1943; I 
33272. 

Baer (Louis) 8101 

Arrow lock book cover. © 1 c. Oct, 2, 1943; I 
33235. 

Baker (Flora Birum) 8102 

Flexible doll body pattern. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1943; 
I 33212. 



Bartlett (Dana) galleries. 
Bartlett (Dana): 



8103, 8104 



Kuan yin with lotus, - Ming vase. © Aug. 1, 
1943; K 53861, 53862. 

Barton (Frederick H.) 8105 

Moisture -free combination salt and pepper 
shaker, © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; I 33188. 

Bauer (Albert G.) 8106 

Drafting protractor and improvements. © 1 c, 
Sept. 25, 1943; 133186. 

Bethlehem steel co, 8107 

Is 10 lo too much? © Aug. 30, 1943; K 53733. 

Blair (Rosea) 8108, 8109 

Six sisters. - Victory redwood, © 1 c. each 
Sept, 27, 1943; J 35715, 35716, 

Bonney (Therese) 8110 

Europe through an American lens. © 1 c. Aug. 
6, 1943; K 53739. 

Borden co, 8111 

Can all you can. Preserve the American way, 
UN-985. © July 27, 1943; K 53866. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory builders 
div. 8112, 8113 

Can you look him in the eye when he comes back? 

© Aug. 31, 1943; K 53765. 

My war job protects their future. © Aug. 31, 

1943; K 53766. 

Brown instrument co. 8114-8120 

Brown chart, 3449. © Aug. 4, 1943; I 33243. 

5172, © June 7, 1943; I 33244. 

5172, © June 24, 1943; I 33245. 

Brown instrument co. [chart] No. 12713, ® Apr. 
16, 1943; I 33253. 

No. 12716. © July 13, 1943; I 33216. 

No. 14077. © May 17, 1943; J 33214. 

No. 14080. © July 16, 1943; I 33252, 

Burgess battery co, 8121 

Enlarged drawii^s of the typha fibers, © Sept. 
4, 1943; I 33182, 

Camp Grant studio. 8122 

Aurand ( Major General H. S.) commandii^ gen- 
eral of sixth service command addresses military 
and civilian personnel at Camp Grant, Illinois 
September 16, 1943. © Sept. 16, 1943; J 35719. 

Carpenter (George W.) 8123 

Orifice meter deliveries. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1943; 
133251. 

aement (George W) 8124 

Sousa (John Philip) 1914. © Sept. 13, 1943; J 
35705. 

Coblentz (George William) 8125 

Fisherman's dream, © Oct. 12, 1939; K 53745. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Concrete products co. of America & Contractors 
simply corp„ 8126-8130 

Concrete bomb mold parts assembly. © 1 c. 
Sept. 27, 1943; I 33203 

Form for casting concrete bomb: 

Base of pallet assembly. - Metal parts de- 
tails. © 1 c. each Sept. 27, 1943; I 33202, 33206. 
Form for molding concrete bomb; 

Detail of parts. - Metal parts details, © 1 c. 
each Sept. 27, 1943; I 33204, 33205, 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 8131 

Northern pike, X1030. © Oct, 11, 1943; J 35774. 

Crandall (Harrison R.) 8132, 8133 

Chief of the Blackfeet tribe, - Turtle of the 
Blackfeet. © Sept. 1, 1940; J 35712, 35713. 

Degener (Armin) 8134 

Chiprummy. © June 9, 1942; K 53864. 

Dental hygiene institute of Chicago. 8135 

Mortons make some changes. © Aug. 5, 1943; 
J 35717. 

Devotional pub. co. 8136 

Anima Christi. © Sept. 1, 1943; K 53744. 

Doak (Hugh) 8137 

Manchester, Tenn,, city school. © Oct. 1, 1943; 
J 35760. 

Emery (George S.) 8138 

Tulalar sectional posts of varying lengths and 
diameters, © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1943; I 33173, 

Fames (Bertram William) 8139 

Electro-thermal multi-purpose heat exchange 
system. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1943; 133175. 

Fleming (MN) 8140-8171 

Before I was here two full days, D-7310 - Chow 

hound, D-7314. © Sept 30, 1943; K 53829, 53830 
Dear: 

After all--Parris Island ain't so bad,D-7338. 

- As you can see by this picture, D-7329. - Believe 
it or not! This is me! D-7324. - How about sending 
me a washing machine, D-7328. - I had my first 
visit to the PX yesterday, D-7330. - I'll be sending 
my civvies home, D-7336. - I'm coming home on a 
ten-day furlough, D-7335. - I sure did go through a 
complete change, D-7323. - I won't be home for 
another week, D-7334. - In another week, I think 
I'll have the Manual of arms, D-7326. - Look at 
this! I've been promoted to P. F. C , D-7337, - 
This camouflage buziness is a lot of fun, D-7331 

- Those Japs better watch out, D-7333 - Weather 
down here is wonderful, D-7332. - When I go into 
action--this ole' war will be in the bag, D-7327, - 
When we get the order Fall out for chow, D-7325 

- © Sept 30, 1943; K 53842-83857. 

Field day! Oh happy day, D-7316 - I'm on the 
range in the broiling sun, D-7322 - It's not the 
sand, D-7313 - Junk they give you weighs a ton, 
D-7309 - Left flank - Right flank - Rear march. 
D-7312 - Me - hit by a truck! Heck no, D-7319. 

- Mosquitoes here and also the gnats, D-7307. - 
Our meals ain't like mother used to bake, D-7320. 

- Ruskins, there useta' to be a ballet dancer, D- 
7317. - Sounds mighty gosh-dang silly, but ah heer- 
ed..., D-7318 - Wal, ah fergit what t'do next, but 
you..., D-7321. - Wlien back home ah use ta' think, 
D-7315 -Whenl came here — as you know,D-7308. 

- With a GI haircut, and a GI suit, D-7311. © Sept. 



30, 1943; K 53826 - 53828, 53830 - 53832, 53834 - 
5SJ41. 

Friez (Julien P.) & sons 8172-8174 

Fergusson weighing recording rain & snow gage, 

1015-GB. © Aug. 5, 1942; I 33254. 

Friez rain gage, 4007-Z. © Apr. 21, 1941, I 

33255, 

Friez rain gage, 4022. © July 15, 1941; I 33256. 

General cable corp. 8175 

They stake their lives on cable you make. © 
Sept 17, 1943; K 53742. 

General motors Corp. Fisher body div. 8176-8185 

Back up yoiu- man at the front. - Don't let this 
happen. © Aug. 26, 1943; K 53726, 53727. 

Battles are fought on Saturdays and Mondays too! 
© Oct. 4, 1943; K 53858. 

Have Baldie recapped now, - One down but still 
two to go. © Sept. 20, 1943; K 53754, 53755. 

Keep it ringing! © Sept. 29, 1943; K 53859. 

Keep your sights on victory. © Aug. 10, 1943; 
K 53749, 

Straight steer by Fisher, © Aug. 31, 1943; K 
53751. 

Throw ever3rthing into the fight. © July 21, 1943; 
K 53750. 

Your car must not be an absentee. © Sept. 7, 
1943; K 53728. 

Gibson (Clausine P.) 8186 

Plastic hairpin. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; I 33191, 

Gowell (Robert Preston) 8187 

Memorial tower at night, © Oct. 9, 1939; J 
35761. 

Great Lakes steel corp. 8188 

Hardenability comparisons. © July 17, 1943; I 
33270, 

Gustafson (George Henning) 8189 

Standard or easel. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1943; I 33196. 

Harding studio. 8190-8192 

Cumberland Mountains near Cookeville, Tenn. 
- U. S. highway no. 70, near Cookeville, Tenn. - U. 
S 70, near Cookeville, Tenn,, showing highway © 
Sept. 1, 1938; J 35709-35711. 

Harman (Hugh) productions, inc. 8193 

Prostitution and the war. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1943; 
J 35718. 

Hays corp. 8194 

Hays Recorder chart, 391 © Sept. 10, 1943; I 
33164 

Hirons (Edward Gilpin) jr. 8195 

Sportesques. © 1 c Jan. 7, 1943; K 53762. 

Huffman (Robert E.) 8196 

Tri-secting angles, © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1943; I 
33180 

Hungerford (Cyrus C ) 8197-8200 

Arguments can cause bad blow-ups - No bed of 
loses. - Time to wake up - True or false? © Sept 
17, 1943; K 53735-53738 

Infants specialty co. 8201-8206 

Magic picture nos. 18-23. © July 30, 1943; K 
53869-53874. 



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no. 9, 1943 



8291 



IngersoU-Rand co., New York. 8207 

Co-relation and quench hardenability and criti- 
cal bar diameters for various quenching media. © 
Sept. 16, 1943; I 33242. 

Insurance co. of North America, 8208 

Liberty bell. © 1 c. Oct, 12, 1943; J 35773, 

Jackson (Emery K.) 8209 

Butterflies simulated by moldii^ and coloring. 
© July 1, 1943; J 35745. 

Jaco-lac decal co. 8210 

Jaco-lac decal camouflage sheets. © July 15, 
1943; K 53729. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 8211-8230 

Light on mathematics, refresher course: 

Addition and subtraction. - Addition and sub- 
traction in geometry. - Addition and subtraction of 
fractions. - Angular measurement. - Arithmetic of 
algebra. - Constructions. - Equations and formulas. 

- Exponents and logarithms. - Fractions, decimals 
and percentage. - Graph uses. - Multiplication and 
division. - Multiplication and division in geometry. 

- Multiplication and division of fractions. - Order 
of operations - Positive and negative numbers. - 
Problem analysis. - Ratios and proportions. -Scales 
and models. - Trigonometry. - Vectors. © Sept. 
10, 1943; J 35720-35739. 

James (Clifford Henry) 8231 

House for the campus guild [cooperative], Aus- 
tin, Texas. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1943; I 33201. 

Jellineck (Rudolph) 8232 

New-walk. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; I 33192. 

Kellogg CO. 8233 

Okay, Deadpan, grab your broom, etc. © Sept. 
10, 1943; K 53781. 

Kennedy (Homer R.) 8234-8246 

Baby buggy contest. - Bicycle or motorcycle 
contest. - Bicycle race. - Dog race. - Foot race. - 
Hare & hounds. - Lure or bait. - Motor scooter 
race. - Race night. - Scooter race. - Skating race. 

- Walking contest. © 1 c. each Oct. 2, 1943; I 
33217-33228. 

Economy soap bar. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1943; I 
33257. 

Kentucky. Commonwealth. 8247 

Commonwealth of Kentucky 1/2 gallon wine tax 
stamp. © Aug. 18, 1943; K 53730. 

Kerkering (J, W.) 8248 

Tide has turned. © Oct. 2, 1943; K 53876. 

King features syndicate, inc. 8249-8259 

Annette weeds her garden, Z-160. - Cecile as- 
sists with pets, Z-164. - Emelie plays ball, Z-162. 

- Marie has her pets, Z-163. -Yvonne sews for her 
doll, Z-161. © Sept. 5, 1943; J 35752-35756. 

Cecile with Dorre, Z-152. - Emelie and Annette 
with dog trio, Z-154. - Marie with Prince, Z-153. 
© Sept. 19, 1943; J 35746-35748. 

Emelie inspires her pet, Z-158. - Emelie's pet 
hen, Z-159 - Quints feed the chickens, Z-157. © 
Sept. 12, 1943; J 35749-35751. 

Korsmeyer (Ernest H.) 8260 

Quick service micrometer, figs. 1-5. © 1 c. 
Sept. 11, 1943; I 33179. 

558126 0-43-2 



Kreitlow (Edwin John) 8261, 8262 

Portage glacier viewed from Passage Shoulder, 
Alaska, 1, 2. © July 25, 1942; J 35743, 35744. 

Kuta (Edward) 8263, 8264 

Web-puzzle: 

Flying vulture. 2. - Preying wizzard, 1. © 
1 c. each Sept. 22, 1943; I 33177, 33178. 

Landers, Frary & Clark. 8265 

To be announced next month U plan for V day. 
© Sept. 20, 1943; K 53878. 

Leeds & Northrup co. 8266-8268 

[Recorder paper] 619, 686. © Oct. 7, 1943; I 

33258, 33259. 

[Recorder paper] 687. © May 27, 1943; I 33260. 

Lehmann (Herbert) 8269 

World war U [certificate] © Sept. 20, 1943; K 
53763. 

Lindner (Rodney R.) 8270 

Ventilated shoe sole. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 
33236. 



McCormack (Stewart) 

LST at sea. © Aug. 22, 1943; K 53748. 



8271 



McDonald (Charles Edward) 8272 

Elephantiasis. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1943; J 35775. 

Mackintosh & Mackintosh. 8273 

Wood truss standard, drawing S-20. © Sept. 23, 
1943; I 33208. ' 

Maluo Ooseph K. K.) 8274 

Automobile differential. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 
33239. 

Manchester radio club. 8275 

Smyth observatory. © May 1, 1940; J 35708. 

Mandel bros. 8276 

Rapid reply card. © Sept. 13, 1943; K 53760. 

Martin (William Francis) 8277, 8278 

Pipe line computing chart. © Sept. 30, 1943; 

I 33229. 

Pressure extension chart for orifice meter 

charts. © Sept. 10, 1943; I 33210. 

Mead Johnson & co 8279 

Keeping busy, by Bernhard Pothast. © 1 c. 
Sept. 15, 1943; K 53756. 

Mission bell radio mfg. co., inc. 8280, 8281 

Hollywood bowl. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 1943; I 33200. 
[Rancher] © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1943; I 33209. 

Modern hobbycraft products. 8282-8290 

Curtiss P-40F, S-6. - Focke-Wulf FW-190A3, 
C-4, S-4. - Hawker Typhoon 1-B, C-1. - Lockheed 
Lightning P-38, S-5. - Mosquito Mark III [DeHavil- 
land Mosquito] S-7. - North American Mustang 
P-51, C-5. - Spitfire DC- S-3. - Vought Corsaire, 
C-2. © July 1, 1943; I 33261-33269. 

Monies (Martin L.) 8291 

Blind rivet assembly. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; I 
33194. 



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Moss (Louis) 8292 

To say hello to you back home. © Aug. 24, 1943; 
K 53753. 

National Ronzite industries. 8293, 8294 

Citation world war II © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; J 
35714. 

In honor of the men and women of our organi- 
zation, etc. © May 15, 1943; J 35700, 

Newman (Charles X.) 8295 

Traffic solution for [the] 12th Street dam [bot- 
tle-neck] © 1 c, Sept. 10, 1943; I 33166. 

Northern pump co. 8296-8298 

Grant (Gordon): 

Destroyer escort U S S Martz - Oiler U S S 
Cimarron. - Submarine U S S Narwhal. © Sept. 
1, 1943; K 53757-53759. 

Nugent (Osborne Lionel) 8299 

[Nugent self -aligning uniform jointing brick or 
block] © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 3327L 

Orr (Anne) 8300-8303 

Needlepoint designs for: 

Picture, , bag, rug, and bookmarks, plate 3, 
set GG. - Picture, rug, and bookmarks, plate 1, set 
GG. - Pictures and bookmarks, plate 4, set GG. - 
Rug, pillow, and sampler, plate 2, set GG. © Aug 
31, 1943; K 53722-53725. 

Osborne co. 8304, 8305 

Baby and service flag, P 2023. - Guernsey cows, 

P 2026. © 1 c each Oct 13, 1943; J 35771, 35772. 

Parkinson (Roscoe Lincoln) 8306 

Fighting Americans; by Louis Bonhajo © July 
21, 1943; K 53761 

Pasonault (J. E.) 8307 

Miss Red Cross. © Oct 12, 1943; J 35776 

Peer (Daniel I.) 8308 

Hot dog steam cooker © 1 c Oct. 2, 1943; I 
33237. 

Phoenix chamber of commerce. 8309 

Hoy/dy! I've been dunking of you. © Aug. 4, 
1943; K 53752. 

Providence lithograth co. 8310-8323 

Be ye kind. - Children playing with wagon. - 
Children with puppies. - God...careth for you, - 
God... loved us and sent His son. - Happy times at 
Christmas. - I will sing unto the Lord. A song to 
Jesus. - I will sing unto the Lord. When Bobby goes 
to church. - The Lord is good, - Love one another 
- My church a happy place. - O give thanks unto 
the Lord, - We .are helpers. God's house, - We 
.. are helpers. Jane's love gifts, © Sept 30, 1943; 
K 53806-53819 

Quaker state lithographing co., inc 8324, 8325 

Menaboni (Athos Rodolfo). 

Bufflehead, 52, - Green-winged teal, 51 © 
Aug. 31, 1943; K 53731, 53732. 

Rappel (Oscar J.) 8326 

Disappearing stairway. © 1 c. Sept 25, 1943; 
I 33190 



Rigaumont (Victor Albert) 8327-8331 

Alterations and additions to sweet clean laundry, 

Pittsburgh, Pa, © Aug. 20, 1943; I 33174, 

Motion picture theatre [located on] Main st. at 

Race St. and Swamp alley, Greenville, Pa. © Sept. 

21, 1943; 133185. 

Theatre design, 12-41-B - 12-41-D, © Oct, 4, 

1943; I 33248-33250. 

Roberts (HobartV,) 8332-8334 

Sea-gull. - Three little tails. - V _for victory. 
© Sept. 15, 1943; J 35757-35759. 

Rust craft publishers. 8335-8343 

Neste (Alfred Y, van): 

Amsterdam, 28 IE. - Antwerp cathedral, 28 ID. 
- Castel, 281K - Entree au chateau, 281F. - Fosse 
aux loups, 28 IB. - Maison du vannier, 281 A. - 
Menetriers, 281G. - Quai des pecheurs, 281H. - 
Tour du pont, 281C. © June 15, 1943; K 53713- 
53721, 

Sabaneeff (Sonia) 8344 

Mr. Jimmy Squash. © 1 c, Sept. 16, 1943; J 
35741. 

St. Anthony's guild. 8345 

In service for God and country, 0142. © Sept. 
30, 1943; K 53863. 

Saldana y Casenave (Eduardo Egberto) 8346 

Metodo racional para el pago de la cana de azu- 
car, © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1943; I 33165, 

Schaefer (Nick) 8347 

Combination medicine cabinet and safety vault. 
© 1 c. Sept, 25, 1943; I 33187. 

Shepperd (William B.) 8348 

Use of skin effect curves, © Aug. 10, 1943; I 
33211 



Simmons (Warner G.) 

On patrol © Aug. 20, 1943; J 35740, 



8349 



Singer (Edwin) 8350 

Adhesive tape dispenser. © 1 c. Sept 25, 1943; 
133195. 

Sipe (John F.) 8351 

Pass or ticket case. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 
33231 

Skelton (Mrs , Arch Mason) 8352 

Carson (Christopher) from original portrait by 
Slinn, 1861. © 1 c. Sept, 16, 1943; J 35703. 



Smith (Israel A.) 

Martyrs. © July 25, 1943; J 35704. 



8353 



Southerling (Jaytee) 8354 

Range estimator. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1943; I 33240. 

Spencer (Carl Ogburn) 8355 

Peace terms. © Aug, 10, 1943; K 53747. 

Sporting news pub. co. 8356-8363 

1943: 

Boston Braves. - Chicago Cubs. - Chicago 
. White Sox. - Cincinnati Reds - Cleveland Indians. 
- New York Giants.— New York Yankees. - Pitts- 
burgh Pirates. © Oct. 5, 1943; J 35762-35768, 
35770. 



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no. 9, 1943 



8430 



St. Louis Cardinals. © Sept. 14, 1943; J 
35769. 

Springer pictures, inc. 8364, 8365 

American nautical almanac, SN83 s. - Rude star 
identifier, SN 83 t. © 1 c. each Sept. 17, 1943; J 
35701, 35702. 

Standard oil co. of California, 8366 

Standard takes better care of m^ car tool © 
Sept. 10, 1943; K 53865, 

Stein (Albert) 8367 

Servii^ our country. © Sept. 7, 1943; K 43741. 

Steinfeldt (George P.) 8368 

Generator. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 33232. 

Sullivan (Edward James) 8369 

Old Santa Fe year 'round playground. © May 
15, 1939; K 53825. 

Swan (F. M.) 8370 

Garden pool. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; I 33193. 

Tagliabue (C, J,) mfg. co. 8371 

Tag chart, 40° C-0-200-CO. © Sept. 27, 1943; 
I 33207. 

Taylor (E.) 8372 

Spiritual sword. © Sept. 8, 1943; K 53824. 

Taylor instrument cos. 8373, 8374 

Taylor recording pressure gauge chart, OP757. 

© Sept. 14, 1943; I 33247. 

Taylor recording thermometer chart, OP 1661. 

© Sept. 14, 1943; I 33246. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 8375-8412 

A.W.O.L. -A WAAC outer laundry, 3B-H360. - 
Advice to WAACS, 3B-H361. - Lissen, boy friend! 
I hope you ain't teachin' that Woman's Army to 
Take off I, 3B-H358. - Military information for 
my soldier, 3B-H365. - Oh you WAAC!, 3B-H359. 
- To a nice boy in service, 3B-H362. - To a soldier 
in camp, 3B-H363, - To my army lad, 3B H364 © 
June 1, 1943; K 53796-53803. 

Camp Blanding, Florida, D-7009. © Feb. 1, 
1943; K 53820. 

Commando training--How to deliver the mail 
... and live, 3B-H155. © Apr. 13, 1943; K 53774. 
Greetings from 

Anderson, Indiana, 3B-H433. Galesburg, 
Illinois, 3B-H482. - Sioux City, Iowa, 3B-H332. © 
July 2, 1943; K 53768-53770. 

Camp Hale, Colorado, 3B-H79. - Fargo, 
North Dakota, 2B H1232. - Gaffney, S. C, 2B-H1375. 
© Apr 13, 1943; K 53775-53777 

Camp Hood, Texas, 3B-H197 - Camp Howze, 
Texas, 3B-H214. © Apr. 12, 1943; K 53772,53773. 
Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, 2 B-H1343. © 
Feb. 25, 1943; K 53804. 

Flexible gunnery school, Ft. Myers, Fla., 
3B-H57 © Mar. 31, 1943; K 53778, 

Hastings, Nebraska, 2B-H11';V © Mar. 16, 
1943; K 53779. 

Historic New Bern, N. C, 2B-H1292. © Feb. 
9, 1943; K 53805. 

Idaho, the gem state, 3B-H266. - Yakima, 
Wash., 3B-H265. © July 6, 1943; K 53787, 53788. 

Rocky Mount, N. C.» 3B-H151 © Apr. 20, 
1943; K 53780 



Texas, 9A-H14. © Jan. 4, 1939; K 53746. 
Tinker Field, Okl., 2B-H1368. - Will Rogers 
Field, Okl., 2B-H1367. - Winston Salem, N. C, 2B- 
H1378. © Mar. 6, 1943; K 53793-53795. 

Williams Field, Arizona, 3B-H50. © June 
15, 1943; K 53767. 

Group of armadillos, 3B-H10. - Texas cowboy 
riding a jack rabbit, 3B-H6. - Texas cowboy skin- 
ning a jack rabbit, 3B-H7. - Texas diamond back 
rattle snake, 3B-H9. - Texas horned toad, 3B-H8. 
© July 6, 1943; K 53786, 53789-53792. 

Howdy from Camp Maxey, Texas, 3B-H212. ® 
Apr. 12, 1943; K 53771. 

Miami, Florida, D-7081. © May 5, 1943; K 
53821. 

U. S. navalairstation, Jacksonville, Fla., D-6976. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; K 53822. 

Tennessee. Finance & taxation assessment div. 

8413 
State of Tennessee 3^ tobacco tax stamp, no. 
17893. © Oct, 2, 1943; K 53875. 



Universal features co. 

Betty Sue. © Sept. 15, 1939; K 53860. 



8414 



8415 



Van Derhoff (Bern M.) 8415 

Wheel dressing attachment. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; 
I 33233. 

Vaughn's beauty system & mfg. co. 8416, 8417 

Vaughn's manufacturing co., 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 22, .1943; J 35706, 35707. 



Vibro CO. 8418-8422 

Bisecting protractor, 430815. - Navigation slide 
rule and protractor extension 430816, 430817. - 
Navigation triangle, 430724. - Printer's aligning 
gage, 430829. © 1 c. each Sept. 16, 1943; I 33167- 
33171. 



Watson (Ethel D.) 

Expediter. © June 11, 1943; K 53734. 



8423 



Weed (Arthur Elmer) 8424 

Visualized basic combinations of numerals . 
Cardinal's merry-go-round. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1943, 
I 33176. 



Werner (Morna A ) 8425 

Carver (Dr . George Waishington) © Aug. 17, 
1943; K 53877. 

Whitman printing co. 8426 

U. S. army post card. © July 10, 1943; K 53740. 

Wigzell (Charles Henry) 8427 

Hose connection clamp. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 
33238. 

Witte (Isadore Oscar) 8428 

Plastic interchangeable leg brace. © 1 c. Sept. 
3, 1943; I 33183. 

Wright (Arthur George) 8429 

Wright's melter's dial. © Oct. 4, 1941; I 33172. 

Wright (Walter Edgar) 8430 

Wickland, home of the three governors, Bards- 
town, Ky. © Oct. 1, 1942; K 53743. 



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8431 


pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 


Wylie (Gertie A,) 8431 
Memorial floral box. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1943; I 
33189. 

Zachry (H. B.) CO. 8432-8434 
Detail of kitchen work center. - Detail of pre- 


fabricated bath room. - Simplified air condition- 
ing system for small residences. © 1 c. each Sept. 
27, 1943; I 33197-33199. 

Zelie (Kenneth) 8435 
[Army & navy E award of merit certificate] © 
Oct. 1, 1943; K 53867. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) 58 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 760 one-copy 

entries) - — 1,344 

Photographs (including 406 one-copy entries) 772 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 60 contributions to periodicals and other one- 
copy entries) — 1,718 

Total - - - 3,892 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, m. 8436-8439 
For pharmaceuticals: 

Bonds will buy bombs! © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 
21188. 

Doctor para el tratamiento de afecciones 
del aparato digestivo Abbott laboratories. © Oct, 
2, 1943; KK 21186. 

For every mother's son buy war bonds. © 
Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21189. 

Las preparaciones antisifiliticas de Abbott 
laboratories. © Oct. 2, 1943; KK 21187. 

Advertisers' service div., inc.. New York. 8440 
Guide to United States warships. For bread. © 
Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21194. 

Aeronca aircraft corp., Middletown, O. 8441 

First and finest. For aircraft. © Oct. 10, 
1943; KK 21202. 

American colloid co., Chicago. 8442 

Preventing water seepage through vertical 
walls, data no. 231-0-2. For clay. © Aug. 30, 
1943; KK 20812. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 8443-8447 

For transportation equipment: 

Bill Egan of Penn station, 113-50-9500. © 
Oct. 2, 1943; KK 21193. 

Right-of-way for Evelyn Claire, 113-51- 
9500. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21192. 

Soldier saved by alert crew'. © Sept. 11, 
1943; KK 20815. 

Special service catches vp with Snooks, 
113-45. © Sept. 18, 1943; KK 20988. 

That record-breaking week end, 113-49, 
© Sept. 4, 1943; KK 20797. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 8448-8450 

For cigarettes: 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco! © Oct. 1, 
1943; KK 21121. 

Lucky Strike presents Your hit parade. © 
Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21060. 

Yes I Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. © 
Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21120. 



Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 8451 

She couldn't cook..she couldn't grow vegetables. 
For beer. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 21066. 

Ariston, inc., New York. 8452 

Ariston method of dating flowers. For cut 
flowers. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21161. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 8453-8455 

For meats: 

Armour shows you how to get. © Sept. 1, 
1943; KK 21099. 

No bone, no waste. © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 
21098. 

Pack good nutrition into every lunch. © Aug. 
13, 1943; KK 21097. 



Association of manufacturers of confectionery & 
chocolate. New York. 8456 

Candy is essential food. For candy. © Aug. 

30, 1943; KK 21151. 

Belle -Sharmeer div. Wayne knitting mills. See 
Wa3me knitting mills. Belle -Sharmeer div. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit. 8457-8461 

For airplane equipment: 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Sorry to 
leave you, etc. © Sept. 5, 1943; KK 21010. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. That's one of 
our Douglas planes, etc. © Aug. 22, 1943; KK 
21009. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. When the 
U. S. M. C. assigned you, etc. © July 25, 1943; 
KK 21007. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Yankee flier, 
etc. © Aug. 8, 1943; KK 21008. 

Service bulletin. To prevent leakage at the 
oxygen inlet nut in the demand oxygen regulator, 
types: 2850— Al, 2851--A1. For aircraft instru- 
ments. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 20957. 



Berg (James) See North (George O.) 



8462-8467 



Best & CO., inc.. New York. 

For dresses: 

New-slim-and-short. © Oct. 3, 1943; KK 
21124. 

Warm bright wools. © Sept. 12, 1943; KK 
20862. 

It's fun to choose schooh clothes at Best's. 
For girls' dresses, coats, suit, blouse, skirt & 
hats. © Sept. 12, 1943; KK 20861. 

Keep 'em warm keep 'em well. For girls' 
sweaters, pajamas, robe, skirt, snowsuit, hat & 
socks, babies sweater & pram set & boys' coat, 
hat & snowsuit & muffler. © Oct. 3, 1943; KK 
21123. 

Untrimmed coat. For coats. © Sept. 19, 1943; 
KK 20867. 

Winter's coming and Best's Liliputian bazaar 
has everything for your baby. For bunting, robe- 
n-hood, pram suit, sweater, blanket, quilt & 
slumberobe. © Sept. 26, 1943; KK 21018. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. 8468 

On the warpath today? For pile fabric floor 

covering. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21145. 

Blue Ridge mfg. co., Dalton, Ga. 8469 

Four queens chenille robes. For ladies' che- 
nille robes. For ladies' chenille cotton robes. 
© Aug. 28, 1942; KK 21013. 

Bond electric corp. div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Borden co.. New York. 8470-8485 

Cool aids to siunmer sales! For orangeade 
and grapeade. © July 19, 1943; KK 21080. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



For cheese: 

Girls here's news.... a cream cheese with 
1000 uses! © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 21073. 

My menu looks like it's been censored. © 
July 15, 1943; KK 21083. 

What! bello;ved Elmer, no Liederkranz? © 
Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21074. 
For dairy products: 

But, Elmer, protested Elsie, you can't blame 
Congress, etc. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 21082. 

Don't be silly, laughed Elsie, etc. © Sept. 
24, 1943; KK 21075. 

Medals for farm workers — why not? © 
July 27, 1943; KK 21086. 

Now that school has started, here's your 
homework, etc. © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 21087. 

There's how to take a sunbath inside out! 
© Aug. 19, 1943; KK 21088. 
For fluid milk: 

Here's luck — now and in the future! © 
Aug. 2, 1943; KK 21078. 

How to keep a hot customer all steamed up ! 
© Aug. 16, 1943; KK 21081. 

Let Elsie carry the ball, etc. © Sept. 28, 
1943; KK 21077. 

They're coming back for Borden's! © Aug. 
30, 1943; KK 21079. 

What is the most imp9rtant part of a school 
lunch? © Sept. 13, 1943; KK 21076. 

One way to get proteins when meat's short. 
For fresh milk. © June 22, 1943; KK 21085. 

We don't need an outboard motor now, etc. For 
vitamin and mineral fortified drink. © Aug. 10, 
1943; KK 21084. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 8486 

Boost the 3rd war loan, Botany. For worsted 

and woolen piece goods. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 20866. 



Buffalo forge co., Buffalo. 

Air travels in a bee-line. 
© Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21144. 



8487 
For axial flow fans. 



California fruit growers exchange. Products dept., 
Ontario, Calif. 8488-8495 

For exchange citrus pectin: 

Best tip on the market. © Jan. 15, 1942; KK 
20896. 

Finer jams finer jellies. © Jan. 10, 1942; 
KK 20895. 

For fruit juice bases for bottled beverages: 
Business not as usual neither yours nor ours. 
© Apr. 1, 1943; KK 20950. 

Exchange bottlers juices now available. © 
May 15, 1943; KK 20948. 
For oil of orange U. S. P.: 

Exchange orange flavor your customers 
want still carries on. © May 15, 1943; KK 20949. 
World's finest orange oil. © Mar. 1, 1943; 
KK 20952. 

Made from American lemons. For exchange 
citric acid. © Jan. 16, 1942; KK 20894. 

Uncle Sam drafts citrus juices. For oil of 
orange. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 20951. 

Cannon electric development CO., Los Angeles. 8496 

Cannon answers call for speed. For solder - 

less pins and sockets. © Jan. 9, 1942; KK 20938. 

Carey (Philip) mfg. co., Lockland, O. 8497, 8498 

Bigger savings for your customers, better 

profits for you, Carey hot water tank jackets. For 

hot water Unk jackets. © Jan. 7, 1943; KK 21173. 



Carey asbestos -cement conduit. For conduit. 
© May 19, 1943; KK 21205. 

Cates (Samuel D.) Chicago, 8499 

Bible omits. For book. © Aug. 22, 1943; KK 
20958. 

Chemex corp.. New York. 8500-8505 

For coffeemakers and filters! 

Beautility. © Sept. 19, 1943; KK 21122. 

Chemex coffeemaker, no mud in the cup. 
© Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20916. 

Chemex conditions coffee. © Aug. 26, 1943; 
KK 20918. 

Chemex extracts coffee. The winner of the 
2-cup race. © May 25, 1943; KK 20920. 

Chemex 1943. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 20917. 

Chemex, the simplest and the best coffee- 
maker. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 20919. 

Chesebrough mfg. co., cons'd., New York. 

8506-8508 
For vaseline hair tonic: 

Everybody notices the difference. © Dec. 
4, 1942; KK 20932. 

It's a different head of hair. © Oct. 20, 
1942; KK 20934. 

My hair looks better since I stopped dousing. 
© Sept. 22, 1942; KK 20933. 



Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 

His master's choice. For beer. 
1943; KK 20953. 



8509 
© Sept. 16, 



8510-8532 



Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 
For soft drink: 

Coke - coca-cola. Sprite, glass and sign. 
© Sept. 20, 1943; KK 20984. 

Have a Coca-cola - hail, hail, the gang's all 
here. Railroad gang. © Sept. 7, 1943; KK 20878. 

Have a Coca-cola - hail, hail, the gang's 
all here. Railroad gang. © Sept. 8, 1943; KK 
20884. 

Have a Coca-cola - hey, mon, how you do? 
Trinidad. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20816. 

Have a Coca-cola - howdy, neighbor. Cooler. 
© July 21, 1943; KK 20879. 

Have a Coca-cola - kia ora, good luck. New 
Zealand. © Sept. 19, 1943; KK 20983. 

Have a Coca-cola - sa-lam-oo a-lay-koom. 
Peace be unto you. Palestine. © Aug. 25, 1943; 
KK 20882. 

Have a Coca-cola - saludos, amiga. Greet- 
ings friend. © July 14, 1943; KK 20880. 

Have a Coca-cola - sit down and mek yosef 
easy. Jamaica. © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 20982. 

Have a Coca-cola - wacko, digger. Okay, 
chum. Australia. © Aug. 11, 1943; KK 20886. 

Have a Coca-cola - welcome, short -snorter. 
Soldier & business men. © Sept. 21, 1943; KK 
21163. 

Have a coke - aloha no. Welcome, friend. 
Hawaii. © Aug. 18, 1943; KK 20887. 

Have a coke - alorsl (Ja gaze? Are ya 
cooWn'? French sailors. © Sept. 23, 1943; KK 
21162. 

Have a coke - cead mile failte. A hundred 
thousand welcomes, Ireland. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
20883. 

Have a coke - come, be blessed and be 
happy. Iceland. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 20885. 

Have a coke - come in and sit down. New- 
foundland. © Sept. 9, 1943; KK 20981. 



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8568 



Have a coke - dinkum cobber. Howdy, pal. 
New Zealand. © July 28, 1943; KK 20888. 

Have a coke - that's wizard. England. © 
Aug. 31, 1943; KK 20817. 

Have a coke - welcome, friends. © Sept. 3, 
1943; KK 20980. 

Have a coke - welcome, friends. Alaska. © 
July 7, 1943; KK 20881. 

Neighbors show off their victory vegetables. 
Lodge interior. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20877. 

You'll always be glad you did. Sprite and war 
bond panel. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 20985. 

You'll always be glad you did. Sprite and 
war bond poster, © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20827. 

Coralite dental products co., Chicago. 8533 

Coralite improved denture material. For dental 
material. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21127. 

Corn products refinii^ co., New York, 8534 

...Shucks! You don't know the half of it! For 
Karo syrup. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 21141, 

Corn products sales co., New York. 8535 

Hats on to Mazola. For salad oil. © Aug. 14, 
1943; KK 20798. 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 8536, 8537 

For household glassware; 

Pyrex ware will see you through. © Sept. 
26, 1943; KK 21090, 

See what's new for you in Pyrex ware. © 
Nov. 9, 1942; KK 21143. 



Coty, inc.. New York. 8538-8544 

Air-spun make-up Coty. For cosmetics. © 
Sept. 17, 1943; KK 20928. 

For perfume: 

L'aimant, the magnet. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 
20909. 

Emeraude the jewel fragrance. © Aug. 27, 
1943; KK 20822. 

L'origan for your golden moments. © Sept. 
16, 1943; KK 20929. 

Paris. The double note fragrance. © Sept. 

28, 1943; KK 21114. 

Paris. The double note fragrance. © Sept. 

29, 1943; KK 21115. 

New Coty exclusive. For lipstick. © Sept. 25, 
1943; KK 21133. 

Cream of wheat corp., Minneapolis. 8545 

Foto-quiz, fun at the fair with the Morgans. For 

wheat breakfast food. © Sept. 26, 1943; KK 21056. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York. 8546, 8547 

For cosmetics: 

Daggett and Ramsdell' s prize Christmas 
packages. © Oct. 8, 1942; KK 21138. 

Sale of creams by Daggett and Ramsdell. © 
Sept. 11, 1942; KK 21137. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 8548 

Speedier shipping and billing procedures! For 
mimeograph duplicators and stencils. © Sept. 7, 
1943; KK 21049. 

Dr. Pepper co., Dallas. 8549 

You can't eat a meal on the run, etc. For soft 
drink. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21053. 



Downing (S. Joseph), d. b. a. Shippers over seas 
CO., New York. 8550 

Shippers over seas. For food gift baskets. © 

Sept. 11, 1943; KK 20935. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncie, Ind. 8551 

Your customers are planning. For metal furni- 
ture. © Oct. 11, 1943; KK 21213. 

Evans products co., Detroit. 8552 

For safe delivery to a fledgling pilot. For util- 
ity loader, device for loading freight in box cars. 
© Sept. 4, 1943; KK 21129. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 8553 

Command performance. For pen and pencil set. 
© Sept. 27, 1943; KK 20997. 

Falls City brewing co., inc., Louisville. 8554, 8555 
For beer: 

Thrilling good luck stories. © Sept. 19, 
1943; KK 21128. 

Thrilling good luck stories, no. 3. © Oct. 3, 
1943; KK 21167. 

Ferry-Morse seed co., San Juan Bautista, Calif. 

8556 
Let the good earth produce. For seeds. © Sept. 
1, 1943; KK 20811. 

Fleischmanndistilling Corp., New York. 8557, 8558 
Enlist your dog. For Black & white whisky. © 

Oct. 30, 1942; KK 21048. 

There's a limit. For B. & W. whisky. © Dec. 

17, 1942; KK 21047. 

Freeman (Jack Edwin), d. b. a. Victory floor cover- 
ing CO., Newark, N. J. 8559 
Linotosis, bad taste in linoleum. For linoleum. 

© Aug. 26, 1943; KK 21058. 

Fried, Ostermann co., Milwaukee. 8560 

Aviation panorama. For coats, jackets, gloves 
& mittens. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 21064. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 8561 

Magee's gazette. For arc welding. © Sept. 30, 
1943; KK 21180. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

Gimbel bros., inc., New York. 8562 

If one could see wounds upon their hearts. For 

service gift mdse. © Aug. 29,' 1943; KK 20897. 

Grand. See Rosenberg (Benjamin) co., d. b. a. 
The Grand. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 8563-8566 

For cosmetics: 

Headline your pretty lips with Dorothy Gray. 
© Sept. 24, 1943; KK 20992. 

This year more women than ever are going 
to buy. © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 20902. 

You're so pretty, when you keep your skin 
younger -looking. © Oct. 3, 1943; KK 21206. 

You're so pretty with your smooth, firm throat. 
For throat cream. © Oct. 3, 1943; KK 21184. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co., New York. 

8567, 8568 
I have a satisfied family. For groceries. © 
Sept. 29, 1943; KK 21199. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



It's flavor in your cup that counts. For coffee, 
© Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21197. 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 8569, 8570 

For ale: 

Let's go over the top. © Sept, 14, 1943; KK 
20865. 

To our friends. © Sept. 27, 1943; KK 21062, 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N. Y. 

8571, 8572 

War economy recipes using junket rennet tablets. 
For rennet tablets. © Aug. 23, 1943; KK 21142. 

While the general plans campaigns- -mother 
must bring up supplies. For rennet tablets and 
rennet powder. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21116. 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 8573 

Harris impressions, vol.3, no. 8, August, 1943. 
For lithographic supplies. © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 
21061. 

Hearn department stores, inc.. New York. 8574 
Little figure shop. For womens' wearing ap- 
parel. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 20858. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 8575 
Flashlight for global war. For chemicals. © 
Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21165. 

Holeproof hosiery co., Milwaukee. 8576-8578 

For stockings; 

Easter inspiration. © Arp, 15, 1943; KK 21136. 

Rayon hosiery now glorified. © Aug. 29, 1943; 
KK 21135. 

You'll always love Holeproof fine stockings. 
© Aug. 29, 1942; KK 21134. 

Hudepohl brewing co., Cincinnati. 8579 

One of America's really fine beers. For beer. 
© Sept. 28, 1943; KK 21174. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 8580 

I wish you coald see. For silverware for the 
table. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 21106. 

Iselin Oohn C.) St, Louis. 8581 

Refuse pail container. For refuse pail container. 
© Aug. 20, 1943; KK 21111. 

Josam mfg. co,, Cleveland. 8582 

Stop backwater. For sewer valves. © Aug. 15, 
1943; KK 21011., 

Kaywoodie co., New York. 8583 

I smoke a Kaywoodie. For pipes. © Oct. 6, 
1943; KK 21204. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 8584-8593 

As you like 'em. crisp, as you need 'em. Rice 
krispies. For nutritious cereal breakfast foods, 
© Oct. 9, 1942; KK 20889. 

Double -right for wartime meals. For breakfast 
food. © Mar. 31, 1943; KK 20805. 
For breakfast cereal: 

Now! Kellogg's all-bran. © Sept 7, 1943; 
KK 21160. 

Rationed America discovers all-bran. © 
Sept. 21, 1943; KK 20989. 

Stop dosing! © Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21063. 
For rice cereal: 

Splendid saving food. © Aug. 18, 1943; KK 
20840. 



This new U. S. seal tells you. © July 30, 
1943; KK 20837. 

Keeping fit is part of her war job. For cereal 
breakfast foods, corn flakes. © Aug, 7, 1942; KK 
20821, 

Tie in now with rice krispies' biggest recipe 
promotion. For cereal breakfast foods. © Sept, 
30, 1942; KK 20890, 

When breakfast rings the bell vacation's double 
swell. For cereal breakfast foods, rice krispies. 
© July 31, 1942; KK 20820. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 8594-8602 

For margarine and cheese: 

Sorry, Lydia, but we've just heard the grocer 
has his new stock of Parkay margarine, © July 20, 
1943; KK 20831. 

Sorry to skip out. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 20966. 
Wartime shopper, © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 20965. 
For salad dressing and cheese; 

Watch 'em go for nutritious salads. © June 
20, 1943; KK 20829. 

Watch 'em go for nutritious salads.. with Mir- 
acle whip. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 20838. 

For salad dressing and macaroni with cheese: 
Salads make meals more nutritious, © July 
20, 1943; KK 20830. 

Salads make meals more nutritious. © July 
30, 1943; KK 20835. 

Sorry, Lydia, but we've just heard the grocer has 
his new stock of Parkay margarine. For margarine 
and macaroni and cheese. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 
20963. 

Wholesome topping for desserts. For cheese. 
© Aug. 20, 1943; KK 20964. 

Lee (H. D,) co,, inc., Kansas City, Mo. 8603 

Assembly lines wouldn't assemble anything 
without you working America! For work clothes. 
© Mar. 23, 1943; KK 21210. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

8604-8610 

Be prepared for this prescription. For anti- 
septic jelly. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21028. 

For disinfectant; 

Memo to a brand new mother. © Sept. 20, 
1943; KK 21089. 

What's happened to our marriage? © Oct. 
5, 1943; KK 21177. 

He lost his heart to a pair of rosy lips. For 
cosmetics. © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 21071, 

Pebeco Pete says: I make your molars. For 
tooth powder. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21176. 

Should a girl date? For deodorant cream. © 
Oct 8, 1943; KK 21183. 

20 •^« free goods deal. For hand lotion. © Oct. 
4, 1943; KK 21185. 



Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 8611-8615 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, says Ella Logan. © 
Aug. 21, 1943; KK 21103. 

My beer is Rheingold, says Miss Rheingold 
1943. © Aug. 2, 1943; KK 21101. 

My beer is Rheingold, says Nick Kenny. © 
Aug. 11, 1943; KK 21104. 

My beer is Rheingold, says Rosemary Lane, 
© Aug. 23, 1943; KK 21100. 

My beer is Rheingold, says Sonia Cover. © 
July 25, 1943; KK 21102. 



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Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 8616-8626 
For cigarettes: 

Chesterfield pin-up girl. © Sept. 15, 1943; 
KK 20925. 

Chesterfield tobaccos. Hogshead. © Aug. 
19, 1943; KK 20868. 

Facts are on the table, © Oct, 1, 1943; KK 
21170 

Gangway! Man wheeling hand-wagon. © 
Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21006. 

In Nassau at the Duchess of Windsor's [etc.] 
© Sept. 26, 1943; KK 21212 

Man it's swell. Soldiers reading paper. © 
Sept. 8, 1943; KK 20803. 

Move right in. Man on ladder. © Sept. 17, 
1943; KK 20924. 

Pleasure is where you find it. Naval officer 
& girl. © Sept. 10, 1943; KK 20802. 

Stealing the show. Poley McClintockand Fred 
Waring. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21005. 

Thanks a million © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1943; KK 
21211. 

With us it's Chesterfield. WAFS, girl-flyer 
© Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21004. 

Lorr laboratories. Pater son. 8627 

I use dura-gloss. For nail polish. © Oct. 1, 
1943; KK 21117. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, 111. 8628 

We keep it here between meals. For electric 
automatic toasters. © Sept. 8, 1943; KK 20927. 

Major vitamins, inc., New York. 8629 

Buoyant health for all the family. For natural B 

complex vitamin tablets. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 
21132. 

Mallory hat co., Danbury, Conn. 8630-8638 

For men's fur felt hats: 

Mallory nokabout gets you on. © Apr. 21, 
1943; KK 21037. 

New angle. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 21032. 

Passing all tests with flying colors! © Mar. 
5, 1943; KK 21033. 

Salute by Mallory for men at work. © Mar. 
19, 1943; KK 21036. 

Springy pliafelts. © Sept. 24, 1942; KK 21029. 

Springypliafelts. © Nov. 19, 1942; KK 21030. 

Springy pliafelts. © Dec. 14,1942; KK 21031. 

2 ways to prevent checkroom hat-dent. © 
Mar. 11, 1943; KK 21034. 

2 ways to prevent hat-tipping dent. © Mar. 
18, 1943; KK 21035. 

Mandel brps., Pittsburgh. 8639 

Write to him on rapid reply cards, posters. For 
printed matter, poster form. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 
20901. 

Masonite corp., Chicago. 8640-8644 

For building materials: 

Ever see a tree explode? © June 18, 1943; 
KK 21153. 

Stronger than a tree. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 
21154. 

We plant trees and harvest presdwoods. © 
July 16, 1943; KK 21152. 

Who ever heard of a tree being welded? © 
May 7, 1943; KK 21155. 

Save time - money - steel. For die stock - build- 
ing materials. © July 8, 1943; KK 21156. 



Master Craftsmen, of the set-up paper box industry, 
Philadelphia. 8645 

2000 years ago. For set-up paper boxes. © 

May 29, 1942; ^K 21070. 

Master surgical instrument corp,, Irvington, N. J. 

8646-8648 
For surgical instrxmients: 

Master fabricantes de forceps hemostaticos 
y tijeras quirurgicas. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21094. 
Master quality meets every test. © Aug. 1, 
1943; KK 20796. 

Master quality meets every test. © Aug. 1, 
1943; KK 21191. 

Mead Johnson & co., Evansville, Ind. 8649 

Does he like his pabena. For baby food. © Aug. 
18, 1943; KK 20892. 

Metal & thermit corp., New York. 8650 

Murex electrode chart. For electrodes. © Aug. 
28, 1943; KK 20809. 

Miner (W. H.) inc., Chicago. 8651, 8652 

For railway appliance: 

Miner class C-2-XB truck spring snubber, © 
July 1, 1943; KK 21168. 

Miner power hand brake. © Sept. 20, 1943; 
KK 21169. 

Mixariiun co. See Schlumbohm (Peter), d. b. a. 
Mixarium co. 

Motor wheel corp,, Lansing, Mich. 8653 

He overlooked something. For mfg. of fuel oil 

heating appliances, © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 21107. 

Muncie gear works, inc., Muncie, Ind. 8654 

Neptune Ned sez: We'll row so the boys can 
ride! For outboard motors. ©Sept. 25, 1943; KK 
21072. 

National distillers products corp., New York. 

8655-8663 
Cocktail concocted with vision! For distilled 
London dry gin. © Oct. 1, 1942; KK 21027. 
For whiskey: 

Head of the bourbon family. The truest words, 
etc. © Apr. 1, 1942; KK 20999. 

Head of the bourbon family. Your first taste, 
etc. © Dec. 18, 1942; KK 21002. 

It's good to know there are some things, etc. 
© Nov. 27, 1942; KK 21001. 

Signature that stands for the strictest whiskey 
standard in the world. © Mar. 5, 1942; KK 21057. 

Signed, sealed and delicious. © Sept. 4, 1942; 
KK 20998. 

War has wrought changes in the quality of a 
lot of things, etc, © Sept. 11, 1942; KK 21000, 

Whiskey that has stuck to its guns for 132 
years. © Oct. 8, 1942; KK 21003. 

They have a future, because they have a past. 
For bonded whiskies, rye & bourbon. © Sept. 16, 
1943; KK 20823. 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 8664 

Vitex views, no. 7. September, 1943. For Vitex 
vitamin D milk. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21200. 

Near's food co., inc., Binghamton, N. Y. 8665 

Near's MinRaltone. For mineral feed Sl^)ple- 
ments. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21166. 



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North (George O.) & Berg (James) Minneapolis. 

8666 
Drinksation of the nation. For beverage. © 
Aug, 14, 1943; KK 20846. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 8667 

Let gentle Northern tissue. For toilet tissue. 
© Aug. 13, 1943; KK 21105. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 8668 

Where man-hours count. For garage doors. © 
Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20847. 

Oxford-print, Medford, Mass. 8669 

Joy-toys [merry-go-round directions] For fold= 
ing paper toy. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 20930. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 8670 

This is the beer that builds customer good-will. 
For beer. © Sept. 25, 1942; KK 21150. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 8671-8682 

For fountain pen: 

If your dealer says, sorry, remember, shell 
fuzes come first. © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 20841. 

I'll wait until you have this pen. © June 11, 
1943; KK 20806. 

For fountain pen ink: 

Fountain pens rationed. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 
20968. 

I promise I'll write every single week. © 
Aug. 29, 1943; KK 20842. 

New fountain pens getting scarce. © July 25, 
1943; KK 20834. 

Out of Parker's wartime research comes 
this sensational new kind of black ink. © Aug. 13, 
1943; KK 20839. 

Pen shortage grows. © July 31, 1943; KK 
20967. 

Shortage of pens is increasing. © Sept, 1, 
1943; KK 20962. 

Smart Kansas City merchandiser says, etc. 
© July 24, 1943; KK 20833. 

Uncle Sam wants you to save pen repair ma- 
terials. © Sept. 1, 1942; KK 20843. 
For ink: 

Overseas, bring him closer to home with V- 
mail. © June 6, 1943; KK 20807. 

This Parker quink window boomed sales. © 
July 1, 1943; KK 20859. 

Perkins products co., Chicago. 8683-8686 

For soft drink powder: 

Drink kool-aid. © July 30, 1943; KK 20978. 
Drink kool-aid 5^ © June 18, 1943; KK 20977. 
It's the budget beverage. © June 30, 1943; 
KK 20979. 

Kool-aid carries on. For soft drink and bubble 
gum. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 21130. 

Permanente cement co., Oakland, Calif. 8687-8689 
For Portland cement: 

Permanente cement company. © May 28, 
1943; KK 21157. 

Permanente cement company. Seal, decal- 
comania stickers. © Apr. 29, 1943; KK 21014. 

Permanente cement company. For Santa Clara 
Portland cement. © May 6, 1943; KK 21158. 

Pfister associated growers, inc., El Paso, III. 8690 

Shells out better, too, genuine Pfister hybrids. 

For hybrid seed corn. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 20990. 



Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 8691 

Shape of things to come. For electrical instru- 
ments and parts. © July 3, 1942; KK 21050. 

Pioneer rubber co., Willard, O. 8692 

Importance of early diagnosis of dermatitis of 
workers' hands. For workers' gloves. © July 27, 
1943; KK 21012. 

Precise products co., Racine, Wis. 8693 

Parts and sub -assemblies for precise-35 elec- 
tric hand tools. For portable electric hand tools. 
© Apr. 1, 1943; KK 20900. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 8694-8700 

For adhesive mending tape: 

For less than Ic Press-on mends clothes 
with a hot iron in 6 seconds. © Sept. 12, 1943; KK 
20871. 

Make it do - or do without. © Sept. 1, 1943; 
KK 20875. 

Make it do, or do without. © Sept. 3, 1943; 
KK 20874. 

Mending to do? Less time to do it? © Sept. 
28, 1943; KK 21196. 

Short cuts to mending and styling. © Sept. 
1, 1943; KK 20876. 

Students say. It's fun to mend and decorate 
as you iron. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20873. 

Teachers, students, homemakers, mend as 
you iron with Press-on mending tape. © Aug. 29, 
1943; KK 20872. 

Prosperity co., inc., Syracuse. 8701 

This Prosperity automatic washing control can 

be attached to any conventional washwheel. For 

laundry machinery. © Sept. 8, 1943; KK 20926. 

Pump engineering service corp., Cleveland. 8702 
Performance points to Pesco first. For hydrau- 
lics, fuel, air pumps. © June 1, 1943; KK 20961. 

Quaker maid co., inc.. New York. 8703 

It pays to choose AnnPage foods. Forgroceries. 
© Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21198. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. Corp., St. Louis. 8704 
You make your finest war contribution when you 
do the job right. For piston rings. © Sept. 8, 1943; 
KK 20799. 

Real silk hosiery mills, inc., Indianapolis. 8705 
Realsilk's visiting shop. For wearing apparel. 
© Nov. 23, 1942; KK 21203. 

Reynolds metals co., Richmond. 8706 

Mountain that will fly to Tokyo. For aluminum. 
© July 3, 1942; KK 21020. 

Rollins hosiery mills, inc., Des Moines. 8707, 8708 
Daisies don't tell. For lingerie. © Sept. 2, 

1942; KK 20959. 

More Rollins magic. For hosiery. © Oct. 2, 

1942; KK 20960. 

Rosenberg (Benjamin) co., d. b. a. The Grand, Mil- 
waukee. 8709 8712 
For women's apparel: 

How does she do it? © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 
20898. 

How does she do it? © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 
20947. 



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21065. 



How does she do it? © Sept. 27, 1943; KK 



How does she do it? © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 
21179. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 8713, 8714 
How to spot an amateur. For repairing type- 
writers. © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 21109. 

With you around, I should. For carbon papers 
and ribbons. © Aug. 18, 1943; KK 21108. 

S. M. A. Corp., Chicago. 8715 

Papilla vallata. For medical product. © Aug. 
5, 1943; KK 21182. 

Schautz (William A.) inc.. New York. 8716 

Here's the bread you've been looking for - it's 
tender fresh! For bread. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 
21091. 

Schlitz Oos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 8717-8725 
For beer: 

America votes for no bitterness. © Jan. 15, 
1943; KK 20851. 

As smooth as a waltz. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 
20849. 

Happy swallows, no bitterness. © Apr. 9, 
1943; KK 20853. 

Highest note in beer. © Sept. 11, 1942; KK 
20850. 

Like a melody, no bitterness. © May 28, 
1943; KK 20855. 

Masterpiece. © Mar. 12, 1943; KK 20852. 

Reflection of no bitterness. © July 2, 1943; 
KK 20856. 

There's no bitterness. ©May 14, 1943; KK 
20854. 

Years of no bitterness. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 
20857. 

Schlumbohm (Peter), d. b. a. Mixarium co.. New 
York. 8726 

Mixariimi. For cocktail mixer. © Feb. 8, 1943; 

KK 21046. 

Schneider (R. F.) Strathmore, Calif. 8727 

Victory sandwich. For sandwiches. © July 17, 
1943; KK 20808. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 8728-8736 

Dr. SchoU's half -twist bandage for athlete's foot. 
For bandage for protecting afflicted area. © Sept. 
27, 1943; KK 21039. 

Dr. SchoU's half-twist bandage for finger and 
toe. For dressing for fingers and toes. © Sept. 
14, 1943; KK 20903. 

Dr. SchoU's hose savers. For heel pad to stop 
shoes from slipping and save hose. © Sept. 27, 
1943; KK 21040. 

Dr. SchoU's hosettes. For a socklet worn over 
stockings to save hose; when worn without stockings 
prevent irritation and burqing feet. © Sept. 27, 
1943; KK 21038. 

Dr. SchoU's Ugtone liniment. For relief for 
aches, pains or stiffness of the feet and other parts 
of the body. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 20904. 

Dr. SchoU's pinch and bite pads. For pad to 
stop pinch and bite of shoes on toes. © Sept 27, 
1943; KK 21042. 

Dr. SchoU's self stick heel liner. For suede 
leather heel liner to stop slipping, save hose. © 
Sept. 27, 1943; KK 21041. 



Dr. SchoU's tongue pad. For stepping torture 
from counter pressure of shoes on top of the foot. 
© Sept. 27, 1943; KK 21044. 

Dr. SchoU's wenal. For analgesic ointmentfor 
muscular soreness, aches, pains, neuralgia, bun- 
ions and painful enlarged joints, etc. © Sept. 27, 
1943; KK 21043. 

Sea emergency devices, inc.. New York. 8737 

Acme navigation protractor. For protractor. 
© Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21159. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 8738 

Sea power, too is fire-power, man-power. For 
piston rings. © Sept. 10, 1943; KK 20891. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 8739 

Servel all-year gas-operated air conditioners. 

For air conditioners. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20826. 

Seven-up co.,* St. Louis. 8740, 8741 

For soft drink: 

Are you backing our fighters? © Sept. 13, 
1943; KK 20907. 

They like it - it likes them. © Oct. 1, 1943; 
KK 21068. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 8742 
It's fun for you, to get his letters too. For writ- 
ing equipment. © Sept. 11, 1943; KK 20993. 

Shippers over seas co. See Downing (S. Joseph), 
d. b. a. Shippers over seas co. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 8743-8745 

College girl's twin. For Singer form. © Sept. 

7, 1943; KK 20905. 

I'm depending on mother's wedding dress & a 

miracle. For sewing machines, notions & services. 

© Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21019. 

On-the-spot surgical repair. For Singer surgical 

stitching instrument. © Aug. 2, 1943; KK 20906. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 8746 

In one of the busiest shipyards. For hearing 
aid. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 20956. 

SoundScriber corp.. New Haven. 8747-8749 

For SoundScriber: 

Behavior of 2,000 horses. © June 24, 1943; 
KK 20800. 

749 letters a day dictated in Washington. © 
Sept. 9, 1943; KK 20869. 

War plants save manpower and costly mis- 
takes with SoundScriber. © July 17, 1943; KK 
20801. 

South Bend lathe works. South Bend, Ind. 8750 

South Bend. For engine lathes. © Aug. 2, 1943; 
KK 20937. 



Stance, inc., New York. 8751-8754 

For mineral oil: 

Airplane spotter: Notice how frisky Mary 
seems these days? © Sept. 20, 1942; KK 21025. 

Don't miss this opportunity to buy the new 
gallon size of nujol at a tremendous saving! © Oct. 
1, 1942; KK 21026. 

Hostess: You never used to be so active, 
Babs. © Aug. 26, 1942; KK 21024. 

I was afraid you'd have to cancel your appoint- 
ment. For nose drops. © Jan. 14, 1942; KK 21023. 



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Standard blouse, inc., New York. 8755 

Miss November a new hit blouse. For ladies 
blouse. © Sept. 21, 1943; KK 21069. 

Standard distillers products, inc., Baltimore. 8756 
Kenmont. For distilled alcoholic beverages & 
wines. © Aug. 30, 1943; KK 20810. 

Stow mfg. CO., Binghamton, N. Y. 8757 

Stow price list for bulletins 421, 422, 427. For 
flexible drill shafts, drill & threaded adapters, & 
ball & three-jawed chucks. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 
21022. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 8758, 8759 

Airmen of tomorrow. For airplane engines and 

military trucks, © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 20870. 

You purr just like those engines dad builds. For 

airplane engines. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 20818. 

Super-fine products, inc., Atlanta. 8760, 8761 

How to turn $1 into $1,000 profit. Postcard. 

For soft drink beverage. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 

20824. 

Tasty, tangy, make mine de-lux cola. For soft 

drink. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 20825. 

Switlik parachute co., Trenton, N. J. 8762, 8763 
For parachute: 

$200 baill © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 21201. 
Working for dear life. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 
20996. 

Timken roller bearing co., Canton, O. 8764-8766 
For roller bearings: 

Battle stations for Timken bearings. © Sept. 
5, 1943; KK 20987. 

Jap-killing machine. © June 24, 1943; KK 
21178. 

Just a few pounds of Timken alloy steel. For 
Timken alloy steel. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 20986. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit, 8767 

Nice work if you can get Altes lager's aged-in 

sealed-in flavor. For beer. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
20991. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 8768, 8769 

Make your floors last longer. For floor treat- 
ment. © Oct. 6, 1943; KK 21164. 

Uncle Sam's repeated approval. For caulking 
compound. © Sept, 15, 1943; KK 20848. 

United feature syndicate, inc.. New York. 8770-8773 
For wheat breakfast food: 

Li'l Abner, a forest fire I © Sept. 3, 1943; 
KK 21055. 

Li'l Abner goes to the county fair. © Jan. 
29, 1943; KK 21054. 

Li'l Abner, leggo o' me. Skunk Hollow. © 
June 21, 1943; KK 20954. 

Li'l Abner, to save Salomey. Beauty contest. 
© Mar. 6, 1943; KK 20955. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 8774, 8775 

Insulate with red top wool, IW-15. For insulat- 
ing wool. © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 20976. 

Thatch siding, RF-53, For siding shingles, © 
Aug. 18, 1943; KK 20973. 

Univls lens co., Dayton, O. 8776-8780 

For eyeglasses: 

Don't fade out of the picture at 40. © Aug. 7, 
1942: KK 20942. 



Future ahead. © Nov. 13, 1942; KK 20944. 

Here's a hero who never held a gun. ® Jan. 
15, 1943; KK 20945. 

Sh-h-h-h, nobody even suspects I'm a grand- 
mother. © Feb. 20, 1943; KK 20946. 

They say, Mary will never see forty again. 
© Oct. 20, 1942; KK 20943. 

Valve pilot Corp., New York. 8781, 8782 

For recording instrument: 

Valve pilot tape talks no. 46. © Oct. 5, 1943; 
KK 21119. 

Valve pilot tape talks no. 47. © Oct. 5, 1943; 
KK 21118. 

Vanity corset co., inc.. New York. 8783-8785 

For corsets: 

American Red cross- -trouble shooters the 
world over. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21149. 

Salute to these marines. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 
21148. 

SPARS ahoyl © July 1, 1943; KK 21147. 

Victory floor covering co. See Freeman (Jack 
Edwin), d. b. a. Victory floor covering co. 

Vinco Corp., Detroit. 8786, 8787 

They flew to victory on millionths of an inch. 

For precision instruments. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 

21195. 

Vinco. For boiler cleaner, soot-off, field test 

kit, leak seal, rust preventer. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 

21110. 

Walton rice mill, inc., Stuttgart, Ark. 8788 

Food marketers strike rich profit vein in Won- 
deRice. For food. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 21146. 

Wayne knitting mills. Belle Sharmeer div., Fort 
Wayne. 8789-8791 

For women's stockings: 

Belle Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes. 
The best summer strategy for legs, in nylon or 
victory textures. © June 1, 1942; KK 21172. 

Belle Sharmeer stockings in all leg sizes. 
The smoothest story ever told. © Oct. 1, 1942; 
KK 21171. 

How to improve your stocking technique in 
wartime. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 20860. 

Weaver Pres-kloth co., Omaha. 8792, 8793 

For pressing cloths: 

Pres-kloth, a patented pressing cloth, etc. 
© Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21208. 

Pres-kloth, the famous chemically treated 
pressing cloth. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21207. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 8794-8799 

For liquid dentifrice: 

Day by day, a prettier smile. © Aug. 20, 
1943; KK 20836. 

Pour yourself a sparkling new smile. © July 
23, 1943; KK 20832. 
For toothbrush: 

As indispensable as a toothbrush. ©Aug. 20, 
1943; KK 20970. 

Prime essential. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 20972. 

This one indispensable thing. © Aug. 26, 
1943; KK 20971. 

What's more Important than a toothbrush? 
© July 29, 1943; KK 20969. 



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Weldon tool co., Cleveland. 

Weldon fast spiral end mills. 
© Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21181. 



8800 
For end mills. 



8801-8804 



Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 
For neckties: 

Adirondack brown. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 21092. 

Colorado blue. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21093. 

Value assured. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21096. 

Wait for me, my beauty, I'll soon be back. 
© Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21095. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div., 
New Haven. 8805 

In one respect world war n will be exactly like 

world war I. For flashlight batteries. © Sept, 1, 

1943; KK 20814. 



Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div., New Haven. 8806, 8807 

Skeet shooters, we're proud of your achieve- 
ments. For ammunition. ©July 13, 1943; KK20819. 
This battery advertising now builds for your to- 
morrow. For flashlight batteries. © Sept. 1, 1943; 
KK 21067. 



Williams (J. H.) & co., Buffalo. 8808 

How and why Williams' tools aid war produc- 
tion, datasheet B. For drop-forgings & drop-forged 
tools. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20813. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western cart- 
ridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Winchester 
repeating arms co. div. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



3,335 



199 



PRINT OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
, UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[8808 



Scott paper co. 1 

ScotTissue. It's the counted sheets that count. 
For toilet paper and paper towels. © Scott paper 
CO., Chester, Pa. RR 69, Sept. 15, 1943. 



200 



LABELS 



Atmore & son, inc., Philadelphia. 8809 

Atmore's plum pudding. For plum pudding. © 
Sept. 17, 1943; KK 21015. 

Baugh & sons co., Baltimore. 8810 

Baugh's premium plant food & soil builder. For 
fertilizer. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 20845. 

Borden co.. New York. 8811 

Borden's wej-cut, a delicious blend of cream 
cheese etc. For cream cheese product. © July 15, 
1943; KK 20994. 

Buston (George) Tazewell, Va. 8812 

Can you do it? Brain strain puzzle. For puz- 
zle. © Aug. 23, 1943; KK 20863. 

Carpenter steel co., Reading, Pa. 8813-8817 

Carpenter HyMu 80. For high nickel alloy steel. 
© Sept. 21, 1943; KK 21051. 
For alloy moid steel: 

Carpenter no. 158. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 
20940. 

Carpenter Samson no. 1. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
20939. 

Carpenter Samson no. 2. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
20941. 

H-9 extra. For cold heading die steel. © Sept. 
29, 1943; KK 21112. 

Carter products, inc.. New York. 8818 

Arrid. For deodorant and antr-perspirant. © 
June 1, 1943; KK 20908. 

Citrus fruit juice co., Knoxville, Tenn. 8819 

Sun-ripe orange juice. For fruit juices drinks. 
© Sept. 5, 1943; KK 20921. 

Coles (Ross) Chicago. 8820 

Military pin-up kit. For military pin-up kit. © 
Aug. 10, 1943; KK 21059. 

Dixie baking co. See Sellers (Robert Dell), d. b. a 
Dixie baking co. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 8821 

Windex. For cleanser for glass, porcelain and 
tile. © Feb. 5, 193o; KK 209Z2. 

Germo distributing co. See Grimes (Oscar D.), d. 
b. a. Germo distributing co. 



Gioia macaroni co., inc., Rochester, N. Y. 8822 
Noodles. For noodles. © Mar. 30, 1943; KK 
20931. 

Gluek brewing co., Minneapolis. 8823 

Gluek's stite. For a pale light -bodied malt 
liquor. © Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21052. 

Goetz (Charles Sanford) Tarentimi, Pa. 8824 

Jane Pickford's present package. For decorative 
paper, cord and accessories for wrapping gifts. © 
Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21113. 



Grimes (Oscar D.),d. b. a. Germo distributing co., 
West Memphis, Ark. 8825 

Germo. For poultry and hc^ tonic. © Jan. 1, 

1943; KK 21139. 

HW CO. See Wiegmann (E?.rle Evan), d. b. a. HW 

CO. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. Y. 

8826 
Dandelion brand butter color. For certified 
color. © June 15, 1943; KK 20844. 

Hearing aid battery service. Upper Montclair, N. J. 

8827 
Habs battery clubplan. Forhearingaid batteries.' 
© Sept. 15, 1943; KK 20923. 

House of La Cara, Bay City, Mich. 8828 

La Cara liquid face powder. For liquid face 
powder. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 20995. 

Kroger grocery & baking co., Cincinnati. 

8829-8833 
For foodstuffs: 

Kroger's country club quality brand egg 
noodles. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20915. 

Kroger's country club quality brand elbo 
macaroni. © Sept. 7, 1943; KK 20912. 

Kroger's country club quality brand elbo 
spaghetti. © Sept. 7, 1943; KK 20911. 

Kroger's country club quality brand macaroni. 
© Sept. 7, 1943; KK 20913. 

Kroger's country club quality brand spa- 
ghetti. © Sept. 7, 1943; KK 20914. 

Lake specialty co., Chicago. 8834, 8835 

Deluxe mural mirror. For mirrors. © Sept. 

15, 1943; KK 21017. 

No odor. For smoking stands and ash trays. © 

Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21016. 

Lederman (George) See Plaut (Ivan S.) & Leder- 
man (George), d. b. a. Plaut & Lederman. 

Mod-Ac mfg. CO., Los Ange..;s. 8836 

U. S. army amphibian jeep (Quack). For knock 

down kits for model amphibian jeeps. © July 1, 
1943; KK 21131. 

Pal umbo (Francisco) New York. 8837 

Sigari F. Palumbo. For Italian cigars. © Nov. 
20, 1942; KK 20804. 

Plaut (Ivan S.) & Lederman (George), d. b. a. Plaut 
& Lederman, Chicago. 8838 

Kleen-brite stove cleaner. For cleansing sub- 
stance. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21190. 

Plaut & Lederman. See Plaut (Ivan S.)& Lederman 
(George), d. b. a. Plaut & Lederman. 

Press-on, inc., New York. 8839 

Mend as you iron. For thermoplastic mending 
tape. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 20893. 



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pt, 4, n. s., V. 38 



Rain or shine box lunch Corp., Newark, N. J. 8840 
Rain or shine box lunches since 1924. For box 
lunches for war workers. © Aug. 31, 1943; KK 
20795. 

Saydah importii^ co., New York. 8841 

Saycraft. For linen, cotton, rayon & cotton table 
cloths, scarfs, etc. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21140. 

Sellers (Robert Dell), d. b. a. Dixie baking co., 
Dothan, Ala. 8842 

Dixie bread. For bread. © Sept. 10, 1943; KK 

21175. 

Sparks (James Everett) Miami, Fla. 8843 

D-C lotion. For a remedy for sunburn and heat 
rash. © Sept, 20, 1943; KK 20910. 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 8844 

Chase & Sanborn fancy mark coffee. For coffee. 
© Aug. 25, 1943; KK 21209. 

Standard chemical co., Brooklyn. 8845 

Glorene. For cosmetics for professional beauti- 
cian. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 20864. 

Stero-pruf, inc., San Francisco. 8846 

Fasten wall bracket. For toothbrush sterilizer. 
© Dec. 29, 1941; KK 21021. 



Symonds (Charles A.) Tulsa, Okl. 8847, 8848 

For food in packages or wrapped in paper con- 
tainers: 

Fryers drive-in. © Aug. 18, 1943; KK 21125. 

Fryers drive-in. A meal a minute. © Aug. 
18, 1943; KK 21126. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical corp., inc., Louis- 
ville. 8849 
Black leaf worm powder. For worm powder con- 
taining nicotine © Sept. 25, 1942; KK 21045. 

Towns (Glen E.) New York. 8850 

Sealed mysteries. For container for magic book. 
© Sept. 3, 1943; KK 20899. 

United States gjrpsum co., Chicago. 8851, 8852 

Pre-decorated sheetrock, WB-120. For gypsum 
wallboard. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 20975. 

Quiet please withauditone, SC-106. For acousti- 
cal tile. © Aug. 3, 1943; KK 20974. 

Wiegman (Earle Evan), d. b. a. HW co., St. Louis. 

8853 
HW E. E. ever excellent poultry aids. For 
poultry tablets for all kind of domestic fowls. © 
June 10, 1943; KK 20936. 

Winkler (James Samuel) Los Angeles. 8854 

Miniature desert garden cactus plants. For cac- 
tus plants. © June 28, 1943; KK 20828. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 613 



202 



LABEL OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[8854 



Petri cigar co., inc. 1 

Van Camp. For cigars. © Petri cigar co., inc., 
San Francisco. RR 70, Sept. 18, 1943. 



203 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OP CONGBESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

* 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 
No. 10 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk ('*') after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are difiEerent. 

II. Containir^ titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "I," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyr^ht registration of an unpublished work, followed hy date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, 'Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



(ID 



NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



(in) 



CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Betsch (Charles I.)* 8855 

Best bet. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1943; G 42308. 

Brockwell (John Butler)* 8856 

Zero, the Eskimo boy. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1943; G 
42354. 



Coast novelty co. 
Burman (Ellis): 
Classic nude. 



8857 



© Mar. 15, 1941; G 42309. 



Colonial granite co. 
Kastrup (Carl): 

Hayes memorial, 302. 
42352. 

Davis (Abraham Lincoln) 
Fellman (Catherine Hunt): 
Paratrooper child. © 1 
42338. 



8858 



© Sept. 29, 1943; G 



8859 



c. Oct. 16, 1943; G 



Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 8860, 8861 

Navajos at a water hole. - Sign of the trader. © 
1 c. each Nov. 6, 1943; G 42359, 42360. 

De Nigris (Clotilde Bocchetta)* 8862 

St. Jude. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1943; G 42355. 

Flynn (Michael Maria, sister )* 8863-8866 

Faithful Guardian. - Saint Joseph, the workman. 
- Star of peace. - Star of the sea. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 
1943; G 42344-42347. 

Frost (Willie Jane)* 8867 

Mana-Zucca. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; G 42379. 

Frustaglia (Frank A.)* 8868 

Onofrio (Saint ) © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; G 42307. 

Goldscheider-Everlast corp. 8869-8879 

Liedloff (Helen): 

Female Chinese figure in long kimono, danc- 
ing position, 823. - Male Chinese figure in kimono 
holding guitar with both hands, 822. © Oct. 1, 1943; 
G 42327, 42332. 

Mcintosh (Elizabeth): 

Mallard duck with outstretched wings in fly- 
ing position, 790. - Standing baby giraffe, head out- 
stretched, 754. © Oct. 1, 1943; G 42333, 42334. 

Porcher (Margaret): 

Female figure, 18th century dress, head slight- 
ly bent, 801. - Female figure holding ruff led skirt of 
18th century dress, 813. - Female figure sitting on 
stool, 18th century dress, 811. - Female figure sit- 
ting on stool, holding powderpuff with right hand up 
to face, 810. - Female figure with wide skirt, 18th 
century dress, 802. - Female half figure holding 
pigeons on each hand, 745. - Male figure in tailcoat, 
812. © Oct. 1, 1943; G 42324-42326, 42328-42331. 

Gordon (Elisabeth)* 8880 

Victory. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1943; G 42313. 



Harpignies (Zinaida)* 8881-8883 

Bear. - Head of a Chinese girl. -Head of a steer. 
© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1943; G 42348-42350. 

Herrick (John P.) 8884, 8885 

Euwer (Anthony): 

Monument commemorating first visit of a 
white man to Seneca oil spring in 1627. - Warning 
trade mark of the New York nitroglycerine com- 
pany, patented in 1869. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1943; G 
42302, 42303. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 8886 

Hintermeister (Hy. [i. e, J. H.]): 

Marshall ( General George C.) © 1 c. Nov. 
9, 1943; G 42368. 

Hutchison (Shelton Morrison) 8887 

Hutchison (S. M.) & Barnes (Lynn): 

Trinity medal. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1943; G 42323. 

Jenkins (June Yates)* 8888-8890 

Small girl dressed in uniform similar to U. S. 
WACS. - Small girl dressed in uniform similar to 
U. S. WAVES. - Yippee. © Nov. 3, 1943; G 42365- 
42367. 

Johanesen (Harry August)* 8891 

Our safety buddy club emblem. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 
1942; G 42337. 

Katz Oack)* 8892 

Air warden service, on the alert. © 1 c. Oct. 
29, 1943; G 42356. 

Kupprat (John)* 8893-8895 

Memorial: 

Jedlicka. - Schuppe. - Stumpf. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 16, 1943; G 42339-42341. 

Lingle (Vivian)* 8896, 8897 

Woodrow Wilson memorial coin. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 

1943; G 42353. 

Worlds fair commemorative coin. © 1 c. Oct, 

6, 1943; G 42376. 

Lithgow (David Cunningham)* 8898 

Family rosary. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1943; G 42335. 

Little -Jones co., inc. 8899 

Hasselriis (Malthe M.): 

Chinese garden scene. © Oct. 8, 1943; G 
42364. 

McGuire (William Joseph)* 8900 

American creed. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1943; G 42375. 

Maness (Norman Barton)* 8901 

America freedom Boeing. ' © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1943; 
G 42343. 



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8902 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Mellllo Ooseph)* 8902 

Flora. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1943; G 42336. 

Miller (Edna-Mae)'* 8903 

Fuel oil. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; G 42378. 

Millhouser (Harry L,)* 8904 

Our Savior. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; G 42342. 

New (Mary Frances) 8905 

Klinker (Orpha): 

Mary Frances New. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1943; G 
42362. 

New (Robert V.) 8906 

Klinker (Orpha): 

From the books of Robert V. New. © 1 c. 
Oct. 16, 1943; G 42363. 

Paramino studios. 8907-8912 

Paramino (John Francis): 

Blessed mother. - Christopher (Saint) who 
carried the Christ Child to safety. - Geoi^e (St.) 
patron saint of soldiers and sailors. - Guardian 
angel of my boy. - Light of the world. - Roch ( Saint) 
deliverer of the world from plague and pestilence. 
© May 1, 1943; G 42369-42374. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 8913-8921 

Coming of the dawn. - Eternal promise. - Ever 
enchanting peace, 2. - His golden days. - Princess. 
- Return to yesterdays. - Sacred horse. - Vanish- 
ed glories. - When evening comes. © 1 c. each Oct. 
26, 1943; G 42314-42322. 

Rankin (Hugh Doak)* 8922 

Scrambled zoo. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; G 42310. 



Rehling-Quistgaard (Johan Waldemar de)'* 



8923, 8924 



Des ign for victory. - Roosevelt (Honorable F rank- 
lin Delano) © 1 c. each Sept. 15, 1943; G 42304, 
42305. 

Ruotolo (Onorio)* 8925 

Post fata resurgam. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; G 
43280. 



Schettler (Amanda)* 

Duke. © Sept. 18, 1943; G 42300. 



8926 
8927 



Shaffer (Albert Henry) 

Stienkellner (Edward G.) & Shaffer (A. H.): 
CFC, Commonwealth flying club^ inc. © 1 c. 
Oct. 18, 1943; G 42311. 

Simmons (Emma GUI)* 8928 

Flag of the united nations. © 1 c. July 31, 1943; 
G 42377. 

Stedman (Ernest Harold)* 8929 

Snippy Squirrel. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1943; G 42312. 

Steele (Richard Andre)* 8930 

Organizational insignia. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1943; G 
42361. 

Sterry (Lewis T.)* 8931 

Battle stations. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1943; G 42357. 

Vermont marble co. 8932 

Whitehouse (Louis A.): 

Culkin memorial, D4-270. © Oct. 18, 1943; 
G 42351. 

Wagner (Francis SomerviUe)* 8933 

Sun shadows. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1943; G 42358. 

Wietzke (Bertha) 8934 

Crane (Bertha): 

Santa Claus is coming. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1943; 
G 42306. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



1,094 



206 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Abt (Edgar L.) 8935 

X-ray technique. © July 1, 1943; J 35896. 

AEtna life affiliated cos. 8936 

Don'ts for diggers. © June 28, 1943; K 54001. 

Albree (G. Norman) 8937, 8938 

Gun-fire control system. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; I 

33343. 

Uni-set multi-range sighting-means. © 1 c. 

Oct. 23, 1943; I 33314. 

Allen (Argyll C.) 8939 

Durocast railroad tie. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; I 
33376. 

American air filter co., inc. 8940 

Size and characteristics of air-borne solids. © 
Jan. 2, 1937; I 33277. 

American bank note co. 8941-8954 

American locomotive co. Trade mark special 
V-84327, laydown from V-66029. © July 22, 1943; 
K 53884. 

Arce (Manuel Jose) Banco central de reserva 
de El Salvador, special V-84037, © May 4, 1943; K 
53891. 

Beech aircraft corporation. Trade mark special 
V-84304, laydown from V-82885. © July 24, 1943; 
K 53885. 

Calvo (Joaquin Bernardo) Banco nacional de Cos- 
ta Rica, special V-83776. © Feb. 4, 1943; K 53881. 

Escalante (Manuel Garcia) Banco nacional de 
Costa Rica, special V-83860. © Feb. 24, 1943; K 
53888. 

Iglesia parroquial de Heredia. Banco nacional 
de Costa Rica, special V-83903. © Mar. 6, 1943; 
K 53893. 

Nederlandsch-Indie, special V-84031, reduction 
of V-43217. © Apr. 26, 1943; K 53892. 

Oil production no. 1, V-84302. © Aug. 6, 1943; 
K 53886. 

Ramirez (Gregorio Jose) Banco nacional de 
Costa Rica, special V-83967. © Mar. 31, 1943; K 
53889. 

San Jose, pila de la Plaza Principal. Banco 
nacional de Costa Rica, special V-83808. © Mar. 
3, 1943; K 53882. 

Vargas (President Getulio) Republica dos Esta- 
dos Unidos do Brazil, special V-83701. © Sept. 8, 
1943; K 53887. 

Volcan Poas. Banco nacional de Costa Rica, 
special V-83898. © Mar. 4, 1943; K 53894. 

Wilhelmina (H. M. Queen) Nederland, Neder- 
landsch-Indie, special V-84036. © May 3, 1943; 
K 53890. 

Wurlitzer (Rudolph) co. Combination special 
V-843 72, laydown from V-70988 - V-66312. © Sept. 
15, 1943; K 53883. 

American national Red cross. 8955 

Folding card table, ARC 1405-18. © Oct. 27, 
1943; I 33366. 



Armstrong cork co. 8956 

Index chart [for heat treating] WDSS-3 steel. © 
Jan. 15, 1943; I 33306. 

Asbury (Stanley Joseph) 8957 

Fruit picker. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; I 33348. 

Badgett (Esther) 8958 

Galveston's famed Badgett quads, 9A-H1316. © 
Aug. 22, 1939; K 53868. 

Banthrico. 8959 

Leading our fight to victory. © Oct. 27, 1943; 
K 53964. 

Barber (Hiram E.) 8960 

Tire removii^ tool. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 
33323. 

Barnett (Sidney) 8961, 8962 

Duke smiles. - Duke writes. © Oct. 26, 1943; 
J 35893, 35894. 

Bausch & Lomb optical co. 8963 

Henry Lomb (S. S.) in convoy; by Anton Otto 
Fischer. © Sept. 27, 1943; K 53947. 

Beard (Frank L.) 8964 

Gage plate. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 33319. 

Beaupre (Johan Cornelius Kromhout) 8965-8967 
Combination coffee and toast maker. - Design 
for juice extractor squeezing two halves In one easy 
operation. - Fluorescent desklamp. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 4, 1943; I 33361-33363. 

Bemer (Robert William) & Mlkkelsen (Franklin 
Johns) 8968 

[Nomograph used for the reduction of compound 

machining and boring operations, etc.] © 1 c. Nov. 

1, 1943; I 33349. 

Bendlck U^ck) 8969 

Container closure with measuring spout. © 1 c. 
Oct. 22, 1943; I 33326. 

Bendix aviation corp. Frlez Instrument dlv. 8970 
Univ. rain gage chart, P -42331. © July 28, 
1943; I 33286. 

Bird (Bezant) 8971 

Picture plane co-ordinate method. © Nov. 1, 
1943; I 33365. 

Bohemian Benedictine order. 8972 

Prince of Peace; by Sigurd C. Vogt. © Oct. 8, 
1943; K 53960. 

Bressler editorial cartoons. Inc. Victory-builders 
dlv. 8973, 8974 

More of everything -quick? -Teamed for victory. 

© Sept. 30, 1943; K 53900, 53901. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Brethren service committee, inc. 8975-8979 

Camp leader examining a gift parcel. - Home at 
the end of the day. - Most welcome call in camp, 
dinner. - Soup dispensary. - Staff of one of our best 
camps, © 1 c. each Nov. 4, 1943; J 35913-35917. 

Broadston Qames A.) 8980 

Plastic surface roughness standards. © 1 c. 
Oct. 20, 1943; I 33305. 

Broesel (Carl A.) & Broesel (Olive Ann) 8981 

Razor scissors. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; I 33374. 

Brown Qoe H.) 8982 

Power take-off. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; I 33377. 

Brown (Walter Barrett) 8983 

William Williams on the transferral of a pres- 
ent Indication to a future possibility. © 1 c. Oct. 
14, 1943; I 33276. 

Brown & Bigelow. 8984 

Alert; by J. Knowles Hare. © Aug. 23, 1943; K 
54034. 

Brown Instrument co. 8985-8988 

Brown Instrument co. [chart] no. 1623T. © July 
16, 1943; I 33282. 

no. 1867B, © Aug. 10, 1943; I 33283. 

no. 14066. © Sept. 15, 1943; I 33284. 

no. 14073. © Mar. 30, 1943; I 33285. 



Cacossa (Joseph Peter) 

Thoughts. © Sept. 20, 1943; K 53905. 



8989 



Clark (Henry) 8990-8992 

Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat in Marcus Is. action. 

© Oct. 30, 1943; K 53999, 

Grumman XF6F-3 Hellcat. © Oct. 30, 1943; K 

54000. 

Stearman PT-13 primary trainer. © Oct. 30, 

1943; K 53998. 

Commercial films. Inc. 8993 

To the women. © Oct. 12, 1943; J 35900. 

Commercial travelers mutual accident assn. of 
America, Utlca, N. Y. 8994 

Accident saboteur casts his shadow over Man- 
hattan. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1943; K 53962. 

Cram (George F.) co., Inc. 8995 

Table showing approximate distortion east and 
west on polar azimuthal equidistant projection, to 
60* south. © Sept. 27, 1943; I 33281. 

De Frenes & co. 8996 

Navy dispatch form, SN-1514. © 1 c, Oct. 27, 
1943; J 35892. 

Dews (Dayle Reed) 8997 

Defenders of democracy. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1943; 
J 35901. 

Diamond Ironworks, inc. Mahr mfg. co. dlv. 

8998-9007 
Mahr fan, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 70, 80, 90. 
© May 14, 1943; I 33331-33340. 

Dlrand (Louis J.) 9008 

Chart of time for different cities of the world. 
© 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; I 33353. 



Dixon (Alfred) speech systems, inc. 9009-9011 

Articulation: 

Lips. - Lower. - Upper. © July 27, 1943; I 
33278-33280. 

Doak (Hugh) 9012, 9013 

Manchester, Tenn.: 

Away to the sunlit sea. - Sweetwater. © Oct. 
13, 1943; J 35792, 35793. 

Douglass (Irma L.) & Douglass (Lincoln E.) 9014 
Fish lure. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1943; I 33368. 

Elsman (Ernest H.) 9015 

One-hand tourniquet. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; I 
33372. 

Fluorescent fixture & supply co. 9016 

More power for victory. © Mar. 23, 1943; K 
53995. 

Foxboro CO. 9017-9031 

[Foxboro combination flow meter, pressure 
gauge and temperature recorder chart] 898645. © 
Oct. 9, 1943; I 33296. 

[Foxboro combination flow meter, pressure 
gauge and thermometer chart] 898654, 898656. © 
Oct. 9, 1943; I 33299, 33300. 

[Foxboro combination liquid level gauge and pres- 
sure gauge chart] 898657. © Oct. 9, 1943; I 33301. 

[Foxboro combination pressure gauge and ther- 
mometer chart] 898648. © Oct. 9, 1943; I 33297. 

[Foxboro flow meter chart] 898103, 899047. © 
Oct. 9, 1943; I 33292, 33302. 

[Foxboro flow meter or liquid level gauge chart] 
858050, 898282. © Oct. 9, 1943; I 33290, 33293. 

[Foxboro pressure gauge chart] 898653, © Oct. 
9, 1943; I 33298. 

[Forijoro pressure gauge or thermometer chart] 
89832-A, 898442. © Oct. 9, 1943; I 33289, 33294. 

[Fojdjoro strain gauge recorder and pressure 
recorder chart] 85825. © Oct. 9, 1943; I 33288. 

[Foxboro strain scanning recorder chart]890652. 
© Oct. 9, 1943; I 33291. 

[Foxboro thermometer or pressure gauge chart] 
898460-A. © Oct. 9, 1943; I 33295. 

French (Harvey) 9032 

Self-counting addressograph drawer. © 1 c. 
Oct. 22, 1943; I 33324. 

General motors Corp. Fisher body dlv. 9033, 9034 
Share the ride now to prevent cuts In your gas 

ration. © Oct. 20, 1943; K 54008 

You can't build bombers at home. © Sept. 29, 

1943; K 54007. 

General timber service. Inc. 9035 

Factory built panel house. © Oct, 15, 1943; I 
33313. 

Godel (Howard F.) 9036 

[Combination protractor and ruler] © 1 c, Sept. 
15, 1943; I 33315. 

Gospel light press. 9037 

Christian birth certificate. © Mar. 20, 1941; K 
53985. 

Govern (Charles L.) 9038 

Where cowmen meet. © Jan. 15, 1942; K 54004. 



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9132 



Grain (Mark) 9039-9041 

Board bingo; or, Breaking the bank. © 1 c. Nov. 

2, 1943; I 33355. 

Competition; or, Smoke. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1943; 

I 33342. 

French bourse. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1943; I 33304. 

Great Lakes steel corp. 9042 

[Steel characteristic chart] © July 17, 1942; I 
33356. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 9043 

Variable time/iate calculator. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 
1943; I 33341. 

Greenway (Lewis M.) 9044 

Utility accessories trays and bag combination. 
© 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; I 33375. 

Gross (WUliamH.) 9045,9046 

Vote Get on payrolls in 1940. © Aug. 9, 1939; 

K 53903. 

Vote Guard our peace in 1940. © Sept. 12, 1939; 

K 53904. 

Groth (Louie J.) 9047 

Likeness of Louie J. Groth. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1943; J 35895. 

Guidi (Louis) 9048 

I sold on credit - I sold for cash. © Oct. 18, 
1943; K 54012. 

Gutmann & Gutmann, inc. 9049, 9050 

Gutmann (Bessie Pease): 

May we come in, 808. - Perfect peace, 809. 
© Oct. 5, 1943; K 53895, 53896. 

Haberstroh Qohn C.) 9051 

Coyote examining old buffalo skull. © Sept. 21, 
1943; J 35777. 

Hackney (Myron Winston) 9052 

Transparent plastic door, © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; 
I 33350. 

Eager (Ernest) 9053 

Stubby Bilgebottom. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1943; K 
54024. 

Hare Q. Knowles) 9054-9068 

Champ. - Confidence. -Faithfully yours. - Happy 
days. - I dream of Jeanie. - Make believe lady. - 
Of Thee we sing! - Oh, boy! - Pleased to meet you. 
- Smilin' through. - Steady, lad. - Temptation. - 
Thoroughbreds. - Willing workers. - Winner. © 
Jan. 1, 1943; K 53918-53931, 53946. 

Higgins industries, inc. 9069 

Higgins all-purpose derrick & salvage plan. © 
1 c. Oct. 27, 1943; I 33328. 

HUl (Harry Capelle) 9070, 9071 

Preserve the freedom and liberties that brought 

our forefathers to America. Buy bonds. © Oct. 20, 

1943; K 53957. 

They won in '65, we win in '45. © Oct. 9, 1943; 

K 53897. 

Horwitz (Rollo MelvUle) 9072 

Idle bottles aid the Axis. © Oct. 29, 1943; K 
53984. 

563351 0-43-2 



House of art. 9073 

On leave, A 184; by Silzanne. © Sept. 30, 1943; 
K 53917. 

Hudson (Henry B.) 9074 

Removable rubber heel. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 
33317. 

Hvmgerford (Cyrus C.) 9075-9078 

Absentee kicks out a V. - It's just too bad if you 

believe in Santa Claus. - Ounce of prevention is 

worth a pound of cure. © Oct. 18, 1943; K 53938- 

53940. 

These boys find it hard to get to work, too! © 

Oct. 18, 1943; K 53961. 

Hutching (Carl H.) 9079-9081 

Mother and babe. - Round up of 1943. - Swan. © 
1 c. each Sept. 18, 1943; J 35795-35797, 

Industrial equities, inc. 9082-9090 

Big three. Keep 'em on the job with coal saving 
ideas. F-31. © Sept. 24, 1943; K 53989, 

Every shift has an equal opportunity to submit 
worthwhile suggestions. F-43. © Sept. 24, 1943; 
K 53992, 

How to make your ideas go farther, F-36, © 
Sept, 24, 1943; K 53990, 

Ideas are everywhere. Look your job over and 
tell us how to improve it. F-39, © Sept, 24, 1943; 
K 53991. 

Ideas pay. Practical suggestions are valuable. 
F-23. © Sept. 24, 1943; K 53987. 

Let us help you plan your ideas. Submit sugges- 
tions and win awards. F-49. © Sept. 24, 1943; K 
53994. 

Salvage search. What unused equipment can be 
put back to work? F-19. © Sept. 24, 1943; K 
53986, 

Vital for victory - maintenance and production. 
F-28. © Sept, 24, 1943; K 53988, 

You have what it takes, F-46", © Sept, 24, 1943; 
K 53993, 

Jacobs (William Frank) 9091, 9092 

Bellevue albuminimeter. - Past, present and 
future, © 1 c, each Nov, 1, 1943; I 33351, 33352, 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 9093, 9094 

Armament, nomenclature, operation, inspection 

and maintenance. Navy quiz no. 20, © 1 c. Oct. 29, 

1943; J 35897. 

Mathematics and the pilot. © Sept. 10, 1943; J 

35790. 

Jansson (Arvid) 9095 

Outline of pantograph. © 1 c. Nov, 8, 1943; I 
33371, 

Johnson (Alfred H.) 9096 

Safety welder's handle. © 1 c. Oct, 22, 1943; I 
33325, 

Keen (William Lee) 9097 

Our glory, © 1 c, Nov. 5, 1943; J 35919. 

Kellogg CO. 9098 

Back home, when troubles marred my rest, etc. 
© Oct. 14, 1943; K 54005. 

Keystone view co. 9099-9132 

Keystone stereoscopic service. BU 5 - BU 38. 
© July 14, 1943; J 35930-35963. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



King features syndicate, inc. 9133-9135 

Emelie tries the new sofa. Z-176. - Entrance 

to Quints new manse. Z-175. © Oct. 31, 1943; J 

35928, 35929. 

Quints new castle. Z-167. © Oct. 24, 1943; J 

35927. 

Kolb (M. Charles) 9136 

Deviation graph. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1943; I 33345. 

Larned 0- A.) & Hune (M. B.) 9137 

Schedometer. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1943; I 33307. 

Let's go America, radio program. 9138 

Light of liberty spectacle - the torch of sacri- 
fice. © Oct. 15, 1943; K 53967. 

Levinsen (Claus) 9139 

Spiral - concentric ventilator diagram C.L.C., 
no. 009. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1943; I 33303. 

Louisiana. 9140, 9141 

Louisiana alcoholic beverage tax. 1/2 gallon 

still wine under 14 ^# , 17891-C. ©Oct. 11, 1943; 

K 53936. 

State of Louisiana. Soft drink tax, 20 cents, 

17889-C. © Oct. 8, 1943; K 53937. 

Low (Robert M.) jr. 9142 

Improved monkey wrench. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; 
I 33321. 

Luth (Irvin) 9143 

Extra, read all about it! © Sept. 28, 1943; K 
54025. 

McDowell (Donald Charles) 9144 

When a feller needs a friend. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 
1943; J 35891. 

McFarland-Dye. 9145 

My son is in the United States air force. © 
Oct. 7, 1943; K 54026. 

Marblehead historical society, 9146-9149 

Safford (Ruth Perkins) Lee mansion, Marble- 
head, Massachusetts: 

Family dining room. - Family parlor. -Green 
bedchamber. - State drawing room. © May 15, 
1942; H 2608-2611. 

Martin (William Francis) 9150 

Pipe line computing chart. © Oct. 28, 1943; I 
33354. 

Martinez (Claudio F.) 9151 

Victory garden game. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1943; I 
33344. 

Marx (Virginia) 9152 

United nations fight for freedom. © June 14, 
1943; J 35794. 

Mausser (Robert) 9153 

Old Fort Dearborn. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1943; J 
35890. 

May (Bruce F.) 9154 

O'Reilly service club. © Oct. 14, 1943; J 35789. 

Meyer (Peter A. R.) 9155 

Venturi tubes. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 33318. 



Mianulli (Joseph) 9156, 9157 

East and west standard time. - Perpetual lunar 

calendar. © 1 c. each Sept. 9, 1943; I 33310, 33311. 

Michigan united conservation clubs, inc. 9158 

Michigan outdoors. © Oct. 3, 1943; K 53933. 

Moore dry kiln co. 9159 

Moore-kiln recorder [chart] 0801. © Oct. 4, 
1943; I 33287. 

Moretti (Philip B.) 9160 

Auxiliary wind power unit. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; 
I 33322. 

Mulford (Louis K.) 9161-9263 

Agnes (I^e) Canada, 1, 2. - Athabaska River, 
B. C, 1. - Banff gardens. Can., 1. - Beauty Bay 
near Coeur d'Alene, Ida. - Bow Lake, Canada, 14- 
16. - Bow River, Mt. Rundle, 17 1/2. - Bow River, 
Mt. Rundle, B. C, 15. - Bryce Canyon, 2. - Bryce 
Canyon, Utah, 1. - Buffalo herd near Banff, B. C, 
1. - Columbian ice fields. Can., 8. - Crater Lake, 
Ore., 1. - Ducks, Gen. Douglas MacArthur park, 
Los Angeles, Calif. - Flowers, farm scene near 
Medford, Oregon. - Fremont Lake, Wyo., 1, 2. - 
Grand Canyon, South rim, 1. - Green pastures. - 
Green River Lake, Wyoming, 1, 2. - Hallenbeck 
park, Los Angeles, Calif., 2. - Hanging Lake, near 
Glenwood Springs, Colo., 1. - Indian day, Banff, 
B. C, 2, 5. - Isabel (Lake) near Ward, Colo., 1. 

- Jackson Lake, Wyoming, 1. - Lagun Beach, Calif., 
1. - Linda (Lake) Canada. - Long Lake, Wyoming. 

- Lookout Lake, Wyo. - Louise (Lake) Canada, 57- 
60, 62-64, 68, 70, 71, 76, 80, 82, 96, 100. - Mc- 
Coy's Chandra, grand champion, Los Angeles, 
Calif. - Marie (Lake) Snowy Range, Wyo., 8, 79-B, 
80, 85. - Mary's Lake, G. N. park, Mont., 4, 5, 13. 

- Midway, 17 mile drive, Calif., 1, 2. - Mirror Lake, 
Snowy Range, Wyo., 9. - Mirror Lake, Wyo., 1-B 

- 6-B, 8-B, 9-B, 10 - 20, 83. - O'Hara (Lake) 
Canada, 10. - Oregon thoroughbreds. - Priest 
Lake, Idaho, 5. - Red Rock Lake, near Ward, Colo., 
1. - Reflections, scene near Worcester, Mass., 1. 

- Rustic fern dell, Los Angeles, Calif., 1.-17 
mile drive, Calif., 1. - Shell Beach, Calif. - Ver- 
milion Lake, B. C, 1. - Waterton Lakes, Canada, 
12-14. - Watkins Glen, New York, 1. © 1 c. each 
Oct. 19, 1943; J 35798-35889. 

Marie (Lake) - Snowy Range, Wyo., 86, 87, 89, 
91, 102, 119. - Mirror Lake, Wyo., 128, 129, 131, 
134, 138. © 1 c. each Nov. 1, 1943; J 35902-35912. 

Murphy (D. P.) co. 9264 

Christmas offering [envelope] © Nov. 1, 1943; 
K 54013. 

National fire protection assn. 9265-9268 

Feed fighters, not fires. - Fires fight for the 
Axis! - War's over for this plant. - Was somebody 
careless? © Aug. 1, 1943; K 53953-53956. 



New York graphic society. Inc. 9269-9291 

Arabesque romantique, 711; by August Von 
Munchhausen. - Attitude romantique, 710; by Au- 
gust Von Munchhausen. - Bali Beauties, 714; by 
Cosmo de Salvo. - Ballerina, 713; by John Plumer 
Ludlum. - Blossom time, 676; by Frans Oerder, - 
Charm of China, 715; by Molly Guion. - Christ and 
the rich young ruler, 717; by Heinrich Hofmann. - 
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, 716; by Hein- 
rich Hofmann. - Corps du ballet russe, 677; by 



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9353 



August von Munchhausen. - Dance, 665; by Jean 
Baptiste Pater. - Fairy tale, 702; by Walter Firle. 

- Gleam o' gold, 899; by Cecil Golding. - Herself, 
764; by Robert Henri. - In the park, 721; by Marie 
Laurencin. - Jade and China, 796; by Molly Guion. 

- Lovers, 720; by Pablo Picasso. - Montgomery 
(Mrs . James) 798; by Thomas Sully, - Scheherazade, 
712; by John Plumer Ludlum. - Spring landscape, 
799; by Grant Wood. - Summer in Devonshire, 680; 
by W. Lee Hankey. - Temple dancer, 797; by Cecil 
Golding. - Wedding feast in Holland, 664; by F. 
Oomeling. -Winter's dreamland, 603; by K.Matthew. 
© Oct. 11, 1943; K 2585-2607. 

Norcross. 9292 

Just moved! We're finally settled in our new 
place, etc., 5R808. © Oct. 1, 1943; K 53909. 



Patterson (Margaret Bent) 

Duration Christmas. © 
35918. 



9293 
1 c. Oct. 19, 1943; J 



Pencarski (John) 9294 

Sliding tapered tap. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1943;! 33327. 

Permutit co. 9295, 9296 

Ranarex recorder charts, 26047, 26048. © Oct. 
26, 1943; I 33357-33358, 

Piatt & Munk co., inc. 9297, 9298 

Story book: 

Little Black Sambo, 102B. - Peter Rabbit, 
102C. © May 21, 1943; K 53934, 53935. 

Providence lithograph co. 9299-9307 

Arrival of the shepherds; by LeroUe. " Happy 
playmates; by Stecher. - Jesus meets a woman 
of Samaria; by Elsie Anna Wood. - Stranger is 
made welcome; by Dorothy Handsaker. - They laid 
Him in a manger; by Joyce Lankester Brisley. - 
Together we learn about God; by Dorothy Hand- 
saker. - When Jesus went to the Temple; by George 
Timothy Tobin. © Sept. 30, 1943; K 53910-53916. 
God careth for you. Good food for all. - Lord 
is good to all. The friend in God's House. © Sept. 
30, 1943; K 53958, 53959. 

Pullman co. 9308-9316 

Do it now, not tomorrow. 35. © Sept. 7, 1943; 
K 53976. 

Future is bright for those who put their ideas 
into action today. 39. © Oct. 5, 1943; K 53979, 

Loyal American. 38. © Sept. 28, 1943; K 
53978. 

October winners. © Oct, 25, 1943; K 53974. 

Somebo^ had a great Idea. 42. © Oct. 26, 
1943; K 53982. 

This is your fight - your suggestion may help 
win it. 41. © Oct. 19, 1943; K 53981. 

Winners for September. © Sept. 20, 1943; K 
53975. 

Winning an award is the only thing I know of 
that is more fun than catching a fish. 36. © Sept. 
14, 1943; K 53977. 

Your best opportunity to serve your country is 
perfecting your job. 40. © OcL 12, 1943; K 53980. 

Quaker state lithographing co., inc. 9317-9319 

Blue-winged teal, 201; by Francis L. Jaques. - 

Valley quail, plate 54; by Athos Menaboni. © Oct. 

13, 1943; K 53948, 53950. 

Bob-white, plate 53; by Athos Menaboni. © 

Sept. 20, 1943; K 53949. 



Rayfar enterprises. 9320 

Your Flag - my Flag, long may it wave. © Aug. 
31, 1943; K 53951. 

Retail reporting corp. 9321 

Do me a favor, don't buy war bonds! © 1 c. 
Sept. 23, 1943; K 53908. 

Richmond hat mfg. co., inc. 9322 

Presenting the new sandswept, etc. © Dec. 16, 
1939; K 53932. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) 9323 

Alterations to ticket lobby. State theatre, W. 
Federal st., Youngstown, Ohio. © Oct. 29, 1943; 
I 33364. 

Rubovits (Toby) inc. 9324 

Protect the things you have. © Oct. 11, 1943; 
K 53966. 

Russell (Walter) 9325-9335 

Freedom: 

From fear. - From fear and freedom from 
want. - From fear on pedestal. - From want. - 
From want and freedom of worship. - From want 
and freedom of worship on pedestal. - Of speech. - 
Of speech and freedom from fear. - Of worship. 
- Of worship and freedom of speech. - Of worship 
and freedom of speech on pedestal. © Sept. 9, 
1943; J 35778-35788. 

Saugstad (Eugenie DeLand) 9336 

Alexandria woman's club. © Nov. 1, 1943; K 
54006. 

Schneider (C. R.) co. 9337 

Fisherman's luck; by Thomas O. Sheckell. © 
Nov. 11, 1941; K 53907. 

Scott (Lee Roy) 9338, 9339 
Fight for freedom. © Aug. 22, 1943; K 54002. 
Same. © Aug. 23, 1943; K 54003. 

Seven-up co. 9340, 9341 

You're their Uncle Sam. © Oct. 1, 1943; K 

53898. 

Same. © Oct. 13, 1943; K 53983. 

Shellum (Adolph) 9342 

Self loading pistol. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1943; I 
33309. 

Shorr (Norman) & Wernow (Arthur G.) 9343 

Roller skate wheel. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 
33312. 

Simplet electric co. 9344 

Simplet connectors and couplings for synthetic 
tubing. © 1 c. Oct, 27, 1943; I 33330. 



Sorrentino (Girolamo) 

Grill. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; I 33373. 



9345 



Spencer (Ralph) 9346 

Window stay. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 33316. 

Sporting news pub. co. 9347-9353 

1943: 

Boston Red Sox. - Brooklyn Dodgers. - De- 
troit Tigers. - Philadelphia Athletics. - Philadel- 
phia. Phillies. - St. Louis Browns. - Washington 
Senators. © Oct. 5, 1943; J 35920-35926. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 9354, 9355 

Tag charts, PV-200-0-30-128, 5000-0-128. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; I 33359, 33360. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 9356-9389 

Evanston, 111.: 

Aerial view of business section, 2B-H143. - 
Dyche stadium. Northwestern university, 2B-H142. 
- New technological institute, Northwestern univer- 
sity, 2B-H144. © Apr. 30, 1942; K 54015-54017. 

Greetings from: 

Camden, New Jersey, 3B-H645. - Camp Camp- 
bell, Ky.-Tenn,, 3B-H692. - Norman - Oklahoma's 
naval center, 3B-H705. - Winona, Minnesota, 3B- 
H743. © Oct. 26, 1943; K 53970-53973. 

Camp Beale, California, 3B-H416. - Marys- 
ville, California, 3B-H414. © Oct. 16, 1943; K 
53941, 53943. 

Camp Clairborne, Louisiana, 2B-H276. - Fort 
Knox, Kentucky, 2B-H228. - Camp Livingston, 
Louisiana, 2B-H277. © May 25, 1942; K 54019, 
54020, 54023. 

Erie, Pennsylvania, 2B-H166. - North Platte, 
Nebraska, 1B-H2494. - Stevens Point, Wiscon- 
sin, 1B-H2579. - Waupaca, chain o'lakes, Wiscon- 
sin, 2B-H79. - Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, IB- 
H2580. © Apr. 28, 1942; K 54027-54031. 

Goldsboro, N. C. 3B-H682. - Greenville, 
N. C. 3B-H683. © Oct. 28, 1943; K 54009, 54010. 

Paris, Texas, 3B-H340. - Peoria, Illinois, 
3B-H418. © Sept. 28, 1943; K 53944, 53945. 

Greetings from Atlanta, Georgia, 6A-H2586. © 
Nov. 5, 1936; K 53963. 

Greetings from Camp Perry, Ohio, on Lake Erie, 
3B-H636. © Oct. 11, 1943; K 53942. 

Greetings from Dalton^ Georgia. Bedspread 
center of the world. 3B-H769. © Oct. 27, 1943; 
K 54011. 

Greetings from Enid, Oklahoma, where wheat 
grows and oil flows, 2B105-N. © Apr. 20, 1942; 
K 54014. 

Greetings from Hutchinson, Kansas, 3B53-N. © 
Sept. 27, 1943; K 53902. 

Greetings from Joplln, Missouri, Gateway to the 
Ozark playgrounds, 2B127-N. © May 8, 1942; K 
54021. 

Greetings from Muncie, Indiana, 1B-H2326. © 
Apr. 29, 1942; K 54022. 

Greetings from Neosho- and scenic U. S. 71, 
Missouri, 1B651-N. © Apr. 16, 1942; K 54033. 

Greetings from Sharon, Pa., 2B-H194. © Apr. 
22, 1942; K 54032. 



Greetings from the Shades, Indiana's most 
scenic park, Waveland, Indiana, 1B-H1096. © Apr. 
25, 1942; K 54018. 

La Junta, Colo. On the Santa Fe trail. 3B-H770. 
© Oct. 26, 1943; K 53969. 

U. S. marines. Semper fldelis. D-7088. © 
Apr. 21, 1943; K 53968. 

With the army air forces in Florida. D-7002. 
© Oct. 28, 1943; K 53996. 

Terry-toons, inc. 9390 

Mighty Mouse. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1943; K 53965. 

Trade union accident and health assn. of America. 

9391 
Protection-security. © Oct. 1, 1943; K 53997. 

Tucker (Jason U. Newton) 9392 

Compressed-air high pressure lever powered 
air turbine. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1943; I 33367. 

Upjohn CO. 9393 

When your doctor advises an operation. © 1 c. 
Oct. 6, 1943; K 53899. 

Vail (H. S.) Si sons. 9394 

Illustration of the retirement Income plan used 
by social security for man and wife after 65. © 
Oct. 1, 1943; I 33329. 

Van Wagner (Leo Mott) 9395 

Patriotic sponsor. © July 15, 1943; K 53906. 

Voorderman (Dan) 9396 

Flexible valve. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1943; I 33320. 

Walner (Arthur Fridolf) 9397 

Wherever you go, whatever you do, I wish you 
luck in this old shoe. © Oct. 1, 1943; K 53952. 

Weyerhaeuser timber co. 9398-9402 

Sailing ocean sled. Type A, B. © 1 c. each Oct. 

7, 1943; J 35898, 35899. 

Sailing ocean sled - T3rpe A. Drawing nos. 

144A, 144B. © 1 c. each, Oct. 7, 1943; I 33346, 

33347. 

Special tools for high speed boring and grooving 

machines, 228. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1943; I 33369. 

Young (Harold J.) 9403 

Navarchy. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1943; I 33370. 



Zwart (Gerrit C.) 

Magnetism. © Sept. 3, 1943; J 35791. 



9404 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 813 one-copy entries)- 

Photographs (including 527 one-copy entries) 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 65 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 
entries) 



85 

1,445 

959 

M73 



Total 4,362 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 9405 

Keep him on the run! Vita-kaps mailing piece. 
For pharmaceuticals. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21691. 

Adel precision products corp.,Burbank, Calif. 9406 
S*porty says, hold everything! For supports 
for conduits. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21345. 

American dairy assn., Chicago. 9407, 9408 

Cheese - the thrifty food with the liixury flavor. 

For cheese. © Sept. 18, 1942; KK 21575. 

Give a man a lunch he can work on! For butter. 

© Sept. 25, 1942; KK 21576. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 9409-9411 

For transportation equipment: 

Coal haul north. © Oct. 23, 1943; KK 21515. 
Ore haul south. © Oct. 9, 1943; KK 21434. 
Up where the bombs begin. © Oct. 16, 1943; 
KK 21437. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 9412 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. For cigarettes. 
© Oct. 17, 1943; KK 21361. 

American viscose Corp., New York. 9413-9435 

For ravon: 

Answers to your questions about rayon. © 
Aug. 20, 1943; KK 21271. 

Beaunit wins hand washable tag for acetate 
tricot fabric. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21643. 

Cohama adapts crown tested handkerchief 
rayon for women's, children's wear. © Oct. 20, 
1943; KK P1642. 

If you sell men's sportswear, here's a guide. 
© Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21639. 

Important part of selling the new rayon and 
wool blended fabrics. © Sept. 9, 1943; KK 21635. 

Infants wear fabric gets the crown tested 
green light! © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21636. 

It's easy to care for children's rayon clothes. 
© Aug. 28, 1943; KK 21273. 

New facts for teachers, etc. © Sept. 1, 1943; 
KK 21274. 

New technique for blood transfusions. © Aug. 
19, 1943; KK 21270. 

No time for fishing. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
21634. 

1 dimensional restorability, etc. © Oct. 6, 
1943; KK 21638. 

Rayon makes a fascinating study project. © 
Aug. 15, 1943; KK 21266. 

Rayon protects the light that brings 'em back 
alive! © Mar. 11, 1943; KK 21683. 

Rayon reports. Aug., 1943. © Aug. 5, 1943; 
KK 21265. 

Rayon reports. Oct., 1943. © Oct. 5, 1943; 
KK 21637. 

Rayon war weapon. © Dec. 7, 1942; KK 21633. 

Study program on rayon. © Oct. 15, 1943; 
KK 21641. 

To help retailers cooperate. ©Aug. 19, 1943; 
KK 21269. 



War extra - Rayon reports. © Aug. 18, 1943; 
KK 21268. 

We fix flats, before they happen I © Aug. 18, 
1943; KK 21267. 

We raised this second flag by pulling together. 
© Oct. 13, 1943; KK 21640. 

What has hosiery to do with a bomber? © 
Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21275. 

What sort of rayon buyer are you? © Aug. 

24, 1943; KK 21272. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 9436 

By all means, let 'em eat cake. For beer. © 
Oct. 1, 1&43; KK 21231. 

Arden (Elizabeth) New York. 9437-9439 

For cosmetics: 

Gifts from the land of enchantment. © Nov. 

20, 1942; KK 21288. 

Radiant peony. © Oct. 16, 1943; KK 21562, 
Symbol of things precious, of things worth 

savii^. © Nov. 1, 1942; KK 21289. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 9440-9442 

For meats: 

Free! Don't fail to get this exciting, new, 
ration-stretching meat recipe booklet fromArmour. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21687. 

Point-thrifty treet is all solid meat. © Sept. 

25, 1943; KK 21686. 

Why the ideas from Armour's kitchen make 
such wonderful meals. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21685. 

Associated manufacturers of America, inc., Akron, 
O. 9443 

High fashion you can so well afford. For do- 
mestic gas ranges. © May 23, 1941; KK 21520. 

Aviation corp., Detroit. 9444 

Avco automatic door operator. For automatic 
door operators. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21557. 

Avon products, inc., New York. 9445-9447 

For cosmetics: 

America's valiant women. © Aug. 20, 1943; 
KK 21566. 

For America, for freedom, for victory. © 
Sept. 17, 1943; KK 21567. 

To the heroines of America. ©Oct. 20, 1943; 
KK 21568. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co., inc., Louisville. 

9448, 9449 
For cigarettes: 

That, the jury said, is your milder better- 
tasting cigarette! © Sept. 10, 1943; KK 21455. 

Wisdom of the East. © July 30, J943; KK 
21456. 

Barton mfg. co., St. Louis. 9450 

Butch wishes he was fixed like us - getting all 
the dyanshine liquid shoe polish we want. For liq- 
uid shoe polish. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21543. 

Bendix aviation corp , New York, Teterboro, N. J. 

9451-9453 



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For aircraft instruments: 

Double throat Venturi tube. Installation in- 
structions. © Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21333. 

Service bulletin. Replacement of fuses in the 
gyro flux gate compass amplifier, type 12003-1-A. 
© Sept. 30, 1943; KK 81332. 

Superhuman escort to victory, and beyond - the 
invisible crew. For precision instruments for 
planes. © Oct, 20, 1943; KK 21435, 

Bendix aviation, ltd.. North Hollywood, Calif. 9454 
This valve is not new. For hydraulic check 
valve. © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 21570. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 9455-9460 

Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, winter out- 
fitting headquarters for the youngest set. For 
baby bunting, quilt, sweater, pram suit, blanket 
and sacque. © Oct. 31, 1943; KK 21614. 

Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, winter out- 
fitting headquarters for the youngest set. For 
bunting, quilt, sweater, pram suit, blanket and 
sacque. © Oct. 24, 1943; KK 21420. 

Classics of proven worth - Best's famous Brit- 
ish tweeds. For coats, suits, hats, skirt & sweater. 
© Oct. 10, 1943; KK 21220. 

In times like these. Best's good classic coats 
make sense. For coats. © Oct. 31, 1943; KK 
21615. 

Look your prettiest in our exciting new dresses, 
slim, soft and lovely. For dresses. © Nov. 7, 
1943; KK 21693. 

Right for these times Best's exclusive Nadas 
young, functional in good taste. For coat, suit, 
skirt, jacket, robe, hats, dress, blouse, gloves, 
bag, © Oct. 17, 1943; KK 21329. 

Blumenthal (B.) & CO., New York. 9461 

Instant price calculator. For buttons. © Oct. 
10, 1943; KK 21415. 

Bon Ami co.. New York. 9462, 9463 

For cleanser: 

I changed cleansers in a hurry when I started 
to do my own housework! © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 
21458. 

Saves you work, but also saves your things! 
© Aug. 25, 1943; KK 21459, 

Bond electric corp. div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Borden co., New York. 9464-9466 

For dairy products: 

Elmer just can't trust his ears, etc. © Sept, 
18, 1943; KK 21264, 

Elmer just won't share his Borden's, etc. © 
Aug. 8, 1943; KK 21263. 

Now Elmer, begged Elsie, don't be a pig, etc. 
© July 2, 1943; KK 21262. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 9467-9469 

For woolen and worsted piece goods: 

Botany - knows no boundaries. © Oct. 29, 
1943; KK 21663. 

Honors in Botany. © Oct. 19, 1943; KK 
21627. 

Reflections of quality - a Botany fabric. © 
Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21518. 



Bovlnlne co., Chicago. 9470 

In childhood and adolescence. For iron prep- 
aration. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21484. 

Burgess battery co., Chicago. 9471 

Save time - your most valuable asset. For 

portable electric tool. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21474. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

9472 
Why children need food group 2, LA-3472. For 
oranges. © Sept. 10, 1943; KK 21283. 

California packing corp., San Francisco. 9473 

Here's real help for you! And help for your 
country, tool For food products. © Oct. 25, 1943; 
KK 21379. 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 9474, 9475 

For movie films: 

Extra! Own first 8mm., 16mm. movies. © 
Dec. 11, 1942; KK 21632. 

Jap fleets blasted! ©July 24, 1942; KK 21631. 

Celanese Corp. of America, New York. 9476, 9477 
Introducing a revolutionary synthetic insulating 
fibre, Celanese Celairese, a new filling for com- 
forters. For insulating staple. © Sept. 17, 1943; 
KK 21366. 

Introducing Celanese Celairese - Celanese fab- 
ric premieres, fall, 1943. A revolutionary synthetic 
staple fibre, etc. For staple fibres. © Oct. 21, 
1943; KK 21491. 

Charm parfums. See Riddick Qohn B.), d.b.a. 
Charm parfums. 

Cheney bros.. New York. 9478 

Cheney cravats Inspired by plumage of Ameri- 
can game birds lend wings to your appearance. For 
ties. © Oct. 15, 1942; KK 21626. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 9479-9484 
For coal: 

Care for your heating plant now! © Aug. 27, 
1943; KK 21503. 

Don't have a saboteur in your basement! © 
Oct, 21, 1943; KK 21589, 

Now Is the time to make your home heat 
tight. © Aug, 12, 1943; KK 21502. 

Save coal. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21588. 

To save coal next winter - clean - repair 
- insulate. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 21501. 

Wasted, 12,900,000 tons of coal! © Sept. 27, 
1943, KK 21587. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, Inc., Summit, N. J. 

9485-9488 
For pharmaceutical products: 

Clba - merchants of life - march on. Office 
address. Foxhole no. 9. © Aug, 19, 1943; KK 21447, 

Ciba - merchants of life - march on. The 
rendezvous death couldn't keep, © Oct, 21, 1943, 
KK 21449, 

Clba - merchants of life - march on. We're 
coming little Madelon, © Sept, 16, 1943; KK 21448, 

Clba - merchants of life - march on. When 
Invasion comes, © July 22, 1943; KK 21446, 

Cigar Institute of America, inc., New York. 9489 
Wherever they go cigars go too. For cigars. © 
Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21571. 



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Clay fur farms, Spokane. 9490 

Clay super-woolers - the kind with wool that 
pays. For live angora wool rabbits. © Nov. 2, 
1942; KK 21390. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 9491-9496 

For household bleach and disinfectant: 

America needs your health! Make household 
danger zones Clorox-cleanl © Sept. 12, 1943; KK 
21538. 

Cultivate the healthful habit of Clorox-clean- 
linessl Make children's laundry sanitary! © Oct. 
10, 1943; KK 21541. 

For health defense, make kitchen, bathroom, 
laundry sanitary with Clorox! © Oct. 24, 1943; KK 
21542. 

Help the victory program! Let Clorox aid in 
conserving your linens, make them sanitary, too! 
© Sept. 26, 1943; KK 21539. 

Let Clorox help in conservii^ your linens! 
© Aug. 29, 1943; KK 21537. 

Today, more need for home health protection. 
More need for Clorox! © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 
21540. 

Clyffslde brewii^ co., Cincinnati. 9497 

Winner in both hands. For beer. © Oct. 28, 
1943; KK 21569. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 9498-9515 

For soft drink: 

Have a Coca-cola - come, be blessed and be 
happy. Iceland. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21427. 

Have a Coca-cola - here's tae us. Scotland. 
© Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21346. 

Have a Coca-cola - here's tae us. Scotland. 
© Oct. 13, 1943; KK 21470. 

Have a Coca-cola - na zdravi. Here's to you. 
Czech. © Oct. 19, 1943; KK 21559. 

Have a Coca-cola - no 'casion for quarl. 
Windward Islands. © Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21467. 

Have a Coca-cola - welcome, short-shorter. 
© Sept. 29, 1943; KK 21280. 

Have a coke - Auld lang syne. Brass band. 
© Oct. 12, 1943; KK 21471. 

Have a coke - Auld lang syne. Brass band. 
© Oct. 20, 1943; KK 21546. 

Have a coke - bonzer day. Great day. Aus- 
tralia no. 2. © Oct. 7, 1943; KK 21388, 

Have a coke - good winds have blown you 
here. Chinese aviator. ©Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21671. 

Have a coke - happy days. Bahamas. © Sept. 
28, 1943; KK 21230. 

Have a coke - happy days. Nassau. © Oct. 
6, 1943; KK 21281. 

Have a coke - that's wizard. It's the tops. 
England. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21279. 

Have a coke - thumbs up. England no. 2. © 
Oct. 21, 1943; KK 21665. 

Have a coke - you're home again. Soldier 
in chair, mother and dog, © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 
21670. 

It's natural for people to use, etc. Tugboat 
captain. © Oct. 1, 1943, KK 21547. 

Know your fighting planes. Consolidated 
Liberator B-24. © Oct. 31, 1943; KK 21698. 

Welcome, friend. American and R. C. A. F. 
pilots. 9908. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21499. 

College inn food products co., Chicago. 9516, 9517 
For food: 

Hungry for chili con came? © Sept. 19, 
1943; KK 21250. 



It's easy to serve chili con came. © Sept. 
12, 1943; KK 21249. 

Continental steel corp., Kokomo,- Ind. 9518 

First aid for farmers frightened by figures. 
For steel products - farm fences, posts, gates, 
barb wire, etc., and farm and livestock record 
book. © Oct. 30, 1943; KK 21611. 

Coors (Adolph) co., Denver. 9519-9522 

For beer: 

Brewed with pure Rocky Movmtain spring 
water - Coors - America's light -bodied beer. © 
Oct. 22, 1943; KK 21439. 

Coors - brewer of fine beer. © Oct. 1, 1943; 
KK 21286. 

If it were not for oil. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 
21565. 

Wonders of wood. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 
21348. 

Corn products refining co.. New York. 9523 

Sh-h-h! Genius at work! For karo syrup. © 
Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21666. 

Coty, inc., New York. 9524 

Muguet des bois. For cosmetics. © Nov. 3, 
1943; KK 21702. 

Dayton rubber mfg. co., Dayton, O. 9525 

Highway hijackers captured. For fan belts. © 
Apr. 1, 1942; KK 21407. 

Dentists' supply co. of New York, New York. 

9526, 9527 
For artificial teeth: 

Functional design. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21391. 
Functional design. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 
21506. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 9528 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. For stencil duplicators and supplies. © 
Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21406. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn, 9529 

Be neat, overall extention hooks and clips 
makes overalls last longer. For overall extension 
hooks and clips. © Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21298. 

Dohrmann commercial co., d.b.a. Nathan-Dohr- 

mann, San Francisco. 9530 

Dohrmann's for gifts. For housewares. © 

Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21574. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 9531 

In a tizzy, 'cause you're busy? For fluid for 
cleaning windows. © Aug. 24, 1943; KK 21653. 

Duart mfg. co., San Francisco. 9532 

When you look for economy, look for depend- 
ability too. For hair waving solution. © Oct. 1, 
1942; KK 21678. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncie, Ind. 9533 

Portrait of a port-war market. For metal 
furniture. © Oct. 25, 1943; KK 21548. 

Esso, inc.. New York. 9534 

We're gremlin chasers. For petroleum prod- 
ucts. © Mar. 29, 1943, KK 21563. 



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Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 9535-9537 

For pen and pencil set: 

Stumped by the $64 question? © Nov. 27, 
1942; KK 21354. 

You'll be sor-ry, if you don't get an Eversharp. 
© Oct. 22j 1943; KK 21544. 

You II be sor-ry, if you don't get an Ever- 
sharp! © Nov. 20, 1942; KK 21355. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 9538-9539 

Fairbanks -Morse approved fire pumps. For 

fire pumps. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21338. 

Fairbanks -Morse paper stock pumps. For 

paper stock pumps. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21339. 

Falls City brewing co., inc., Louisville. 9540 

Thrilling good luck stories - no. 5. For beer. 
© Oct. 31, 1943; KK 21662. 

Falstaff brewing Corp., St. Louis. 9541, 9542 

For beer: 

Millions find to their delight, my beer adds 
joy to every bite. © July 7, 1943; KK 21656. 

To win friends as a perfect host, pour forth 
the Falstaff for the toast. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 
21657. 

Firth-Sterling steel co., McKeesport, Pa. 9543 

Firthite color chart. For steel carbide cutting 
tools. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21430. 

Fuchs (William L.) St. Louis. 9544 

Bombing mystery puzzle. For puzzle. © Oct. 
15, 1943; KK 21365. 

Gargoyle co., Milwaukee. 9545 

Sensational new vulca pack. For coffee. © Oct. 
7, 1943; KK 21460. 

General consumer products, inc., Chicago. 9546 
Magic-flo multiple filter coffee brewer. For 
coffee brewer. © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21256. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis, San Francisco. 

9547-9551 
For cereal: 

Big summertime news. © May 13, 1943; KK 
21305. 

Here's hot news about a cool taste thrill! © 
July 28, 1943; KK 21304. 
For flour: 

Better baking helps. © May 1, 1943; KK 
21696. 

Guide to better baking. © Jan. 28, 1943; KK 
21695. 

Keys to better baking. © Sept. 30, 1942; KK 
21694. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 

9552, 9553 
For whiskey: 

Glenmore's famous formula, the secret of 
Glenmore's famous flavor. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 
21426. 

In taste - where experience shows up best, 
etc. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21699. 

Golden rod equipment co., San Francisco. 9554 

Holder of the year, Golden rod electrode holder. 
For electric holders. © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 
21343. 



Gould (Louis) Long Island City, N. Y. 9555 

By land, sea and air, the mail goes everywhere. 
For gospel postage stamp wallet, luminous cross. 
© Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21323. 

Gradiaz, Annis & co., inc., Tampa, Fla. 9556 

All fine things are made by hand. For cigars. 
© Oct. 11, 1943; KK 21321. 

Grand. See Rosenberg (Benjamin) co., d.b.a. The 
Grand. 

Grant pulley & hardware co., Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 

•9557 

Grant ball bearing drawer slides. For ball 

bearii^ drawer slides. © Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21411. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 9558-9563 

For cosmetics: 

You're so pretty, etc. Elation make-up film. 
© Oct. 23j 1943; KK 21581. 

You're so pretty, in your Dorothy Gray 
headline red make-up. © Oct. 16, 1943; KK 21578. 
You're so pretty, when you keep your young 
skin, etc. © Oct. 17, 1943; KK 21612. 

1/2 price sale ! For dry skin lotion. © Oct. 8, 
1943; KK 21257. 

Use this light, pure night cream on your delicate 
skin, etc. Sensitive skin cream. For skin cream. 
© Oct. 22, 1943; KK 21580. 

You're so pretty, when you soften that weathered 
look. For special dry -skin mixture. © Oct. 10, 
1943; KK 21259. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co.. New York. 

9564, 9565 

It's flavor in your cup that counts. For coffee. 
© Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21519. 

Perfect gift to send! For groceries. © Oct. 25, 
1943; KK 21629. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 9566-9569 

For watches: 

Ever see a blueprint of a watch miracle? © 
Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21531. 

Gruen's big, fall campaign builds present- 
day and post-war good-will for you, the Gruen 
jeweler! © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21453. 

Instrument that helps reduce our plane losses I 
© Sept. 17, 1943; KK 21454. 

It was necessary to put him under protective 
custody. © Sept. 9, 1943; KK 21530. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 9570 

I always go along! For ale. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 
21309. 

Harris -Seybo Id-Potter co., Cleveland. 9571 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 9, Sept., 1943. 
For lithographic supplies. © Oct. 16, 1943; KK 
21402. 

Hawkinson (Paul E.) co., Minneapolis. 9572 

Proper method to be followed when applying 
Hawkinson treads. For tire treads and rasps. © 
Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21517. 

Hearing aid battery service, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

9573, 9574 
For hearing aid batteries: 

How to use your habs battery time record, 
form 101. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21584. 

Message to users of hearing aids, form 100. 
© Sept. 27, 1943; KK 21413. 



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Heirloom needlework guild, inc., New York. 

9575-9578 
Directions for making cuddlee cut-ups. For 
material for stuffed animals and merry-go-round. 
© Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21401. 

Directions for setting up cuddlee cut-ups merry- 
go-round. For cardboard merry-go-round. © 
Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21400. 

For material for stuffed doll: 

Instructions for making Sunny Jill's hair. © 
Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21398. 

Pattern and directions for making Sunny Jack's 
hair. © Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21399. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmii^ton, Del. 

9579-9581 
For chemicals: 

Looking dynamite right in the eye. © Oct. 
28, 1943; KK 21490. 

Night flight in broad daylight. © Oct. 14, 
1943; KK 21284. 

Safeguarding the signal of hope. © Nov. 8, 
1943; KK 21703. 

Holeproof hosiery co., Milwaukee. 9582 
New lexicon for the hosiery counter that mul- 
tiplies your sale of proportioned hosiery. For 
stockings. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21507. 

Hollow center packing co., Cleveland. 9583 

GreaSeal, a method of lubrication. For lubri- 
cation container. © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21327. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Houdaille-Hershey Corp., Detroit. 9584 

Spirit of the automobile pioneer, still leads us 
on. For precision parts and equipment. © Oct. 11, 
1943; KK 21226. 

Idone (Angelicus R.) Lowell. 9585 

Curley Q, For safety hat pin. © Sept. 28, 1943; 
KK 21344. 

Indian handcrafts, Kansas City, Mo. 9586 

Romance and history of real turquoise and coin 
silver jewelry. For coin silver and real turquoise 
jewelry. © Feb. 20, 1941; KK 21410. 

International silver co.,Meriden, Conn. 9587, 9588 
For silverware for the table: 

I promise not to cry at the station. © Feb. 
15, 1943; KK 21654. 

To the soldier I didn't marry. © Sept. 10, 
1943; KK 21649. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn., New York. 9589-9596 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

After the war. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21373. 

Best bet for advertising coverage. © Sept. 
12, 1943; KK 21375. 

Best bet for dealer policies. © Oct. 13, 1943; 
KK 21376. 

Gosh. © Sept. 5, 1943; KK 21377. 

I said no, etc. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21372. 

I'm through looking, etc. © Sept. 24, 1943; 
KK 21371. 

Paper anniversary. © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 
21374. 

Tonight. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21378. 



Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

9597-9606 
For men's socks: 

Above all else - endurance. © Oct. 20, 1943; 
KK 21550. 

Battle dress. Counter card no. 120. Softies. 
Counter card no. 121. © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 21463. 

Now endurance counts. © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 
21549. 

Now endurance counts, 2 pairs $1.25, C.Now, 
good socks, $1.50 the pair, iD. Price card. © 
Oct. 12, 1943; KK 21293. 

Reveille clocks. Counter card no. 122. Gen- 
uine derby ribs. Counter card no. 123. © Sept. 
29, 1943; KK 21464. 

Sock known round the world, 3 pairs $1.25, 
A. Genuine Derby ribs, $1.00 the pair, B. Price 
card. © Oct. 12, 1943; KK 21295. 

Time for some good socks. © Oct. 12, 1943; 
KK 21551. 

Tough and colorful, 3 pairs $1.25, G. Easy 
going, $2.00 the pair, H. Price card. © Oct. 12, 
1943; KK 21292. 

Up to the minute, $1.00 the pair, E. Wear- 
resisters, 2 pairs $1.25, F. Price card. © Oct. 
12, 1943; KK 21294. 

You can't beat them, 75^ the pair, I. Time 
for good socks, $1.65 the pair, J, Price card. © 
Oct. 12, 1943; KK 21296. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 9607 

Wines with a past - wine candler. For wines. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21436. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

9608-9611 
For sutures: 

Ethicon eye sutures with eyeless atratoc 
needles. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 21444. 

Ethicon suture futures no. m. The operating 
room of tomorrow. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21442. 

Ethicon suture futures no. IV. Electronic 
light kills bacteria. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21443. 

Needle you need when you need it - ethicon 
lock knot sutures. © Oct. 21, 1943; KK 21445. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 9612 

Steel, a measure of freedom. For steel. © 
Nov. 5, 1943; KK 21697. 



Kajrwoodie co., New York. 
I smoke a Kaywoodie. 
1943; KK 21668. 



For pipe. 



9613 
© Oct. 27, 



9614, 9615 



Kops bros., inc., New York. 
For foundation garments: 

Her nemo can take it. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 
21526. 

I do make my nemo last. © Oct. 2, 1943; KK 
21475. 

Lee (H. D.) co., inc., Kansas City, Mo. 9616-9621 
Eyes of a hopeful world are on you working 
America! For work clothes. © Mar. 17, 1943; KK 
21229. 

For cowboy pants: 

Only Lee cowboy pants give you all these 
features. © Aug. 26, 1942; KK 21431. 

Only Lee cowboy pants have all these features. 
© Apr. 16, 1943; KK 21432. 

Only Lee cowboy pants have all these features. 
© June 18, 1943; KK 21433. 



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Richest soil won't feed a single hungry mouth, 
without you working Americal For overalls. © 
Mar. 31, 1943; KK 21227. 

When that great day comes I For work clothes 
and Industrial uniforms. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21261. 

Lehman co. of America, inc.,Cannelton, Ind. 9622 
Contentment. For high chairs. © Sept. 15, 
1943; KK 21287. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

9623-9630 
For cosmetics: 

Girl who captured a captain. © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 21577. 

Miss America 1943 wears Tussy, etc. © 
Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21340. 

Short of help? © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21260. 
For disinfectant: 

Suffer from athlete's foot? © Aug. 27, 1943; 
KK 21655. 

What every mother-to-be should know. © 
Oct. 20, 1943; KK 21545. 

Quick success. For antiseptic jelly. © Oct. 1, 
1943; KK 21215. 

See, nice, soft hands when I use Hinds lotion be- 
fore and after work! For hand lotion. © Oct. 18, 
1943; KK 21579. 

Your customer saves money. For face cream. 
© Oct. 8, 1943: KK 21258. 

LeRoy's jewelers. See Shapiro (B. B.), Shapiro 
(F. P.)& Shapiro (H.),d. b. a. LeRoy's jewelers. 

Libbey-Owens-Ford glass co., Toledo. 9631 

Kitchen of tomorrow. For kitchens, kitchen 
units, kitchen appliances & equipment. © Oct. 2, 
1943; KK 21462. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 9632-9635 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer! Says 
Frank Buck. © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 21645. 

My beer is Rheingold - the dry beer I Says 
Sonia Gover. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21652. 

Our beer is Rheingold - the dry beer I Say 
William Gaxton and Victor Moore, © Sept. 1, 
1943; KK 21648. 

Pick your favorite - then vote! © Sept. 25, 
1943; KK 21647. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co. , New York. 9636-9645 
For cigarettes: 

Dependable as your daily paper. © Oct. 13, 
1943; KK 21353. 

Hold that light. © Oct. 29, 1943, KK 21624. 

In America's largest city where the best 
wins the test they satisfy. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 
21536. 

It's auction time In tobaccoland, etc. © Oct. 
14, 1943; KK 21352. 

New favorite. Mary Martin. © Oct. 15, 1943; 
KK 21622. 

On Broadway where the best wins the test. 
© Oct. 24, 1943; KK 21535. 

See for yourself. © Oct. 22, 1943; KK 21534. 

What I can't do without. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 
21533. 

You can depend on the best to satisfy. © 
Oct. 28, 1943; KK 21623. 

You can't miss it, etc. Rodeo. © Oct. 8, 
1943; KK 21297. 



Lincoln electric co., Cleveland. 9646-9648 

For wel^prs and welding supplies: 

Arc welding inspection c^art. © Sept. 24, 
1943; KK 21500. 

Lincoln arc welding electrodes. © Sept. 24, 
1943; KK 21523. 

New Lincoln shield-arc welder. For welder. © 
Oct. 4, 1943; KK 21276. 

Lockwedge shoe corp. of America, inc., Columbus, 
O. 9649 

Helpful hints on foot comfort. For Dr. Locke 

shoes. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21310. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, 111. 9650 

Of course they're only lending it. For automatic 
electric' toaster. © Oct. 20, 1943; KK 21486. 

Mack mfg. co.. New York. 9651 

War report, with a peacetime twisti For trucks. 
© Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21644. 

MacMillan petroleum corp., Los Angeles. 9652 

Wartime can't inspires tinless ringfree can. 
For ring -free motor oil. © Oct. 26, 1942; KK 
21322. 

Magnolia petroleum co., Dallas. 9653 

Save gasoline - winterproofi For gas - oil. 
© Nov. 2, 1943; KK 21664. 

Marcellus (A.) co., New York. 9654 

Externally caused pimples, blackheads, skin 

irritations. For product for the treatment of 

blackheads and skin irritations. © Sept. 13, 1942; 
KK 21554. 

Markwell mfg. co., inc.. New York. 9655 

Markwell staplers. War jobs first. For stap- 
lers. © Oct. 2, 1943; KK 21221. 

Master surgical instrument corp., Irvington, N. J. 

9656, 9657 
For surgical instruments: 

Cuando se trata de salvar vidas humanas no 
puede escatimarse la calidad. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
21337. 

Where human lives are at stake - there can 
be no compromise with quality. ©Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
21336. 

Match corp. of America, Chicago. 9658 

Christmas gift advertising pays. For book 
matches. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 21363. 

Mead Johnson & co., Evansville, Ind. 9659 

Pablum - pabena. For baby foods. © Oct, 27, 
1943; KK 21628. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 

9660, 9661 
For dictionaries: 

Circle and monogram. Sept., 1943. © Aug. 
30, 1943; KK 21277. 

Circle and monogram. Oct., 1943. © Oct. 6, 
1943; KK 21278. 

Minneapolis brewing co., Minneapolis. 9662, 9663 
For beer: 

Here's to the beer that treats you like a 
friend, © June 21, 1943; KK 21617. 

Time out for a friendly toast. © May 28, 
1943; KK 21616. 



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Mira products, Inc., New York. 9664 

Revised mira curl directions. For permanent 
wave lotion for cold waves. © Oct. 25, 1943; KK 
21416. 

Moglen mfe. co., New York. 9665-9668 

Lucite book end order blank. Lucite product. 
For book ends and bread racks. © Oct. 25, 1943; 
KK 21429. 

Lucite picture frame order blank. Lucite prod- 
uct. For picture frame and cigarette holder. © 
Oct. 22, 1943; KK 21393. 

Lucite standing mirror order blank. Lucite 
product. For utility tray and standing mirror. © 
Oct. 25, 1943; KK 21428. 

Table cover order blank. For insignia table 
covers and emblem mirrors. © Oct. 22, 1943; KK 
21392. 

Motor wheel Corp., Lansing, Mich. 9669 

He's going up to do some post-war - planning! 
For fuel oil heating appliances. © Sept. 20, 1943; 
KK 21651. 

Muncie gear works, inc., Muncie, Ind. 9670 

Neptune Ned sez: Great guns, that's how them 
Neptunes is goin'. For outboard motors. © Oct. 
1, 1943; KK 21487. 

Nathan-Dohrmann. See Dohrmann commercial co., 
d. b. a. Nathan-Dohrmann. 

National distillers products Corp., New York. 9671 
Pleasure that has never changed. For rye and 
bourbon whiskey. © Oct. 26, 1943; KK 21489. 

National oil products co., Harrison,^N. J. 

9672-9674 
For skin detergent: 

Acidolate - protective cleansing for skilled 
handsl © Oct. 13, 1943; KK 21360. 

Acidolate skin cleanser. File under skin de- 
tergent. © Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21358. 

Protects your hands, Acidolate. © Oct. 18, 
1943; KK 21359. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 9675-9683 

For bed blankets: 

Blankets of unchanged luxury. © Sept. 21, 
1943; KK 21242. 

Within the next few days I'm going to send you 
two of the loveliest, warmest, etc. © Sept. 21, 
1943; KK 21241. 
For neckties: 

America's no. 1 tie-conomy. ©Aug. 13, 1943; 
KK 21237. 

Within the next few days I am going to send 
you - for an amazing free blindfold test. © Aug. 
13, 1943; KK 21238. 
For rayon stockings: 

Silk or rayon? © Aug. 6, 1943; KK 21236. 

Within the next few days I am going to send 
you 8 pairs of beautifully sheer, etc. © Aug. 6, 
1943; KK 21235. 
For topcoats: 

5 big reasons why longwear is the big top- 
coat, etc. © Sept. 11, 1943; KK 21240. 

To you of my old customers who want to 
save money. © Sept. 11, 1943; KK 21239. 

lO-feature bargain show. For variety offering 
of men's and womens' apparel, household goods, 
etc. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21243. 



Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 9684, 9685 
For toilet tissue: 

Gentle, northern tissue. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 
21646. 

Remember, when you're buying things, etc. 
© Sept. 10, 1943; KK 21650. 

Nutri cola co., inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 9686 
Important commimique to. the beverage and food 
front. For beverage. © June 4, 1943; KK 21412. 

Ohrbach's, Inc., New York. 9687 

Boys on furlough like to see us in frilly things. 

For women's clothing. © Oct. 25, 1943; KK 21421. 

Old Dominion candies. Inc., Roanoke, Va. 9688 

Candies of traditional goodness. For candles. 
© Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21609. 

Ortho products, inc.. Linden, N. J. 9689, 9690 

For vaginal jelly: 

By stepping three times over a grave. © 
Sept. 2, 1943; KK 21440. 

If the woman eats bees. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 
21441. 

Overhead door Corp., Hartford City, Ind. 9691 

War production expediter. For garage doors. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21368. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 9692-9710 

For beer: 

And somehow, home is closer. © Oct. 19, 
1943; KK 21608. 

Blue Ribbon Liz does a whiz of a biz. © May 
20, 1943; KK 21591. 

I'm out of the red, says bartender Ed. etc. 
© July 19, 1943; KK 21599. 

It's fun being served by Molly, by golly. © 
June 20, 1943; KK 21595. 

It's plain, says Elaine, that there's plenty to 
gain by serving Blue Ribbon! © July 15, 1943; KK 
21597. 

Says Deac: Week by week, Pabst sells like a 
streak. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21605. 

Says Mack - sales were slack, etc. ©Aug. 1, 
1943; KK 21601. 

Super -marketing rhymes for busy times! © 
Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21607. 

This is my idea of puttln' on the dog. © July 
18, 1943; KK 21598. 

This Is the banker of Blue Ribbon Town, who 
formerly wore a perpetual frown! © May 21, 1943; 
KK 21592. 

This Is the dad of Blue Ribbon Town. © Aug. 
1, 1943; KK 21600. 

This Is the shopper of Blue Ribbon Town, 
who has put on her slacks and discarded her gown. 
© Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21604. 

This Is your neighbor of Blue Ribbon Town. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21606, 

This tray, exclaims May, Is loaded all day! 
© Aug. 15, 1943; KK 21602. 

Though taverns surround him they can't 
bother BUI, etc. © Aug. 16, 1943; KK 21603. 

Valxiable asset for any hotel Is the beer on 
the tray of this Blue Ribbon belle, © May 15, 1943; 
KK 21590. 

We're growing friends In our victory garden! 
© May 23, 1943; KK 21593. 

You can't switch me, no sir, says Mrs. Mc- 
Glbbon, etc. © June 5, 1943; KK 21594. 



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You know, honey, I used to be a mess ser- 
geant 1 © June 20, 1943; KK 21596. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 9711-9714 

For fountain pen ink: 

Keen Racine merchant 'says, etc. © Sept. 1, 
1943; KK 21674. 

New fountain pens getting scarce I © Aug. 25, 
1943; KK 21673. 

Why Crane company uses Parker quink ex- 
clusively. © Aug. 1, 1943; KK 21672. 

We regret there may not be enough of them to 
go around! For fountain pen. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 
21675. 

Petrogalar laboratories, inc., Chicago. 9715-9717 
For laxative: 

In convalescence. © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 
21483. 

In pregnancy. © July 1, 1943; KK 21481. 

Post-operative. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21482. 

Phillips -Jones Corp., New York. 19718-9728 

For men's shirts: 

Collar them for life. © Sept. 9, 1942; KK 
21311. 

Give your neck a break! © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 
21476. 

Give your neck a break. © Mar. 12, 1943; 
KK 21318. 

Let's talk collar. © Dec. 2, 1942; KK 21315. 

Necks, please! © May 7, 1943; KK 21319. 

One white shirt is different. © Oct. 6, 1942; 
KK 21313. 

Sell them a habit. © Jan. 8, 1943; KK 21316. 

Sell them the white shirt that sells them on 
you. © Feb. 12, 1943; KK 21317. 

Speaking of collars, etc. © June 11, 1943; 
KK 21320. 

Van Heusen advertising continues its stepped- 
up pace for fall. © Sept. 14, 1942; KK 21312. 

Why you've got this customer collared for 
life. © Nov. 4, 1942; KK 21314. 

Press-on, inc., New York. 9729 

Out of this world. For adhesive mending tape. 
© Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21701. 

Prewett (Clay W.) Los Angeles. 9730 

Fun with figures. For Prewett addograf and 

system - calculating device. © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 
21525. 



Recordit co., St. Louis. 9731 

Prolong the life of your records with rec-o-pad. 
For devices for cleaning phonograph records. © 
Sept. 10, 1943; KK 21561. 

Refined products co., Lyndhurst, N. J. 9732 

Mark of merit, anti-fungi perma-cide process, 
bacteria-mildew resistant. For chemical. © Oct. 
1, 1943; KK 21394. 

Revlon products Corp., New York. 9733 

Again the outstanding manicure sets of the 

year! For manicure sets. © Sept. 1, 1942; KK 
21704. 

Riddick (John B.) ir., d.b.a. Charm parfums, 
Memphis, Tenn. 9734 

Is she, navy blue, the perfume with a charm. 

For perfume. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21658. 



Rollins hosiery mills, inc., Des Moines. 9735-9738 
For hosiery: 

Fame of a name. © Sept. 3, 1943; KK 21218. 
Meet the 3 Rollins sisters. © Nov. 25, 1942; 
KK 21217. 

For lingerie: 

Fame of a name. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21219. 
Intimately yours. © Oct. 25, 1942; KK 21216. 

Rosenberg (Benjamin) co., d. b. a. The Grand, Mil- 
waukee. 9739, 9740 
For women's apparel: 

How does she do it? © Oct. 11, 1943; KK 
21350. 

How does she do it? © Oct. 20, 1943; KK 
21387. 

Rubin (Nathan), d. b. a. Nathan Rubin ads.. New 
York. 9741 

This is the army. For motion pictures © 

Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21362. 

Rubin (Nathan) ads. See Rubin (Nathan), d. b. a. 
Nathan Rubin ads. 

S. M. A. Corp., Chicago. 9742 

Which one took ribranex? For B complex prep- 
aration. © Oct. 12, 1943; KK 21485. 

Sales affiliates, inc.. New York. 9743 

Mail order messenger, tor permanent wave 
equipment and supplies. © Jan. 19, 1943; KK 
21529. 

Sauer (A.) & co., Cincinnati. 9744 

Kon-ite watch straps - imitation is the most 
sincere form of compliment. For leather wrist 
watch straps. © Aug. 1, 1942; KK 21676. 

Schautz (William A.) inc., New York. 9745-9748 
For bread: 

Give them what they want - tender freshness 
in bread. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21424. 

It's so tender! And so fresh! © Oct. 4, 
1943; KK 21513. 

Try the bread that's tender fresh and please 
your whole family. © Sept. 27, 1943; KK 21425. 

What a difference tender fresh bread makes! 
© Oct. 11, 1943; KK 21514. 

Schenley import Corp., New York. 9749, 9750 

For Scotch whiskey: 

For distinguished service to your country. 
The Scots guards. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 21619. 

For distinguished service to your country. 
The Seaforth highlanders. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 
21618. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 9751, 9752 

Foot comfort. For aids for the feet. © Sept. 

4, 1943; KK 21291. 

When your feet hurt, you hurt all over' For Dr. 

SchoU's foot comfort remedies. © Oct. 1, 1943; 

KK 21689. 

Season skipper Corp., Chicago. 9753-9756 

For ladies' coats: 

One-and-only season skipper - two complete 
coats in one! © July 27, 1943; KK 21422. 

One-and-only season skipper - two complete 
coats in one! © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 21438. 

One-and-only season skipper - two complete 
coats in one! © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 21423. 



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9795 



One-and-only season skipper - two complete 
coats in one I © Oct 27, 1943; KK 21630. 

Selby sijoe co., Chicago, Portsmoutli, O. 9757-9761 
For shoes: 

Big push is on! © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 21253. 
It's a woman's world. © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 
21254. 

You have ability, © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21252. 
You have ability. © Sept. 29, 1943; KK 21255. 
You're on your feet so much I For^omens shoes. 
© Aug. 29, 1943; KK 21251. 

Sensenlch bros., Lititz, Pa. 9762, 9763 

For aircraft propellers: 

Right on the nose of the Fairchild PT-19. © 
Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21369. 

Right on the nose of the Stinson L-5. © Sept. 
24, 1943; KK 21364. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 9764 

They like it, it likes them. For soft drink. © 
Oct. 13, 1943; KK 21299. 

Shapiro (B. B.), Shapiro (F. P.) & Shapiro (H.), 
d. b. a. LeRoy's jewelers, Los Angeles. 9765 
Diamond festival. For jewelry. © May 1, 1942; 

KK 21285. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Ft. Madison, la. 9766-9768 
For writing equipment: 

Letters, the finest gifts of all for Christmas. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21555. 

That familiar handwriting breeds content. © 
Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21505. 

Hitch your pencil to Sheaffer's quality For 
pencil leads. © Oct. 9, 1943; KK 21504. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 9769-9772 

For Silver surgical stitching instrument: 

Commended in field surgery! © Oct. 1, 1943; 

KK 21478. 

Singer service is as near as your telephone. 

© Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21477. 

I'm the one who should have been twins! For 

services, dress form and sewing machines. © 

Oct. 19, 1943; KK 21480. 

Smartest buy I ever made! For molded to you 

Singer form. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21479. 

Slipit products, inc.. New York. 9773 

Now a practical solution! ^or a jelly-like com- 
pound to eliminate friction. © Feb. 10, 1943; KK 
21290. 

Smith (Gene) Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 9774 

Sun-rayed cold beverage bases. For cold bev- 
erage bases. © Sept. 6, 1943; KK 21334. 

Smith (J. A.) CO., St. Louis. 9775 

Smith's Mother Nature brooder. For brooder. 
© Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21521. 

Sonotone Corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 9776, 9777 

For hearing aid: 

These two photographs, etc. © Oct. 29, 1943; 
KK 21564. 

This photograph of two men. © Oct. 15, 1943; 
KK 21473. 

SoundScriber Corp., N6w Haven, 9778 

War plants save manpower, etc. For Sound- 
Scriber. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 21326. 



Stanco, inc.. New York. 9779 

Special offer! Save half by buying gallon size 
nujol now! For mineral oil. © Nov. 17, 1942; KK 
21347. 

Standard blouse, inc., New York. 9780 

Miss December, a dashing cocktail blouse. For 
ladies blouse. © Oct. 26, 1943; KK 21472. 

Standard solvent co. See Wilder (George Edward), 
d.b.a. Standard solvent co. 

Stromberg-Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 9781 

I turned the music louder to drown out the si- 
lence. For radios. © Oct. 6, 1943; KK 21457. 

Studebaker Corp., South Bend, Ind. 9782-9784 

For airplane engines and military trucks: 

Dawn patrol on the food front. © Oct. 18, 
1943; KK 21351, 

Heading five miles high on engines tliat 
Studebaker craftsmen built. © Oct. 22, 1943; KK 
21367. 

You'll be glad you plugged in school. © Oct. 
14, 1943; KK 21405. 

Thalhimer bros., inc., Richmond, 9785 

It's a jeep coat! Goes over anything, an3rwhere. 
For misses' wool overcoat, © July 31, 1942; KK 
21465. 

Timken roller bearii^ co.. Canton, O. 9786 

Nice work, Mrs. Daniel! For roller bearings. 
© Oct. 25, 1943; KK 21532. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 9787 

Good all the way down. For beer. © Oct. 1, 
1943; KK 21522. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 9788 

Heavy duty floors in a hurry! For mastic floor- 
ing. © Oct. 22, 1943; KK 21516. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 9789 

Here's the news about that marvelous Trimz. 
For ready -pasted wallpaper. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
21528. 

Two-timer, inc., Chicago. 9790, 9791 

For ladies' coats: 

Two timer, the coat that leads a double life. 
© Aug. 27, 1943; KK 21418. 

Two timer, the coat that leads a double life, 
© Sept. 27, 1943; KK 21419. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co.. New York. 

9792, 9793 

Behind Esso's 100-octane gasoline march hun- 
dreds of Underwood typewriters. For office ma- 
chines, © Sept. 13, 1943; KK 21356. 

Helping to win the war - making carbines at 
Underwood Elliott Fisher. For carbines. © Sept. 
27, 1943; KK 21357. 

United features syndicate, inc., New York. 9794 
Li'l Abner - yippay! Th' ferris wheel is stuck! 
For wheat breakfast food. © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 
21389, 

United States catheter & instrument Corp., New 
York, 9795 

Construction details of U, S, C. I.filiforms. For 

filiforms. © Sept, 17, 1943; KK 21307. 



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Univis lens co., Dajrton, O. 9796, 9797 

For eye glasses: 

General without stars. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
21228. 

You're only young twice. © Oct, 12, 1943; 
KK 21234. 

Visible index Corp., New York. 9798 

Visible personnel records for increased pro- 
duction. For visible filing equipment. © Sept. 28, 
1943; KK 21527. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 9799, 9800 

For neck ties: 

Take over, Bud, till I get back. © Oct. 22, 
1943; KK 21552. 

They'll be asking for Wembley military ties. 
© Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21553. 

Wessel (Stanley) & co., Chicago. 9801 

Wessel's air-mall envo-letters. For combina- 
tion envelopes and writing sheets. © Sept. 24, 
1943; KK 21300. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. dlv.. 
New Haven. 9802 

Bond batteries helped bring portable light to 

new perfection. For flashlight batteries. © Oct. 

18, 1943; KK 21560. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. dlv., New Haven. 9803-9806 

For flashlight batteries: 

When the lights come on again. © Sept. 10, 
1943; KK 21233. 

Winchester batteries are powerful cartridges 
of light. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 21669. 



This is a bomber you don't have to pamper. For 
radiator tubes. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21232. 

This sensational news. For ammunition. © Oct. 
11, 1943; KK 21558. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 9807 

Wlssco springs deliver. For wire. © Nov. 4, 
1943; KK 21700. 

Wilder (George Edward), d. b. a. Standard solvent 
CO., Chicago. 9808 

Crust In your cooling and heating colls is cost- 
ing you money. Clean-a-coll can save. For scale 
removing solvent, © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21417. 

Williams Q. H.) & co,, Buffalo, 9809 

How and why Williams' tools aid war production. 

For drop-forglngs and drop-forged tools. © Oct. 

I, 1943; KK 21370. 

Winchester repeatii^ arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Winches- 
ter repeating arms co. dlv. 

Wise (Wm, H.) & CO., Inc., New York. 9810-9812 
For book: 

New modern encyclopedia. 1943. © Oct. 7, 
1943; KK 21488. 

Peoples of the world in pictures. © Oct. 7, 
1943; KK 21282. 

Yours for 7 days' examination free I © Oct. 

II, 1943; KK 21667. 

Wyckoff (Roger Sherman) Omaha. 9813 

Audlphone co. For hearing device. © Sept. 28, 
1943; KK 21625. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 3,744 



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UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[9813 



Frank & co. 1, 2 




For meat treats: 




Frank's meat treats. RR 72, Oct. 25, 1943. 




Frank's meat treats and design of a girl. RR 




75, Oct. 30, 1943. 




© Frank & co., Milwaukee. 





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Aristocrat leather products, inc. , New York. 9814 
Aristocrat Fifth avenue. For leather products. 
© June 15, 1943; KK 21331. 

Bach (Carl) Milwaukee. 9815 

Fresh sudz. For granulated soap. © At;^. 1, 
1941; KK 21404. 

Beech-nut packing co.,Canajoharie,N. Y. 98l6 

Beech-nut spearmint chewing gum. For chewing 
gum. © June 5, 1940; KK 21690. 

Beverage coffee corp., New York. - 9817 

Quick cafay instant coffee made in the cup. For 
coffee concentrate. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21583. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 9818 

Classic moderns. For shoe box label. © Oct. 
15, 1943; KK 21498. 

Bridgford meat co., San Diego, Calif. 9819 

Bridgford's corned beef iiash. For corned beef 
hash. © June 17, 1943; KK 21450. 

California & Hawaiian sugar refining corp., ltd., 
San Francisco. 9820-9822 

For refined sugar: 

C and H sugar pure cane bar and dessert. © 
Aug. 20, 1943; KK 21682. 

C and H sugar pure cane berry granulated. © 
July 10, 1943; KK 21684. 

C and H sugar pure cane brown. © Sept. 1, 
1943; KK 21409. 

Charm parfums. See Riddick 0ohn B.) ir., d. b. a. 
Charm parfums. 

Colson (WUliam) Chicago. 9823 

Powder room catalogs and place cards. For 
catalogue and place card novelties. © Oct. 7, 1943; 
KK 21468. 

Dairy goat journal, Columbia, Mo. 9824 

Goat milk. For milk bottle cap design. © Oct. 
30, 1943; KK 21688. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn, 9825, 9826 

Coffee -lico. For non-alcoholic, non-cereal, malt- 
less, flavored sirup for soda, beverage and ice 
cream refreshments. © Oct. 14, 1943; KK 21573. 
Let clear-o-paint kit be your paint helper. For 
paint strainer, paddles, floor cleaner, dry puddy, 
and other articles used by painters. © Oct. 14, 
1943; KK 21572. 

Dri-kleen CO., Chicago. 9827 

Genuine dri-kleen. For cleaning product for 
fabrics. © Oct. 7, 1943; KK 21495. 

Dritz-Traum co., inc., New York. 9828 

Glide-tex - the chemically processed press cloth. 
Instructions and use. For press cloth. © Oct. 19, 
1943; KK 21395. 

Ebrey chemical works, Miami, Fla. 9829 

Ebrey's herb extract - extractodehierbas Ebrey. 

For vegetable diuretic. ©Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21510. 



Elsasser (Max) Union City, N. J. 9830 

Vitality bakery. For bakery goods - energy 

cookies - egg zweibach. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 21679. 

Eppy (Samuel) & co.. New York. 9831 

Checker dice. For game. © Aug. 18, 1943;'kK 
21403. 

Fry (B. L.) products co., St. Louis. 9832 

Barn yard. Arrangement of animals and fowl in 
a circle. For two way game for children and adults. 
© Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21677. 

General baking co., New York. 9833, 9834 

For fruit cake: 

Christmas morning. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 
21223. 

White Christmas. © Sept. 20, 1943; KK 
21224. 

Gerber products co., Fremont, Mich. 9835, 9836 
For baby food: 

Gerber's ready to serve cereal food. © Oct. 
8, 1943; KK 21586. 

Gerber's strained oatmeal. © Oct. 13, 1943; 
KK 21585. 

Gilbert (A. C.) co.. New Haven. 9837, 9838 

Erector junior. For wood construction set. © 

Oct. 28, 1942; KK 21452. 

Gilbert cameo blocks. For building and piling 

toys for little folks. © Oct. 28, 1942; KK 21451. 

Glyconaid CO., Toledo. 9839 

Glyconaid pills. For pill for the aid of diabetes. 
© Sept. 5, 1943; KK 21341. 

Hart (Leo) co., inc., Rochester, N. Y. 9840 

Official kit. Junior aircraft warning service of 
America. For junior aircraft warning service 
equipment. © Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21308. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc.. New York. 

.9841, 9842 
For knitting wool: 

Hiawatha British genuine Shetland wool. © 
Oct. 20, 1943; KK 21397. 

Hiawatha British genuine Shetland wool. Be 
sure to purchase enough wool, etc. © Oct. 20, 
1943; KK 21396. 

Hoffman beverage CO., Newark, N. J. 9843 

Hoffman club soda. For non-alcoholic beverage. 
© Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21349. 

Holy light CO., New York. 9844 

Home altar shrine. For religious shrine. © 
Oct. 9, 1943; KK 21466. 

Hudson (H. D.) mfg. co., Chicago. 9845-9847 

For spraying liquids: 

Hudson continuous sprayer no. 431. Comet. 
© July 1, 1943; KK 21508. 

Hudson sprayer no. 452. Misty. © July 1, 
1943; KK 21524. 



224 



no. 10, 1943 



LABELS 



9887 



Hudson duster no. 663. Cadet. For spraying 
powders. © July 1, 1943; KK 21509. 

Jackson (Eugene) Thonotosassa, Fla. 9848 

Zephyr liniment. For medicinal antiseptic. © 
Nov. 5, 1943; KK 21661. 

Kalmide chemical co., New York. 9849 

Soot-go. For carbon remover for chimney and 
boiler cleaning. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21461. 

Loeb (H. A.) & co., Chicago. 9850 

Miss Freedom. For hair nets. © Sept. 3, 1943; 
KK 21306. 

Meredith (Kenneth a.) Atlanta. 9851 

Sharkskin sportswear. For men's, boy's, and 

juvenile's sportswear. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21659. 

Metric (Joseph) Milwaukee. 9852 

Hi-jear. For soap chips. © Oct. 6, 1943; KK 
21408. 

Miller (W. E.) Oklahoma City. 9853 

Miller's miracle scalp cream. For external 
ointment. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21621. 

Old Dominion candies, inc., Roanoke, Va. 9854 

Monticello package of assorted chocolates. For 
candies. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21610. 

Oostburg canning co., Oostburg, Wis. 9855 

King size. For canned peas. © July 26, 1943; 
KK 21582. 

Orchard products co., d. b. a. Seedless products 
CO., Chicago. 9856 

U-kook-it. For food preparation used in making 

jams. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 21497. 

Piatt & Munk co., inc.. New York. 9857-9868 

First steps in coloring, 135. For box of color- 
ing books for children. © June 21, 1943; KK 21244. 
For box of paper dolls and dresses to cut out: 
Betty Ann and her friends to cut out and dress, 
227-A. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 21246. 

Playtime dolls to cut out and dress, 227-B. 
© Aug. 4, 1943; KK 21245. 

For box of paper dolls to cut out: 

Gay dolls to cut out and dress, 225A. © Jime 
28, 1943; KK 21383. 

Party dolls to cut out and dress, 225B. © 
June 28, 1943; KK 21382. 

Pretty dolls to cut out and dress, 225C. © 
June 28, 1943; KK 21381. 

Young miss dolls to cut out and dress, 225D. 
© June 28, 1943; KK 21380. 

For box of picture books for children: 

Little child's library, 2600A. © Oct. 18, 1943; 
KK 21384. 

Little tots' library, 2600B. © Oct. 18, 1943; 
KK 21385. 

My picture book library, 3800. © Oct. 8, 
1943; KK 21247. 

Junior miss dolls to cut out and dress, 229. For 
box of dolls and dresses to cut out. © Aug. 21, 
1943; KK 21248. 

Things to do, 710. For box of miscellaneous 
childrens books. © June 29, 1943; KK 21386. 

Pressman (J.) & co., inc.. New York. 9869 

Hop ching checkers. For game. © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 21613. 



Quaker oats co., Chicago. 9870 

Quaker enriched farina. For cereal. © Oct. 
29, 1943; KK 21556. 

Riddick (John B.) jr., d. b. a. Charm parfums, 
Memphis, Tenn. 9871 

Navy blue. For perfume. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 

21225. 

Rowles (E. W. A.) co., Arlington Heights, III. 9872 
Blackboard play box. For educational set. © 
June 30, 1943; KK 21414. 

Rumford chemical works, Rumford, R. I. 9873 

Rumford whipade. For food ingredient for use 
in cream. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21496. 

St. Laurent bros., inc.. Bay City, Mich. 9874 

St. Laurents peanut butter. For peanut butter. 
© Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21650. 

Sass-Dorne studio, Los Angeles. 9875 

Mr. Do and Mr. Don't claytooning set. For clay 
modeling set. © Oct. 26, 1943; KK 21681. 

Seedless products co. See Orchard products co., 
d. b. a. Seedless products co. 

Smith (Allen V.) inc., Bilarcellus Falls, N. Y. 

9876, 9877 

Smith's Puritan brand. For barley. © Sept. 1, 
1939; KK 21342. 

Smith's Puritan brand. For split peas. © Sept. 
1, 1939; KK 21214. 

Soy food mills, Chicago. 9878 

Golden mix for muffins. For muffin flour con- 
taining soy beans. © Apr. 22, 1943; KK 21494. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 9879, 9880 

Blue bonnet. For oleomargarine. © Oct. 5, 

1943; KK 21335. 

Fleischmann's yeast. For yeast. © Sept. 15, 

1943; KK 21222. 

Stanley home products, inc., Westfield, Mass. 

9881, 9882 

Stanley dental plate cleaning powder. For prep- 
aration for cleaning false teeth. © Dec. 17, 1942; 
KK 21325. 

Stanley tooth powder. For preparation for clean- 
ing teeth. © Dec. 17, 1942; KK 21324. 

Stow mfg. CO., Binghamton, N. Y. 9883 

Stow remote control flexible shafts. For flexible 
shafting for remote valve control. © Oct. 22, 1943; 
KK 21469. 

TeiCh (Curt) & co., inc., Chicago. 9884 

United States army air forces pictorial station- 
ery in Florida. For stationery. © Oct. 28, 1943; 
KK 21511. 

Tetley (Joseph) & co., inc.. New York. 9885 
Tetley beanburger soy dinner mix. For a pow- 
dered mixture food product. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
21330. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical Corp., inc., Louis- 
ville. 9886, 9887 
Black leaf 40, form 0540. For nicotine sulphate 

solution. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 21492. 



225 



9888 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Black leaf 155, form 0523. For prepared dry 
compound of nicotine. © Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21493. 

Town & country, Sedalia, Mo. 9888 

Towners, by Town and country. Fine casual 

footwear. For shoes. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 21512. 

Union oil co. of California, Los Angeles. 

9889, 9890 

Red line lubricating grease. For lubricatii^ 
grease. © Jan. 2, 1932; KK 21303. 

Red line lubricating oil. For lubricating oil. © 
Jan. 2, 1932; KK 21302. 

United distillers of America, ltd., Baltimore. 9891 
Dunbar's. For blended Canadian whiskey. © 
Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21328. 



Vitamin research bureau, Boston. 9892 

Watch your V. Q. For vitamins. © Oct. 26, 
1943; KK 21692. 



Vos (Arthur) jr., Denver. 

Fresh Macklem bread. 
1943; KK 21620. 



9893 
For bread. © Oct. 16, 



Wessel (Stanley) & co., Chicago. 9894 

Wessel's army envo-letters. For combination 
envelopes and writii^ sheets. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 
21301. 

White (Eben W.) Seattle. 9895 

Rx for the treatment of asthma, hayfever and 
other allergic conditions. For medicine for treat- 
ment of asthma, etc. © Nov. 2, 1943; KK 21680. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



695 



226 



lABEIJS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[9895 



Dickinson (Albert) co. 1 

Dickinson's seed tests. For seeds. © Albert 
Dickinson co., Chicago. RR 71, Oct. 11, 1943. 



Frank & co. 



2,3 



For prepared meat products: 

Frank's meat treats. RR 73, Oct. 25, 1943. 
Made as only Frank knows how. RR 74, Oct. 
25, 1943. 

© Frank & co., Milwaukee. 



U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943 



227 



9896-10610 



THE LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 
WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 11 



(II) 



NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



(m) 



CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are the 
same. 



American-London shrinkers corp. 9896, 9897 

Trilling (Theodore R.): 

Confidentially we shrink, 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 2, 1943; G 42464, 42465. 

Anderson-Friberg co, 9898, 9899 

Anderson (George) Memorial: 

Apple, 3020. - Carlson, 3018, © Aug. 24, 
1942; G 42407, 42408. 

Artinian (Garo) 9900 

Peruggi (Ernesto): 

Roosevelt (F. D.) © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1943; G 
42463. 

Balancio (Mariano Libadia)* 9901 

In God we trust. [Roosevelt (President) with 
the map of the Philippines] © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1943; 
G 42434. 

Bilker (Arnold)* 9902 

Lucky wishbone. © 1 c, Oct. 27, 1943; G 42383. 

Bishop (Richard E.)* 9903-9908 

Mallards and cattails , 56, - Mallards and white - 
marsh, 53. - Pitching canvas, 55. - Study for Wing- 
mead reservoir, 52. - Three mallards, 54. - Wing- 
mead reservoir, 51. © 1 c. each Nov. 17, 1943; G 
42401-42406. 

Blakely (Eugene Oswald)* 9909 

Willie Whipple. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1943, G 42428. 

Blum (George Edward)* 9910 

He prepareth a table. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; G 
42441. 

Burkley (Walter M.) 9911 

James (Will): 

James (Will) bucking horse. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 
1943; G 42439. 

Clark 0ames L.)* 9912 

Chiang Kai-shek. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1943; G 42444. 

Clark (Sally)* 9913, 9914 

Chiang Kai-shek (Madame) © 1 c. Nov, 27, 1943; 

G 42442. 

Rickenbacher (Captain Eddie) © 1 c. Nov. 15, 

1943; G 42391. 

Collier-Young (Catharine Mary) 9915 

Colyear (Catriona Muire); 

Angel's warning. © 1 c. Nov, 20, 1943; G 
42424. 

Cox (Herman Elwood) 9916 

Walters (Stanley Thompson): 

Spirit of victory, freedom and security. © 
1 c, Oct. 26, 1943; G 42440. 



Crane (Claude B.)* 9917 

War service photo picture. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1943; G 42443. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 9918-9923 

Campfire. - Canyon de Chelly. - Pals. - Pros- 
pector. - Tending her sheep. - Wapiti. © 1 c. 
each Nov. 17, 1943; G 42395-42400. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 9924-9926 

Disney (Walt) Mr.: 

Current. - Resister. - Volt. © 1 c. each Nov. 
29, 1943; G 42454-42456. 

Frey (George I.) 9927 

nigan (Ralph): 

O Mary without sin pray for us who have re- 
course to Thee. [Our lady of the miraculous medal] 
© 1 c. Nov. 22, 1943, G 42435. 

Green (Rodman Vasey)* 9928 

Freedom's banner. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; G 
42385. 

Hambrock (Ida)* 9929 

America's sweetheart -Mary. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1943; G 42392. 

Harlow (Arthur H.) & co., inc. 9930-9942 

Woiceske (Ronau William): 

Catskill village. - Full moon. - Pines in win- 
ter. - Prelude. - Reaching shadows. - Reflections. 
- Refuge. - Shady valley. - Snowbound, - Symphony 
in white, - White magic. - Wind and snow. - Wind- 
ing brook. © 1 c. each Nov, 18, 1943; G 42409- 
42421. 

Herrick (John P.) 9943 

Euwer (Anthony): 

Lone Indian tribesman on a periodical visit 
to the Seneca oil spring. © 1 c, Oct. 19, 1943; G 
42390. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 9944 

Hintermeister (Hy. [i. e. J. H.]): 

Our heroes return. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1943; G 
42393. 

Hughes (Ethel Lee)* 9945 

America, here we come. © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1943; 
G 42436. 

Jennewein (C. Paul)* 9946, 9947 

Victory gardener. - Worker who stays on the job. 
© 1 c. each Nov. 20, 1943, G 42425, 42426. 

Johnson (William Bush) jr.* 9948 

Wings of love, the pinions of victory, © 1 c, Oct, 
25, 1943, G 42437. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



9949 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Landon (William C.) 
National art school: 

At last. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1943; G 42386. 



9949 



Lanyi (Dezso)* 9950-9954 

Brahms. Tschaikowsky. © July 26, 1942; G 
42430, 42433. 

Lis7t. © Aug. 2, 1943; G 42432. 

Mozart. © Nov. 25, 1941; G 42429. 

Verdi. © Mar. 20, 1943; G 42431. 

Lightbearers. 9955 

Thurburn (Malcolm): 

Star for the new age, sixth cycle. © 1 c. Dec. 
1, 1943; G 42462. 

Lorow (Cortez)* 9956 

Punch and Judy. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1943; G 42427. 

McCall (Charles Ford)* 9957 

And they came with haste. © 1 c, Nov. 17, 1943, 
G 42394. 

Mandery (Alexander Joseph)* 9958 

You've got what it takes! © 1 c. Oct, 20, 1943; 
G 42422. 

Manning (Reginald West) 9959 

Manning (Reg [i. e. R. W.]): 

Reg Manning's table-top map of Arizona. © 
1 c. Nov. 8, 1943; G 42423. 

Matthews (William Benjamin) III* 9960 

Who said, a sergeant is tough? © 1 c. Oct, 28, 
1943; G 42384. 

Osborne CO. 9961-9963 

Buell (Al[i. e. Alfred L.]): 

What you waitii^ for, 4856. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1943; G 42459. 

Hoertz (Frederick J.): 

So proudly we hail, 4857. © 1 c. Nov, 27, 
1943; G 42457, 



Teller (Grif [i, e, Griffith H.]): 

White House, 4854. © 1 c, Nov. 27, 1943; G 
42458. 

Schmitz (Carl L.)* 9964 

Four freedoms. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1943; G 42447, 

Shepard (William Emery)* 9965 

Danger faced by pioneers, © 1 c, Dec. 1, 1943; 
G 42461. 

Sprague (Elizabeth V.) 9966-9971 

Russell (Charles M.): 

Clark ( Captain Wm.) of Lewis and Clark 
expedition, meeting with Indians in the north west. 
- Hunting party on mountain trail. - Indians dis- 
cover prospectors, - Mule pack train. - Prospec- 
tors discover an Indian camp. - Road agents. © 
1 c. each Nov. 30, 1943; G 42448-42453. 

Strine (Paul Richard)* 9972 

Bennay memorial, B-101, © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1943; 
G 42460. 

Swoboda (Theodore Leo)* 9973 

Leader dog. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1943; G 42438. 

Theis (Irene H.)* 9974 

Hands around the world. Impression of actual 
baby's hand. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1943; G 423bl. 



Thomson (Robert M.)* 

Star. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1943; G 42382. 



9975 



Vermont marble co. 9976-9980 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Cemetery memorial de- 
sign: 

Harrum, 6123. - Prouty,6122. - Rileigh,6113. 
© Nov, 8, 1943; G 42387-42389, 

Roe (A, B.) family, D 10-01240-A,D 10-01240- 
B. © Nov. 25, 1943; G 42445, 42446. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 1,179 



230 



SCULPTURE OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[9980 



Hunt (Esther) 1 

Little Pomo. © Esther Hunt, San Francisco. R 
120447, Augo 17, 1943. 



231 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 
OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER, PHOTOGRAPHS, 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Albree (G, Norman) 9981, 9982 

Albree handloading system. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 

1943; I 33394. 

Two-way trailer. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1943; I 33392, 

American automobile assn. Traffic engineering & 
safety dept. 9983, 9984 

We obey our safety patrol, 152. © Aug. 20, 1943; 

K 54081. 

We observe all traffic rules, 153. © Sept. 15, 

1943; K 54080. 

American national Red cross. 9985-9996 

Ash stand, 1405-10. - Book wagon, 1405=17, - 
Floor lamp, 1405^7. - Lap board, 1405-6, - Morse 
code practice set, 1405-3. - Watch holders, wood & 
wire, 1405 22. © Oct. 27, 1943; I 33404-33406, 
33410, 33412, 33415. 

Clothes hanger, 1405-1. - Flag standard, 1405-12. 

- Folding chair, light, 1405-15, - Maple cane, 1405- 

16. - Table lamp, 1405-8, - Writing board, 1405-5. 
© Oct. 28, 1943; I 33407-33409, 33411, 33413, 
33414. 

Anderson (Nils Alfred) 9997, 9998 

Vive la France. - World salutes you. © Nov. 

17, 1943; J 36048, 36049, 

Artists for victory, inc. 9999-10035 

And many died! Think before talkir^, 19. - As 
we sow, so shall we reap, 38. - Avenge Pearl Har- 
bor, buy war bonds today, 1. - Defend your sacred 
right of worship, 16. = Destroy the despoilers of 
our faiths, 20. Fight for the four freedoms, 43. 

- Fight for your right to free worship, 44. - Fight 
today for your child's tomorrow, 15. - Find your 
place in the fight for freedom, 27. - Food is a 
weapon, waste not, 42. - For peace' sake, fight, 
14. - Gear yourself in the battle of production, 29. 

- Hand up for your share for victory, 55. - Her lib- 
eration depends upon your liberality, 18. - Idle 
chatter can be serious matter, 34. - Idle hands work 
for the enemy, 40. - Imagine your child in her stead, 
36. - Just another atrocity story, eh, 39, - Keep 
the goose step out of America, 45, - Lives depend 
on your job, 9, - Loose lips - lost lives, 8. - Only 
a numbskull would slacken, 28. - Praise the Lord 
and pass the ammunition, 30. - Protective custody, 
under the barbarian, 42. - Rumors are enemy weap- 
ons, 10. - Save waste kitchen fats for explosives, 
13. - Ship talk can be sabotalk, 3. - Smash the 
double cross with more tanks, 41. - Support the 
man behind the gun, 26, - Talk is not cheap! Be 
careful, 32. - United nations, one for all and all for 
one, 17. - Victory is in your hands, 7, - War bonds 
and stamps supply the bullets, 11. - War bonds will 
remove this shadow, 2, - Wipe this slime and crime 
from the earth, 31. - Your country calls for more 
war bonds, 5. - Your hands can shape victory, 33. 
© May 15, 1943, K 54112-54148, 

Asberg (Theodore Edgar) 10036 

Summertime near Fairy Pool. © Nov. 12, 1943; 
J 36071. 



Ashley (David) inc. 10037 

Tennessee; by Ruthven H. Byrum. © Nov. 22, 
1943; H 2619. 

Atkins (Howard D.) 10038 

Savings with protection. © Nov. 4, 1943; I 33425. 

Backe (John C) 10039 

Door hinge suspension hanger construction. © 
1 Co Nov. 29, 1943; I 33433, 



Barnett (Sidney) 

Duke flirts. © Oct. 30, 1943; J 35973. 



10040 



Berk (William) 10041 

Unit mandrel. © 1 c, Nov. 26, 1943; I 33442. 

Bethlehem steel co. 10042, 10043 

Back up our heroes at Salerno, buy an extra 

bond today, third war loan. © Sept. 20, 1943; K 

54055. 

Could you look him in the eye? Buy and keep 

war bonds. © Oct. 4, 1943; K 54056. 

Betts (Harold) 10044 

End zone guard for trim presses. © 1 c. Nov. 
26, 1943; I 33441. 

Brown instrument co. 10045-10052 

Brown instrument [chart] 5170-N. © May 20, 
1943; I 33390. 

— 5173-N. © Sept. 7, 1943; I 33391. 

Brown instrument co. [chart] 1624T. © Oct. 
11, 1943; I 33450. 

^—10721. © Nov. 2, 1943; I 33395. 

—12719, © Aug. 11, 1943; I 33431, 

—14081. © Sept. 8, 1943; I 33387. 

14083. © Aug. 19, 1943; I 33452. 

-14084. © Aug, 20, 1943; I 33451. 

Bryant (Frederick W.) 10053 

Self filling cosmetic liquids applicator and pock- 
et conveyor, © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1943; I 33418. 

Bulla (Paul R.) 10054 

James Harvey Sandifer class. © Nov. 4, 1943; 
J 35964. 

Bunk (Anthony) 10055 

Volume and weight of liquids or solids in verti- 
cal cylindrical tanks. © Oct, 19, 1943; I 33430. 

Cashmore (Alonzo West) 10056 

Loop bottle cap opener. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1943; 
I 33427. 

Chase (Leon A.) 10057 

Smoke and soot eliminator. © 1 c. Nov, 26, 
1943; I 33443. 

Cleofe (Lawrence) 10058, 10u59 

Production triangulation power shear. - This 
combination railroad car will answer all purpose. 
© 1 c. each Nov. 4, 1943, J 36051, 36052. 



232 



CLASSES H-K 



n o. 11. 1943 



10132 



Coca-cola co. 10060-10062 

Building up pressure today. - You and Coca- 
cola. © Oct. 21, 1943, J 36092, 36093. 

Guardians of quality. © Oct. 1, 1943; J 36094. 

Commercial steel treating corp. 10063-10072 

Do you talk too much, 4. - Facts not alibis are 
important, 1. - Help, 2. - Listening, 6. - Our busi- 
ness Is not talking, 5. - Shut up, 9. - Stick, 8. - 
Suggest, 3. - What will you spoil today, 7. - Zip 
your lip, 10. © Sept. 1, 1943; K 54070-54079. 

Commercial travelers mutual accident assn. of 
America. 10073 

Accident saboteur may knock at your door today. 

© 1 c. Oct. 10, 1943; K 54041. 

Corboy (E. W.) 10074 

Sacred Heart of Jesus, our Eternal Friend; by 
Sister Stanisia. © Oct. 14, lb43; H 2621. 

Coulbourn (Howard D.) Wynnewood, Pa. 10075 

Relief map of the United States. © May 13, 
1943; J 35742. 

Cronln (R.) co. 10076 

Don't-b-a-slacker, but-b-a-backer. © Nov. 1, 
1943; K 54057. 

Davis (Eric G.) 10077 

[Antiblush temperature humidity chart for appli- 
cation of finishes] © Nov. 4, 1943; 1 33426. 

Dekema (Wouter) 10078 

Dekema course corrector. © Nov. 1, 1943; I 
33378. 

Delta air corp. 10079 

Air-lthmetic. © 1 c. July 1, 1943; K 54061. 

Deschler (M. B.) 10080 

Combination single unit sash drop window with 
trim, roller screen & jalousie, 74-V. © 1 c. Nov. 
13, 1943; I 33454. 

De Zevallos (Mary) 10081 

Liberty and justice for all. © Aug. 18, 1943; J 
36050. 

Donaldson (Anna Streeter) 10082-10084 

Beat the Axis grease saver, 1-3. © 1 c. each 
Oct. 6, 1943; I 33397-33399. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E. I.) & co., inc. 10085 

Texas ranger, 274144 FDSB; by Wesley Dennis. 
© Nov. 1, 1943; K 54082. 

Ednal co., inc. 10086 

Continuous edge zipper. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1943; 
I 33449. 

Electronic sound engineering co. 10087 

E. S. E. co.360<' model 160 loudspeaker, 2250-1. 
© 1 c. Nov. 12, 1943; J 36075. 

Emery (George S.) 10088 

Adapters. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1943; I 33389. 

Fames (Bertram William) 10089 

Schematic drawing wing radiator and sectionalized 
system. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1943; I 33432. 



Fell (Olive) 10090-10098 

B n good. - In my dreams. - Jealous. - Lone- 
some. - On my mind. - Really I - Remember me? - 
Sez you! - Who me? © Aug. 1, 1943; K 54042- 
54050. 

General cable corp. 10099 

Let's save this space for the master race. © 
Oct. 14, 1943; K 54052. 



General motors corp. 

Axi dent. © Nov. 5, 1943; K 54158. 



10100 



Fisher body dlv. 10101, 10102 

Next time you're absent write your excuse to a 

soldier. © Nov. 5, 1943; K 54068. 

You can't build bombers at home. © Oct. 30, 

1943; K 54069. 

Gibson (C. R.) & co. 10103-10116 

Hakola (Tyyne): 

Beginner department promotion certificate to 
the primary department, 612, 762. - Certificate of 
promotion, 616, 766. -Cradle roll certificate, 610C, 
760C. - Cradle roll promotion certificate to the 
beginner department, 611C, 761C. - Intermediate 
department promotion certificate to the senior de- 
partment, 615, 765S. - Junior department promotion 
certificate to the Intermediate department, 614, 
764. - Primary department promotion certificate to 
the junior department, 613, 763. © Aug. 3, 1943; 
K 54094-54100, 54149-54155. 

Glttlns (Bert S.) advertising. 10117 

Wisconsin dairy capital of the world. © Oct. 15, 
1943; K 54111. 

Greenway (Lewis M.) 10118 

Telephone utility combination. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1943; I 33436. 

Hays Corp. 10119 

Hays recorder chart, 392. © Nov. 17, 1943; I 
33396. 

Hearst publications, inc. 10120 

This is an exclusive picture of Mrs. Shirley 

Evans Hassau's daughter, Marylyn, etc. © 1 c. 
Oct. 15, 1943; K 54168. 

Hill (Harry C.) 10121 

Victorious American lead will fly in Berlin and 
Tokyo. © Nov. 27, 1943; K 54161, , 

Holt (Henry) & co., inc. 10122 

River mathematics. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1943; I 
33428. 

House of art. 10123-10128 

Ludovici (J.): 

Copperfield (David) arrives in London, L-2. 

- Copperfield (David) bids farewell to the Micawber 
family, L-9. - Copperfield (David) on his way to 
school, L-5. - Pickwick (Mr.) and his friends ar- 
rive at the Blue Hon, Muggleton, L-li. - Plckwlck- 
lans leave the Golden cross for Rochester, L-14. 

- Plckwlckians on the road to Dlngley Dell, L-8. 
© Oct. 20, 1943; H 2612-2617. 

' Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 10129-10132 

He won't win with that paunch, help him reduce. 

- He's always on the job! - Is our shop shipshape 
too? - This hitch hiker needs a lift! © Nov. 16, 
1943; K 54107-54110. 



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10133 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Hunter (Harman J.) 10133 

Pressure can opener. ® 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 
33446. 

Irwin (Wlllard A.) 10134 

New airplane propeller. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 
33435. 

Jackson (Richard Wlnfred) 10135 

Jesus said, blessed are the pure in heart, for 

they shall see God. © Aug. 20, 1943; K 54092. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 10136-10152 

Disassembly and inspection of the Scintilla mag- 
neto, DF18RN, DFN, SF14LN-3, SF14RN-8. - How 
to use the preloading tool. - Inspection and main- 
tenance in service of Scintilla magnetos. - Inspec- 
tion before installation of Scintilla magnetos. - In- 
stallation and timing of the Scintilla magneto, 
DF18RN, DFN, SF14LN-3, SF14RN-8. - Magneto 
test procedure. - Reassembly of the Scintilla mag- 
neto, DF18RN, DFN, SF14LN-3, SF14RN-8. - Wir- 
ing and checking. © Nov. 1, 1943; J 36053-36069. 

Johnson (Marjorie Conrad) 10153 

Elastic strip feature added to Sears Roebuck and 

company's famous charmode nu-back foundation 

garment [for ladies] © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1943; I 33453. 

Kaufmann (Edward) 10154 

[Moses]; by Isidor Kaufmann. © Nov. 15, 1943; 
H 2620. 

Keller (Leo D.) 10155 

Ball-bearing lock-nut. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1943; I 
33417. 

Keystone view co. 10156-10227 

Keystone stereoscopic service, AN 5 - AN 76. 
© Aug. 3, 1943; J 35974-36045. 

King features syndicate, inc. 10228-10235 

Bedroom with built in dresser, Z-193. - Com- 
pleted Dloiine home, Z-181. - Dionne's dining room, 
Z-180. - Marie and Yvonne inspecting, Z-177. - 
One end of living room, Z-179. - One side of a 
quint bedroom, Z- 194. - Quints music room, Z-178. 
© Nov. 7, 1943; J 35965-35970, 35972. 

Quints favorite sofa, Z-174. © Oct. 31, 1943; J 
35971. 

Klinker (James i>.) 10236 

Factorgraph wage evaluator. © Nov. 10, 1943; 
I 33424. 

Knops (Edwin Charles) 10237, 10238 

Light mechanized cavalry. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 

1943; I 33388. 

Magnetism converter. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1943; I 

33401. 

Krause (William Francis) 10239 

Redemption. © Nov. 15, 1943; J 36047. 

Kuhn (T. LeRoy) 10240 

Sun paths and altitudes. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1943; I 
33393. 

Larson (Edward L.) 10241 

Combination invalid cot. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; 
I 33440. 



Larson (Walter J.) 10242 

Front wheel drive. © 1 c.Nov. 26, 1943; I 33439. 

Let's go America, radio program. 10243 

We are cooperating with the torch of sacrifice. 
© Oct. 20, 1943; K 54040. 

Lynch (E. P.) inc. 10244-10251 

Luminous blackout l3rtape: 

After deck house steering engine, magazine, 
1200-5. - Boat deck, 1200-3. - Bridge deck, 1200-2. 
- Machinery space elevation, 1200-7. - Machinery 
space, lower levels, 1200-8. - Profile and details, 
1200-1. - Storerooms 2nd deck, 1200-6. Upper 
deck quarters, 1200-4. © Nov. 4, 1943; I 33379- 
33386. 

McClasky Qay A.) 10252, 10253 

Derry Jane. - Lady Louise. © 1 c. each Nov. 
9, 1943; J 36086, 36087. 

McCullar (Radica E.) 10254 

Drill guide and gauge. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 
33434. 

McGuire (William Joseph) 10255 

American creed. © Nov. 29, 1943; K 54167. 

Manzanar cooperative enterprises, inc. 10256 

Manzanar war relocation center. © Nov. 1, 
1943; J 36070. 

Mead Johnson & co. 10257, 10258 

Zwaan (Cornelius): 

Feeding the baby. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1943; K 
54058. 

Story. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1943; K 54051. 

Metcalf (Mary Jane) 10259 

Metcalf tennis togs. © Nov. 1, 1943; I 33423. 

Moss (Donald Francis) 10260 

Hell Point battle on mid-northern coast of 
Guadalcanal. Battle of August 21st, 1942. © Oct. 
7, 1943; K 54035. 

Mullins Qoseph Eugene) 10261 

Carrying handles. © 1 c.Aug. 24, 1943; I 33403. 

Nappanee section-bilt co. 10262 

Nappanee section-bilt brooder house. [Brooder 

house assembly diagram] © Jan. 17, 1942; K 54159. 

Neal (Eugene Preston) 10263 

Parallel ruled scale, plate n. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1943; I 33402. 

Neilan (Edward S.) 10264, 10265 

Young marine, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Nov. 5, 1943; 
J 36076, 36077. 

New York graphic society. 10266 

Desert domain, 106; by Paul Grimm. © Oct. 
11, 1943; H 2618. 

Nezworski (NickJ.) 10267 

File. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 33445. 

Norcross. 10268, 10269 

Hey, happy birthday and many of 'em, 10B1187. 

© Aug. 20, 1943; K 54165. 

I love ya, honey, an awful lot though I may not 

often say it, etc., 25W334. © Oct. 10, 1943; K 

54164. 



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no. 11, 1943 



CLASSES H-K 



10334 



Oahu pub. CO. 10270 

Oahu rhythm style note course. © Aug. 24, 
1943; K 54036. 

Osborn (Amenzo C.) 10271 

Massage appliance. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 
33447. 

Osborne co. 10272 

Break for liberty, P 2029. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1943; 
J 36088. 

Powell (Virgil S.) 10273 

Fingerprint game. © 1 c.Nov. 26,1943; I 33437. 

Reddy Kilowatt. 10274 

Reddy Kilowatt, 1944. © Nov. 1, 1943; K 54160. 

Reinhold (Albert C^ 10275 

God bless those in our service, on to victory. 
© Nov. 26, 1943, K 54166. 

Rogers (Nickerson) 10276 

Liberty. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1943; J 36046. 

Sabaneeff (Sonia) 10277, 10278 

Jim Po. = Victory garden ballet. © 1 c. each 
Oct. 1, 1943; J 36089, 36090. 

Salceies (Stanley L.) 10279 

Mirage. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1943; J 36091. 

Salvation army, inc. 10280, 10281 

Home away from home. - Thoughts at Christ- 
mastime. © 1 c. each Oct. 25, 1943; K 54059, 
54060. 

Sandler (Henry B.) co. 10282, 10283 

Jambor (Louis): 

His letter. - Tranquillo. © Nov. 1, 1943; K 
54053, 54054. 

Saunders (Homer) 10284 

Our Father Who art in heaven, etc. [Lord's 
Prayer on a cross] © Oct. 20, 1943; K 54157. 

Schwendeman (Joseph RaymoncQ 10285 

Air age 48 hour time & day chart. © June 1, 
1943; I 33416. 

Scott (Elizabeth M.) 10286 

Scott's plastic victory zipper. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 
1943; I 33400. 

Shaffer (Cleve F.) 10287-10289 

Alternate over -sidewalk belt plans [and belt sec- 
ton] - Distribution by continuous belt rapid transit. 
- Temporary defense housing plan, proposed over 
Market st. belt line structure. © 1 c. each Nov. 22, 
1943; I 33420-33422. 

Shelby (Albert) 10290 

Clock-wise, in less than 2 hours, no wasted 
motion, no disappearing operators, no needless 
discomfort. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1943; K 54084. 

Smyser (Willa^d Clayton) 10291 

Stadiagraph, showing direct vertical and hori- 
zontal distances, etc. © Oct. 29, 1943; I 32794. 

Society of the priests of the Sacred Heart. 10292 
[Mary, Protectress of our fighting forces] © 
Nov. 2, 1943; K 54083. 



Stafford (W. H.) 10293 

Competition. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 33448. 

Strauss (Henry) 10294, 10295 

Our hero. - Our star. © Oct. 25, 1943; K 54101, 
54102. 

Strye (Clara A.) 10296-10303 

Cat, 6, 7. - Cats, 1, 3-5, 8, 9. © Nov. 23, 1943; 
J 36078-36085. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 10304-10323 

Chic^o: 

Bismarck hotel, 3B-H 1221. - Public libraries, 
3B-H929. © Nov. 29, 1943; K 54162, 54163. 
Greetings from: 

Burlington, N. C., 3B-H710. - Camp Haan, 
California, 3B-H460. - Oakland, California, 3B- 
H423. - Trenton, N. J., 3B-H454. © Nov. 11, 1943; 
K 54062, 54063, 54065, 54066. 

Camp Shelby, Mississippi, 2B-H210. © May 
11, 1942; K 54089. 

Clinton. . . , Iowa, 2B-H527. © July 9, 1942; 
K 54088. 

Columbus army flying school, Mississippi, 
2B187-N. © July 6, 1942; K 54091. 

Elizabeth City, N[orth] C[arolina], 2 B-H253. 
© June 9, 1942; K 54085. 

Fort Meade, Md., 3B-H516. © Nov. 12, 
1943; K 54064. 

Moody Field, Georgia, keep 'em flying, 2B- 
H613. - Moultrie, Georgia, 2B-H595, - Tifton, 
Georgia's largest tobacco market, 2B-H594. - Val- 
dosta, Ga., world's largest naval stores market, 
2B-H612. © July 31, 1942; K 54103-54106. 

Rome, Ga., 3B-H725. © Nov. 5, 1943; K 
54067. 

Greetings from Seattle, Washington, 2B-H348. 
- Out where the West begins, 2B-H356. © June 12, 
1942; K 54086, 54087. 

Message from Cincinnati, Ohio, the queen city of 
the West, 2B-H304. © May 28, 1942; KK 54090. 

U. S. army air forces, Miami Beach, Florida. 
© May 25, 1943; K 54093. 

Todd (Ruby Josephine) 10324-10326 

Washington, D. C, night scene: 

Lincoln memorial. - National Capitol. - Wash- 
ington monument. © Nov. 15, 1942; J 36072-36074. 

United shoe machinery corp. 10327 

Time losing injuries in the shoe manufacturing 
industry. © Oct. 29, 1943; K 54156. 

Vecchi Qohn) 10328 

Clariophone. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1943; I 33419. 

Wadsworth (Lester C.) 10329 

Dirigible landing, releasing and handling de- 
vice. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; I 33438. 

Waite (Frank E.) 10330 

High speed turbine gas engine. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1943; I 33444. 

Weber (Ruth) & Manzella (Matt) 10331-10333 

United universal unity: 

Clean sweep for freedom. - One down, two to 
go. - Two down, one to go. © Oct. 11, 1943; K 
54037-54039. 

Wells (Ida May) 10334 

Shoppers utility case. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1943; I 
33429. 



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10334 pt. 4, n. s., v. 38 

Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entry) ■ — ■ — - — " 95 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 

854 one-copy entries) = — --»._=_-„==-____- 1,523 

Photographs (includii^ 537 one-copy entries) __-_„ ___^=.____= . . 1,091 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 73 contributions to periodicals 

and other one-copy entries) — -- — — 2,007 

Total— - — = ..— — — — ..__=_...„ 4,716 



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COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Adel precision products Corp., Burbank, Calif. 

10335, 10336 
For line supports and synthetic rubber cushions 
and material: 

S*porty says, only Adel makes Adelite. © 
Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21938. 

S*porty says, see Adel for quick service. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21939. 

Allis-Chalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 10337-10342 

For V-belt drives and component elements: 
Allis-Chalmers texrope drive estimate sheet 
using the texrope econograph, form 3788. © Sept. 
27, 1943; KK 21720. 

How to use texrope drive estimate sheet with 
the time saving econc^raph, form 3788. © Sept. 
27, 1943; KK 21721. 

Here's the ideal welder, new Allis-Chalmers 
ampac 400, B6302. For welding apparatus. © Oct. 
21, 1943; KK 21717. 

Power where you need it, Allis-Chalmers dry- 
type transformers, type AD, B6027C. For dry- 
type transformers. © Sept. 22, 1943; KK 21716. 

Questions & answers on the continuous excita- 
tion system of the new Allis-Chalmers excitron 
rectifier, B6301. For rectifiers. © Oct. 4, 1943; 
KK 21718. 

Spare parts boxes for storage of electrical and 
mechanical spare parts on shipboard, B6283. For 
metal boxes. © Aug. 2, 1943; KK 21719. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 

' Sclienectady, N. Y. 10343 

Shopmen finance young flyers, 113-56. For 

transportation equipment. © Oct. 30, 1943; KK 

21722. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 10344 

Ammunition is being passed. For beer. © Oct. 
It, 1943; KK 21843. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 10345-10347 

For meats: 

Armour recipes for ration -stretching. © 
Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21889. 

Food fights for freedom. © Oct. 22, 1943; 
KK 21890. 

Tasty and nutritious. © Oct. 25, 1943, KK 
21888. 

Armstrong cork co., Lancaster, Pa. 10348, 10349 
For cushiontone ceilings: 

How to exterminate office noise demons. © 
Sept. 2, 1943; KK 21926. 

How to exterminate restaurant noise demons. 
© Sept. 2, 1943, KK 21927. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 10350, 10351 
For non-precious metal: 

Compatibility. © Sept. 22, 1943, KK 21738. 
Mythical strength. © Oct. 26, 1943; KK 21739. 

Axton-Flsher tobacco co., inc., Louisville. 

10352, 10353 
For cigarettes: 

Extra protection, where it counts. © Nov. 12, 
1943; KK 22121. 



Natural mildness with extra protection. © 
Oct. 1, 1943; KK 22120. 

Bandwagon of infants', children's & girls' wear. 
See Metz (Louis A.), d.b.a. Bandwagon of in- 
fants', children's & girls' wear. 

Barton mfg. co., St. Louis. 10354, 10355 

For liquid shoe polish: 

Joe claims I enlisted just, etc, © Oct. 27, 
1943; KK 21945. 

Mom says we're sure lucky, etc. ©'Nov. 13, 
1943; KK 21838. 

Belfort 0oseph H.) Chicago. 10356 

Mammoth information portfolio. For information 
portfolio. © Nov, 15, 1943; KK 22107. 

Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. 10357 

See why we buUd 'em fast? For aircraft. © 
Sept. 23, 1943; KK 21885. 

Bell & Howell co., Chic^o. 10358 

Opti-onicsl A new word for the future. For 

camera equipment. © Sept. 10, 1943; KK 21723. 



Bendix aviation corp., Teterboro, N. J. 

10359-10383 
For aircraft instruments: 

Carburetor mixture and air temperature 
autosyn transmitter. Installation instructions. © 
Oct. 7, 1943; KK 21799. 

Demand oxygen regulator, army type A -12. 
Installation instructions. © Oct. 7, 1943; KK 21830, 

Dual carburetor mixture and air temperature 
autosyn indicator. Installation instructions. © 
Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21802. 

Dual fuel pressure autosyn indicator. In- 
stallation instructions. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21709. 

Dual fuel pressure autosyn indicator. In- 
stallation instructions. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21714. 

Dual manifold pressure autosyn indicator. 
Installation instructions. © Oct. 1,1943; KK 21715. 

Dual manifold pressure autosyn indicator, 
army type D-8A. Installation instructions. © Oct. 
7, 1943; KK 21793. 

Dual oil pressure autosyn indicator. In- 
stallation instructions. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21796. 

Dual oil pressure autosyn indicator, army 
type B-9A. Installation instructions. © Oct, 8, 
1943; KK 21800. 

Dual oil temperature autosyn indicator. In- 
stallation instructions. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21795. 

Dual tachometer autosyn indicator. Instal- 
lation instructions, © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21794. 

Dual tachometer autosyn indicator, army type 
E-10. Installation instructions. © Oct. 8, 1943; 
KK 21797. 

Fuel pressure autosyn transmitter, army 
type C-14A. Installation instructions. © Oct. 8 
1943; KK 21798. 

Magnetic compass long period. Installatiol 
instructions. © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21712. 

Manifold pressure autosyn transmitter. In- 
stallation instructions. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 2171f. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Oil pressure autosyn transmitter. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 21711. 

Oil temperature autosyn transmitter. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21713. 

Oxygen regulator, army type A-8A. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21829. 

Oxygen regulator, army type A-9A. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21828. 

Service bulletin. Modification of demand oxy- 
gen regulators to permit operation of maximum 
oxygen supply pressures of 1,8 00 pounds per square 
inch. © Nov. 13, 1943; KK 21947. 

Service bulletin. Modification of switch box 
for electrically-operated remote caging unit of 
gyro flux gate system. © Nov. 2, 1943; KK 21769. 

Service bulletin. Tamperproof seal for 
phasing control adjustment of amplifier, type 12003- 
1. © Nov. 13, 1943; KK 21869. 

Tachometer autosyn transmitter, army type 
E-10. Installation instructions. © Oct. 5, 1943; 
KK 21801. 

Tools & fixtures, used in servicing autosyn 
fuel level transmitters. ©Oct. 21, 1943; KK 21768. 

Tools & fixtures, used in servicing magnetic 
compasses. © Oct. 21, 1943; KK 21767. 

Bendix aviation, ltd.. North Hollywood, Calif. 

10384 
Lightweight position light flasherl For radio 
equipment. © Nov. 10, 1943; KK 22111. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 10385 

Llliputian bazaar, famous since 1879. For 
children's clothes, snowsuit, dress, sweater, coat- 
set and suit. © Nov. 14, 1943; KK 21884. 

Blue bell, inc., Greensboro, N. C. 10386-10392 

For work clothes: 

Every time you hear marching feet. © Aug. 
20, 1943; KK 21750. 

Found, a friend in a fox-hole. © Sept. 2, 
1943; KK 21751. 

He's carrying on, and so is Blue bell. © Sept. 
30, 1943; KK 21753. 

More spots before your eyes. ©July 23, 1943; 
KK 21748. 

Overalls you didn't get. © Ai«. 6, 1943; KK 
21749. 

Sure, it's a seller's market. © Sept. 16, 
1943; KK 21752. 

Uniforms for the factory front, too. © Oct. 
14, 1943; KK 21754. 

Bovinine co., Chicago. 10393 

For blood donors. For iron preparation. © 
Aug. 25, 1943; KK 21809. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc.. Summit, N. J. 

10394-10396 
For pharmaceutical products: 

Medical heroes of the army and navy. Brig. 
General Nicholas Senn. ©Aug. 10, 1943; KK 21735. 
Medical heroes of the army and navy. Dr. 
Thomas Harris, © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21736. 

Medical heroes of the army and navy. Surgeon 
Benjamin King. © Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21746. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 10397 

Fun-day driver. For beer. © Nov. 10, 1943; 
KK 21772. 



Coca -cola co., Wilmington, Del. 
For soft drink: 



10398-10402 



Have a Coca-cola - u bent hier van harte 
welkom. You're heartily welcome here. Aruba. 
© Oct. 28, 1943; KK 21914. 

Have a Coca-cola - what's the good word? 
Returned soldier and kids in workshop. © Nov. 2, 
1943; KK 21841. 

Have a coke - come stay with us! Curacao. 
© Nov. 5, 1943; KK 21948. 

Have a coke - que tal? What's up? Panama. 
© Nov. 18, 1943; KK 22122. 

Have a coke - tell us all about it. Aviator 
and Nazi insignia. © Oct. 26, 1943; KK 21213. 

Coty, inc., New York. 10403, 10404 

For cosmetics: 

L'origan, the golden gift. © Nov. 16, 1943; 
KK 21871. 

Treasure chest. © Nov. 9, 1943; KK 21815. 

Cutler-Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 10405 

Keep 'em clean to keep 'em working. For elec- 
trical control. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 21867. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 10406-10408 

Brackets of distinction. For brackets. © Oct. 

29, 1943; KK 21726. 

Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Worcester. 

Mass. For sanctuary furnishings. © Oct. 27, 1943; 

KK 21727. 

Pedestals of distinction. For pedestals. © Oct. 

29, 1943; KK 21728. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 10409-10413 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Advance data sheet no. 521. © Oct. 29, 1943; 
KK 22125. 

Advance data sheet no. 522. © Nov, 22, 1943; 
KK 22126. 

Bulletin F-70. © Nov. 24, 1943; KK 22128. 

Day-brite crusader and parkway, OD-417. © 
Nov. 23, 1943; KK 22127. 

New efficient modern lighting, OD-418. © 
Nov. 30, 1943; KK 22124. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 10414-10416 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Complete andaccurate control over purchased 
parts and raw materials. © Nov. 18, 1943; KK 
21949. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. Oftentimes it's like pulling a rabbit, etc. © 
Nov. 15, 1943; KK 21847. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. Saving one paper clip, etc. © Nov. 15, 1943; 
KK 21848. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn. 10417-10422 

Ad-ver-mat co-operative calendar advertising 
system. For calendar. © Nov. 13, 1943, KK 21787. 

Avoid breeding places for disease germs. For 
colored plaster, cement, dry putty. © Dec. 3, 1943; 
KK 22112. 

Colored plaster-cement-putty in a tube. For dry 
plaster, cement and putty color also in tube. © 
Dec. 4, 1943; KK 22130. 

House -hold covets - handy all around helper. 
For wax paper sanitary covers and holders. © 
Dec. 3, 1943, KK 22114. 

More than a toothpaste an all in one mouth ne- 
cessity. For tooth paste cream and ache remedy, 
© Nov, 19, 1943; KK 21916, 

Sweetheart coffee, the darling of all coffees. For 
coffee. © Dec. 3, 1943; KK 22113. 



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10457 



Downing (S. Joseph) , d. b. a. Shippers overseas co., 
New York. 10423 

World is hungry for Shippers over seas food 

gift baskets. For food gift basket. © Nov. 5, 1943; 

KK 21917. 

Drackett co,, Cincinnati. 10424 

Not jilted - just wilted. For fluid for cleaning 
windows. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21905. 

Dri-kleen co., Chicago. 10425 

Trim your cleaning bills. For cleaning com- 
pound. © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21706. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncle, Ind. 10426 

Durham, the post war shock absorber. For 
metal furniture. © Nov. 8, 1943; KK 21776. 

Eastern distributing co., Ozone Park, N. Y. 

10427, 10428 
For motor weld compound: 

Fleet owners say, amazing results. © Nov. 
3, 1943; KK 21877. 

Keep 'em rolling with zotite. © Nov. 3, 1943; 
KK 21878. 

Eastern machine screw Corp., New Haven. 10429 

H & G speed calculator. For die heads and 

threading machines. © Sept. 15, ls^43; KK 22118. 

Elite watch case Corp., New York, 10430 

Now Elite's friction closing, etc. For water- 
proof watch cases. © Mar. 1, 1942; KK 21764. 

Endicott Johnson Corp., Endicott,N.Y. 10431, 10432 
For shoes: 

Reliable for 50 years. © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 
21766. 

Use stamp no. 18 now, for school shoes. © 
Sept. 2, 1943; KK 21765. 

Eutectic welding alloys co., New York. 10433 

Here is your rod selector table. For alloys and 
welding rods. © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 21777. 

Firth -Sterling steel co., McKeesport, Pa, 10434 

Firthite color chart. For steel cutting dies, 

sintered carbide tips. © Oct. 30, 1943; KK 21725. 

Fischer & co., inc.. New York. 10435 

Soft spoken charm. For rayon satin slip. © 
Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21842. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods corp.. New York. 10436, 10437 

Shucks, all we did was put grandma's chili sauce 

in a bottle. For chili sauce, catsup, and cocktail 

sauce. © Nov. 5, 1943; KK 21814. 

Snider's sea chanties, the oyster. For cocktail 

sauce. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 21813. 

Geographia map CO., New York. 10438 

Insignia guide. For blotters. © Jan. 2, 1943; 
KK 21757. 

Glam=o-bath co. See Interland (Joseph J.) , d. b. a. 
Glam-o-bath co. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 10439 
If there's no substitute for quality, etc. For 
^ whiskey. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 22123. 



Gold's drug stores, Jersey City. 10440 

University of Arizona medical report, etc. For 
cold remedy. © Nov. 11, 1943, KK 21839. 

Graef (Charles J.) New York. 10441 

Hotelier native dinner wines. For wines. © 
July 20, 1940; KK 22108. 

Grawoig (Barney), d. b. a. Universal parts, inc., 
Chicago. 10442 

Save money, auto glass, any glass for any car. 

For replacement glass for cars. © Nov. 1, 1939; 

KK 21983. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York. 10443-10445 

For cosmetics: 

You're so pretty. Dorothy Gray dry-skin 
treatment. © Oct. 30, 1943; KK 21759. 

You're so pretty. Elation make-up film. © 
Nov. 6, 1943; KK 21887. 

You're so pretty. Headline red. © Oct. 16, 
1943; KK 21886, 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co., New York. 

10446-10448 
For groceries: 

I'm sure I get the most for my money I © 
Nov. 12, 1943; KK 21880. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. © Oct. 28, 
1943; KK 21771. 

It's flavor in your cup that counts. For coffee. 
© Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21770. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 10449, 10450 

For watches: 

Gruen's dramatic Christmas promotion. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21892. 

Which watch would you rather wear? © Oct. 
29, 1943; KK 21891. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N.Y. 

10451 
Patients love to eat milk. For rennet powder. 
© Oct. 9, 1943; KK 22129. 

Hawkinson (Paul E,) co., Minneapolis. 10452 

Hawkinson die chart. For tire treads and rasps. 
© Nov. 8, 1943; KK 21868. 

Heileman (G.) brewing co.. La Crosse, Wis. 10453 
Your neighborhood retailer now offers Big Hom- 
er. For beef. © Nov. 13, 1943; KK 21915. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Hyde Park breweries, assn., inc., St, Louis. 

10454 
It takes teamwork to win games. For alcoholic 
beverage. © Oct. 4, 1943; KK 21907, 

Interland Qoseph J.), d. b. a. Glam-o-bath co.. New 
York. 10455 

Stopsit, the lotion of many uses. For insect re- 
pelling skin lotion. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22101. 

International products corp., Baltimore. 10456 

Pyro plastics. For electrical insulating com- 
positions. © Oct. 11, 1943; KK 21732. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 10457 

I guess I knew he'd come back. For silverware 
for the table, © Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21908. 



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International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 10458 

Best bet for popularity after the war will be, 

etc. For sterling silverplate inlaid. © Nov. 12, 

1943; KK 21928. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

10459-10466 
For men's socks: 

Barrage stripes, WC 125. - Durat"ion ribs, WC 
124. Counter card. © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 21824. 

For Christmas, Interwoven. 75^ the pair, E. 

- $1.65 the pair, F. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21820. 

For Christmas, Interwoven. 3 pairs $1.25, 
C. - $1.00 the pair, D. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21819. 

For Christmas, Interwoven. 3 pairs $1.25, 
G. - $2.00 the pair, H. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21821. 

For Christmas, Interwoven. 2 pairs $1.25, 
A. - $1.00 the pair, B. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21818. 

For Christmas, Interwoven. 2 pairs $1.25, 
I. - $1.50 the pair, J. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 21822. 

Interwoven hi-lo, C-106. Counter card. © 
Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21825. 

Interwoven presents, the dawn of the newfree- 
dom. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21823. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 10467, 10468 

For cereal breakfast food, rice krispies; 

Crisp, so crisp they talk. © Nov. 13, 1942; 
KK 21775. 

Our country needs more work from all, so 
heed rice krispies' breakfast call. © Nov. 15, 1942; 
KK 21774. 

Kolinski (Alexander F.) Milwaukee. 10469 

Flying circus mystery airplanes. For toys, 
mystery airplanes. © Nov. 2, 1943; KK 21810. 

Krembs (OttmarM.),d. b. a. Krembs &co., Chicago. 

10470 
Fluxine chart. For fluxes, electrodes. © Oct. 
18, 1943; KK 21729. 

Krembs & co. See Krembs (Ottmar M.), d. b. a, 

- Krembs & co. ' 

Kulik Qohn C.) New York. 10471 

Waker-upper for everyone. For sleeper's aid, 
electric eye pad. © Nov. 4, 1943; KK 21803. 

Lams & brother co., Richmond. 10472 

Trail of smoke so pleasant. For smoking to- 
bacco. © July 10, 1943; KK 21936. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

10473-10475 
For disinfectant: 

Here's lookin' at youl © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 
21943. 

His name is Chase. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 
21733. 

Me, I never have absentee handsl For hand lo- 
tion. © Oct. 19, 1943, KK 21758. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 

10476-10479 
For alcoholic beverage. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Eddie Dowling. © Oct, 15, 1943; KK 21901. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says Miss 
Rheingold, 1943. © May 9, 1943; KK 21903. 

My beer* is Rheingold, the dry beer, ,says 
Miss Rheingold, 1943. © Oct. 11, 1943; KK 21902. 



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My beer is Rheii^old, the dry beer, says 
Sonia Gover, Miss Rheingold, 1943. © Sept. 30, 
1943; KK 21904. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 

10480-10486 
For cigarettes: 

As time goes by. © Nov. 19, 1943; KK 21930. 

Dependable as the printed word. © Nov. 9, 
1943; KK 21807. 

It's a major operation. © Nov. 11, 1943; KK 
21846. 

Shoppii^'s fun. Girl in cab. © Nov. 5, 1943; 
KK 21747. 

Small pleasures go a long way. © Nov. 12, 
1943; KK 21845. 

So let's wish them the very best. © Nov. 1, 
1943; KK 21844. 

3 firsts with all the boys. © Nov. 18, 1943; 
KK 21929. 

Lindsay (Frederick Francis) Minneapolis. 10487 
Victory truss. For truss for hernia. © Oct. 
27, 1943; KK 21910. 

McClarty (Hamilton) Alameda, Calif. 10488 

Polar bear for polarized air. For refrigeration 
system and units. © Nov. 9, 1943; KK 21909. 

Mack mfg. corp.. New York. 10489 

Can a Mack really take it? Listen. For trucks. 
© Oct. 13, 1943, KK 21705. 

Magnolia petroleum co., Dallas. 10490 

Stop these gasoline robbers. For gasoline, 

grease, radiator flush. © Nov. 16, 1943; KK 21872. 

Match Corp. of America, Chicago. 10491 

Fun in the service. For book matches. © Nov. 
15, 1943; KK 21870. 

Metz (Louis A.), d. b. a. Bandwagon of infants', 
children's & girls' wear, New York. 10492 

Bandwagon of infants', children's & girls' wear. 

For infants' children's & girls' wear. © Jan. 2, 

1943; KK 21856. 

Mo(^ piston ring co., St. Louis. 10493 

Install the modern new style piston rings. For 
piston rings. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 21811. 

Morelli mfg. co., Ludlow, Pa. 10494 

Morell-ez foot aid guide. For foot aids. © Nov. 
1, 1943; KK 21806. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 10495, 10496 
For fuel oil heating appliances: 

Look for the first of the new duo-therm ads 
in, etc. © Oct. 18, 1943; KK 21898. 

Make this your family portrait now. © Oct. 
1, 1943, KK 21897. 

Munk (William Paul) San Francisco. 10497 

Munk gas anchors. For gas anchors. © Oct. 7, 
1943; KK 21708. 

National aeronautics council, inc.. New York. 

10498, 10499 
For book: 

At lastl All the pilot needs to know about 
v/eatherl © Sept. 28, 1943, KK 21924. 

Seven outstanding authorities tell you all 
about it. © Sept. 28, 1943; KK 21923. 



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10540 



National airoil burner co., inc., Philadelphia. 

10500 
New improved nairoil combustion chamber. 
Bulletin 112. For combustion chamber. © Oct. 20, 
1943; KK 21925. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 

10501, 10502 
For toilet tissue: 

Northern tissue's gentleness, etc. © Oct. 8, 
1943; KK 21899. 

Question. When is a carton not a carton? 
© Oct. 5, 1943; KK 21900. 

Ohrbach's, inc.. New York. 10503, 10504 

Now look what you've done, letting them go into 

Ohrbach's. For women's apparel. © Nov. 14, 

1943; KK 21866. 

Of course she's not pretty! It's that Ohrbach 

dress! For women's clothing, © Nov. 7, 1943; 

KK 21745. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 10505, 10506 

For silverware: 

In the nation's service. © Nov. 10, 1943; 
KK 21743, 

In the nation's service. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 
21744. 

Ott 0oe) mfg. CO., Chicago. 10507 

Little lessons in flying. For educational air- 
plane kits. © Oct. 11, 1943; KK 22116. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 10508 

Unvarying performance a wartime must! For 
garage doors, © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21808. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 10509-10514 

For beer: _ 

Full-flavor blended. © Mar. 3, 1943; KK 
21933. 

Pabst Blue Ribbon beer makes the boys feel 
at home. © Jan. 30, 1943; KK 21932. 

Says Smitty, don't pity this club's house 
committee, etc. © July 9, 1943; KK 21937. 

This is the mayor of Blue Ribbon Town. © 
Jan. 29, 1943; KK 21931. 
For desizer: 

Do your fabrics ever rate low in feel appeal. 
© Apr. 12, 1943; KK 21935. 

Racing a mill time-limit? © Mar. 12, 1943; 
KK 21934. 

Parke-Davis & co,, Detroit. 10515-10517 

For pharmaceutical preparation: 

Parke-Davis abdol improved vitamin cap= 
sules. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21874. 

Parke=Davis haliver oil capsules. © Nov. 1. 
1943; KK 21873. 

Parke-Davis vitamins, © Nov, 1, 1943; KK 
21875. 



Pulverizing machinery co,, Summit, N. J. 10518 
Operatii^ instructions for mikro-pulverizer. 
For the mikro-pulverizer for dustless pulverizing. 
© Oct. 30, 1943; KK 21817. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis, 

10519-10521 
For piston rings: 

Join the fight against waste, do the job right! 
© Nov, 1, 1943; KK 21942. 



When you think of something flat, etc. © 
Sept, 1, 1943; KK 21940, 

You're really backing him up when you do 
the job right! © Oct, 1, 1943; KK 21941, 

Remington Rand, inc, Buffalo. 10522 

Schedule for federal withholding tax. For book- 
keeping machines. © July 20, 1943; KK 21778. 

Revlon products corp,. New York. 10523-10528 

For nail enamel and lipstick: 

Bright forecast. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21863. 

Have you noticed, more and more smart, 
busy women swear by Revlon. © July 1, 1943; KK 
21860. 

Revlon now fashions a face powder! © Oct. 
25, 1943; KK 21864. 

Smart women everywhere swear by Revlon. 
© May 15, 1943; KK 21859, 

Smart women everywhere swear by Revlon. 
© Aug. 25, 1943; KK 21861. 

Smart women everywhere swear by Revlon. 
© Sept, 1, 1943; KK 21862, 

Robinson Q. W.) co., Los Angeles, 10529 

Scheherazade. For women's wear, dept. store. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21865, 

Rome cable corp., Rome, N, Y. 10530 

Romey says, sorry fellas, no more rubber in- 
sulation. For electrical wires and cables. © Oct. 
30, 1943; KK 21742. 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 10531 

Our Miss van Dyke is very patriotic. For car- 
bon paper and ribbons. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21906. 

Rubinstein (Helena) inc., New York. 10532 

Be faithful to these, and they'll be faithful to 
you. For cosmetics. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 21812. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich, 

10533-10535 
For piston rings: 

Freedom and food hinge on horsepower. 
© Oct. 6, 1943; KK 21740. 

Power! Wins battles, man-power, etc. © 
Oct. 8, 1943; KK 21741. 

We've got power on our side. © Nov. 5, 
1943; KK 21912. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind, 10536, 10537 

Fashions in rations to continue on air! For 
mats and ration book holder. © Oct, 23, 1943; KK 
21791. 

Newsletter, Servel, inc. To all gas company 
executives, form SPN-389. For promotion ma- 
terial, mats, envelope stuffers, poster charts, 
homemakers pocket guides, and radio transcrip- 
tions. © Oct. 23, 1943; KK 21790. 

Shippers over seas co. See Downing (S. Joseph), 
d. b. a. Shippers over seas co. 

Singer mfg, co., Elizabeth, N. J. 10538-10540 

For sewing machines and services: 

I'm depending on mother's wedding dress, 
and you, © Sept, 25, 1943; KK 21896, 

I'm the one who should have been twins, © 
Oct. 25, 1943; KK 21894, 

Sew alone and love it with the molded-to-you 
Singer form. For Singer form. © Nov. 2, 1943; 
KK 21895. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 10541 

For many years Standard oil company. For 
hearing aid. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 21881. 

SoundScriber corp., New Haven. 10542 

Secretary of war-boss becomes assistant with 
SoundScriber. For SoundScriber. © Nov. 4, 1943; 
KK 21724. 

Standard transformer corp., Chicago. 10543 

Stancor announces 14 new victory model trans- 
formers & chokes. For transformers & chokes. 
© Sept. 15, 1943; KK 21734. 

Structuralspeciaiities, inc., West Palm Beach, Fla. 

10544 
Telephone doodling pad. For structural braces. 
© Nov. 20, 1943; KK 22117. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 10545 

Connells of South Bend are traveling. For air- 
plane engines. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 217 /3. 

Styson products co., New York. 10546 

Stinky and Phooey. For china, baby skunks made 
of china. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 21792. 

Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 10547 
Taylor electrolier. For automatic recorder and 
controller. © Oct. 20, 1943; KK 21707. 

Tivoli brewir^ co., Detroit. 10548-10551 

For beer: 

Easy to take. © Nov. 4, 1943; KK 21919. 

Make it last a whole hour. © Nov. 8, 1943; 
KK 21920. 

My idea of bliss. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21918. 

Soft music, etc. © Nov. 11, 1943; KK 21921. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 10552 

No-air-in. For coating for boiler settings. © 
Nov. 8, 1943; KK 21816. 



United States catheter & instrument corp.. Glen 
Falls, N. Y. 10553 

Special catheter for continuous caudal anesthe- 
sia. For special catheter for continuous caudal 
anesthesia. © Nov, 15, 1943; KK 21879. 

Universal parts, inc. See Grawoig (Barney), d. b. 
a. Universal parts, inc. 

Victaulic co. of America, New York. 10554 

In just three hours two men have hooked up 
1000 feet, etc. For pipe couplings and fittings. © 
Nov. 12, 1943; KK 21893. 

Vinco Corp., Detroit. 10555 

Said Ford engineers to Vinco. For precision 
instruments. © Nov. 19, 1943; KK 21882. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 10556, 10557 

For neckties: 

Thanks dear. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21804, 
They'll say, hooray for Wembleysl © Nov. 

5, 1943; KK 21805. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div.. New Haven. 10558 

Winchester radiator tubes helped. Spitfires and 

Hurricanes, etc. For radiator tubes. © Oct. 30, 

1943; KK 21840, 

Williams Q. H.) & co., Buffalo. 10559 

How and why Williams' tools aid war produc- 
tion. Data sheet D. For drop-forgings and drop- 
forged tools. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21946, 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO, See Western cartridge CO. Winchester 
repeating arms co. div. 



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Bear brand hosiery co., Chicago. 10560 

Bear brand hosiery wears. For hosiery. © Oct. 
15, 1943; KK 21731. 

Bridgford co., San Diego, Calif. 10561 

Bridgford's chili con carne. For chili con car- 
ne. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21911, 

Comet metal products co. , inc. See Slonim 
Qoseph), d. b. a. Comet metal products co., inc. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn. 10562, 10563 

3 in 1 paint like tile, etc. For enamel gloss 

varnish paint, © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 21762. 

Tooth ache paste, brush and massage. Cavity 

salve. For tooth ache paste and tooth ache salve, 

cavity salve. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 21761. 

Doll furniture corp., Brooklyn. 10564 

Every mother's daughter plays mother. Orna- 
mentation, For miniature furniture for dolls. © 
Oct 30, 1943; KK 22106. 

Dritz-Traum co,, inc.. New York, 10565, 10566 

For press cloth: 

Glide-tex, the professional press cloth, no. 

1. © Oct. 19, 1943; KK 21784. 

Glide-tex, the professional press cloth, no. 

2. © Oct. 19, 1943; KK 21783. 

Duggan's, ltd,, Brooklyn. 10567 

Ron sabina. For rum. © Feb. 2, 1942; KK 
21857. 

Eatsum food products co., Brooklyn. 10568-10572 

Breth-Less. For candy. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 
21849. 

California kernels. For confection, raisins. © 
Ai^. 5, 1943; KK 21831. 

Sugar nuts. For confection, sugar coated nuts. 
© Aug. 5, 1943; KK 21834, 

Sugar toasted peanuts. For confection, peanuts. 
© Sept. 8, 1943; KK 21832. 

Toffee-chews. For confection. © Aug. 18, 
1943; KK 21833. 

Esquire trimmings, inc., New York. 10573 

Insignia hanky. For rayon handkerchiefs, © 
Nov. 1, 1943; KK 21730. 

Glam-o-bath co. See Interland (Joseph J.), d. b. a. 
Glam-o-bath co. 

Griffith ( Mrs. Homer), d. b, a. Irene Wigton co., 
Hollywood, Calif, 10574-10577 

For perfume: 

Flight. © Nov. 29, 1943; KK 22109, 
My hour. © Nov, 8, 1943; KK 21827, 
Persuasion. © Nov, 8, 1943; KK 21826. 
Irene Wigton's. Hand cream. For cosmetics. 
© Nov. 29, 1943; KK 22110. 

Harrison co., inc.. Union City, Ind. 10578 

Boy scout quiz whiz. For boy scout game. © 
Sept. 10, 1943; KK 22119. 



Heirloom needlework guild, inc.. New York. 

10579-10584 
Cuddlee cut-up merry-go-round. For die cut 
interlockii^ cardboard merry-go-round. © Sept. 
30, 1943, KK 21785. 

Cuddlee cut-up merry-go-round. For die cut 
interlocking cardboard merry-go-round and ma- 
terial for stuffed cloth animals. © Sept. 30, 1943; 
KK 21786. 

For knitting wool: 

Hiawatha British super -quality baby wool. 
Ball. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21780. 

Hiawatha British super -quality baby wool. 
Box. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 21779. 
For material for stuffed doll: 

Sunny Jack Cuddlee cut-up doll outfit. © 
Oct. 12, 1943; KK 21782. 

Sunny Jill Cuddlee cut-up doll outfit. © Oct. 
12, 1943; KK 21781. 

Interland Qoseph J.), d. b. a. Glam-o-bath co., New 
York. 10585-10588 

Glam-o-bath. For bath lotion. © Nov. 15, 1943; 

KK 22103. 

Milk-o-pack. For facial and scalp therapy skin 

tonic. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22102. 

Pet-o-myn. For flea repellent. © Nov. 15, 

1943; KK 22104. 

Stopsit. For repellent and healing skin-lotion. 

© Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22105. 

Irving shoe co., Chicago. 10589 

American health cross. For shoes. © Sept. 
29, 1943; KK 21760. 

Laucks (I. F.) inc., Seattle. 10590 

Lauxsoy, soy meats. For soy bean edible prod- 
uct. © Nov. 9, 1943; KK 21763. 

Michigan wineries, inc., Paw Paw, Mich. 10591 

Ambassador club. For sweet red wine. © Sept. 
1, 1943; KK 22115. 

Moore (John Hudson) inc., New York. 10592-10596 
For men's toiletries: 

Sportsman. Baldpate. © July 15, 1942; KK 
21854. 

Sportsman. Fish. © July 15, 1942; KK 21852. 

Sportsman. Horse. © May 15, 1942; KK 
21851. 

Sportsman. Pheasant. © Mar. 15, 1942; 
KK 21850. 

Sportsman. Quail. © July 15, 1942; KK 21853. 

Neptune health products. New York. 10597 

C-vose. For medical product, laxative. ©Sept. 
22, 1942; KK 21855. 

Prosser (C. E.), d. b. a. Wonder press cloth co., 
Manitou Sprii^s, Col. 10598, 10599 

For press cloth: 

Marvel press cloth. © Jan. 15, 1943; KK 
21756. 

Wonder press cloth. © Aug. 18, 1943; KK 
21755. 



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Saffer (Harry) Miami, Fla. 10600 

Frankmaster brand. For preserved meats, veg- 
etables & jellies. © Jan. 4, 1941; KK 21883. 

Slonim (Joseph), d. b. i. Comet metal products 
CO., inc., Brooklyn. 10601 

Authentic scale models of tanks of the world. 

For scale models of tanks. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 

21922. 

Soy food mills, inc., Chicago. 10602 

Golden wheat-soy mix. For griddle cake and 
waffle mix. © July 8, 1943; KK 21789. 

Street (R. R.) & co., inc., Chicago. 10603 

Streetex, the all-purpose liquid dry cleaner. 

For liquid dry cleaner. © Oct. 22, 1943, KK 21737. 

Tennessee tissue mills, Nashville. 10604 

Jacktowls. For paper towels. © Nov. 16, 1943; 
KK 21876. 

Trappey's (B. F.) sons, inc., New Iberia, La. 

10605-10607 



For peppers: 

Dulcito peppers. © May 22, 1943; KK 21836. 
Tempero peppers. © May 22, 1943; KK 
21835. 

Torrido peppers. © May 22, 1943; KK 21837. 

Van Camp sea food co., inc.. Terminal Island, 

Calif. 10608 

White star. For canned fish. © July 30, 1943; 

KK 21788. 

Walker Qames J.) Wilmington, Del. 10609 

Sal soy. For soft drink. © Oct. 14, 1943; KK 
21858. 

Weinbreimer (Albert H.) co., Milwaukee. 10610 

Bondshire. For shoes. © Nov. 16, 1943; KK 
21944. 

Wigton (Irene) co. See Griffith (Mrs . Homer), d. 
b. a. Wigton (Irene) co. 

Wonder press cloth co. See Prosser (C. E.), d. b. 
a. Wonder press cloth co. 






Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943 746 



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10611-11814 



THE LIBKARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OP 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OP THE ACfS OP CONGRESS OP MARCH 3, 1891 
OP JUNE 30, 1906, AND OP MAKCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR 
TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1943 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 38 

No. 12 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows. 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or other identifying reproductions, 
deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
These will be found at the end of each issue. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G/' Class G, Works of art; **H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; *'j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, Including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyr^ht registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00, payable In 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or 
New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets* Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

LectureSj and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



(II) 



NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act, 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Cor^ress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1943. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithc^raphs, photo-ei^ravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



\ 



(m) 



CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copyright proprietor are 
the same. 



Acme granite co. 10611-10622 

Haslam (Dan) Memorial: 

Dreyfus, 812. - Frampton, 815. - Freiman, 
816. - Gorham, 813, - Harling, 808, 818. - Harney, 
810. - Huelett, 809. - Pellham, 807, 817. - Refflin, 
814. - Riedahl,811. © Dec. 1,1943; G 42564-42575. 

American -London shrinkers corp. 10623, 10624 
TrUling (Theodore R.): 

Confidentially we shrink, 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 20, 1943; G 42527, 42528. 

Anderson-Friberg co., inc. 10625, 10626 

Anderson (George): 

They held the torch of freedom high. © Dec. 
22, 1943; G 42550. 

To commemorate the valor of courage and 
sacrifice, war memorial. © Dec. 11, 1943; G 
42534. 

Associated lace corp. 10627-10631 

H^ner (Fred): 

3740. - 3762. - 3763. - 3781. - 3782. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 20, 1943; G 42526, 42529-42532. 

Bonelli (Daniel Leonard)* 10632 

Attrative Gingie. © Dec. 17, 1943; G 42552. 

Bordelon (Harold James)* 10633 

Pablo and Paprika. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; G 
42501. 

Bovghner (Howard R.)* 10634 

Genie, a cartoon comic character. © 1 c. Dec. 
16, 1943; G 42517. 

Citizens committee for the army & navy, inc. 

10635 
Meiere (Hildreth): 

For this day is born to you a Savior who is 
Christ the Lord, St. Luke, ch. 2, v. 11. © Dec. 1, 
1943; G 42520. 



Cohen (Milton)* 10636 

Cisco Kid. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1943; G 42503. 

Container corp. of America. 10637-10650 

Suba (Susanne): 

Childred scared of the striped wild animal. - 
Edgar gets a striped coat. - Edgar gets green with 
envy. - Edgar meets Zachary Zebra. - Edgar sees 
himself in the water. - Edgar tells his mother of 
his experiences. - Ec^ar, the children's delight. 

- Edgar's enthusiasm about the striped coat. - Ed- 
gar's first bath. - Elegant elephant. - Esther and 
Edgar at home. - Esther and Edgar in the circus. - 
Family conference, how can an elephant be elegant? 

- Geoffrey Giraffe has a sore throat. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 25, 1943; G 42535-42548. 



Crider (Catherine)* 10651 

Rapt Madonna. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; G 42551. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 10652-10675 

Autumn day. - Canyon del Muerto. - Canyon 
riders. - Chisholm trail. - Going to town. - In the 
Navajo country. - Indian ponies. - Load of logs. - 
Moonlight stampede. - Nana T'saigi. - Navajo en- 
campment. - Navajo sheep. - Painting his shield. - 
Pueblo ceremonial dance. - Rancher. - Riders of 
the desert. - Sheep on the road. - Sioux warriors. 

- Sundown, Arizona. - Sundown in Monument Valley. 

- Trail dust, - Utah. - White ponies, Navajo. - 
Wood road. © 1 c. each Dec. 6, 1943; G 42472- 
42495. 

Farrah (Nicholas)* 10676 

In the olden days, camels carried wisemen. © 1 
c. Dec. 6, 1943; G 42498. 

Heath (Eric)* 10677 

Eye of love. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1943; G 42556. 

Hoffmaster (Maud Miller)* 10678 

SUent night. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1943, G 42497. 

Jackson (Claude Anna)* 10679 

It is finished. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1943; G 42559. 

Johnson (Amelia A.)* 10680-10683 

Bouquet. - HoU^ocks. - Narcisii. - Oriental 
poppies. © 1 c. each Dec. 14, 1943; G 42509- 
42512. 

Kaul (Leo) 10684 

Fletcher (Jacques): 

Dutch watercarrlers. © Dec. 3, 1943; G 
42506. 

Kirgan (Mary Evelyn Tucker)* 10685 

Queen of peace. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1943; G 42505. 

Lantz (Walter) productions. 10686 

Lantz (Walter): 

Buck Beaver. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1943; G 42560. 

Leigh (William R.)* 10687 

Visions of yesterday. © 1 c, Dec. 9, 1943; G 
42518. 

Little (Frank Patrick) & Shudde (Lester) 

10688, 10689 
Little (Frank Patrick): 

Pipsi Rose Dee. - Yankee F rankle. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 1, 1943; G 42507, 42508. 

MacLean (William) 10690, 10691 

MacLean(BiIl [i. e. William]) Double trouble: 
Going, going gonet - Lights out. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 28, 1943; G 42561, 42562. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



MacLeary (Bonnie)* 10692-10695 

Singing angel: 

Alto, 2. - Baritone, 3. - Basso, 1. - Tenor, 4. 
© Nov. 15, 1943; G 42467-42470. 

Major (Harlan) 10696 

Van Cott (Herman): 

If. If I only had fishing tackle! © 1 c. Dec, 
15, 1943; G 42516. 

Methodist church. Santa Clara County church ex- 
tension society. 10697 
Holden (Harry): 

Banner, door frame in gold, door in blue with 

red cross in center of door, door partly open in a 

field of white, door knob and hinges in black. © 1 c. 

Dec. 6, 1943; G 42524. 



Mills (Cecile L.)* 

Mabel. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1943; G 42496. 



10698 



Multi plastics co. 10699-10701 

Barnes (Wilfred): 

Miss Victory. - W.A.A.C. - W.A.V.E. ©Dec. 
22, 1942; G 42513-42515. 

Pennsylvania railroad. 10702 

Cornwell (Dean): 

Forward, © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1943; G 42502. 

Pepin (Louis Philippe)* 10703 

Christ on the cross. © 1 c, Dec, 17, 1943; G 
42519, 

Pontarelli (Mary Carmen, sister )* 10704 

De la Colombiere (Claude) S, J. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 
1943; G 42471. 

Poyer 0ane)* 10705 

Victory baby. © Nov. 28, 1943; G 42557. 

Randall co, 10706 

Randall (Wilbur W.): 

Something good is brewing. © 1 c, Oct. 15, 
1942; G 42533, 

Rankin (Charles Thomas)* 10707 

Passing of the back house. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; 
G 42577. 



Rubin (Samuel A.) 10708 

Brisman (Morris): 

Jewish American board for peace & justice, 
inc. © 1 c. Nov, 23, 1943, G 42523, 

St. John (Naomi)* 10709 

Three ducks. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1943; G 42504. 

Smith (Austin)* 10710 

Eagle of America meets the war on all fronts, 
© 1 c. Dec, 20, 1943; G 42558. 

Thomas (Richard S,)* 10711, 10712 

Divine appeal. - Man of sorrows. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 14, 19^3; G 42521, 42522. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 10713-10715 

Christ walking on the water: 

Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit ye like 
men, be strong, 186. - We are more than conquer- 
ors through Him that loved us, 204. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 4, 1943; G 42499, 42500. 

We are co-workers together with God. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1943; G 42466. 

Vermont marble co, 10716 

Whitehouse (Louis A.): 

Lamson cemetery memorial design, DIO- 
01243. © Dec. 14, 1943; G 42525. 

Waterbury monumental works co, 10717 

Piola (Cesare D,): 

Cerullo (Saverio) memorial. © 1 c. Dec. 
16, 1943; G 42563, 

Westminster press. 10718 

Lee (Manning de V.) : 

Whom shall I send? © 1 c, Oct. 19, 1943; G 
42549. 

Wing (Leonora B.) 10719-10721 

Folger (Lucia) [pseud, of L. B. Wing]: 

Ploughed in the sea, 1-3. © 1 c. each Nov. 
16, 1943; G 42553-42555. 

Zinke Qoseph D.) 10722 

Gaal (Steven): 

Peace on earth. © Dec. 23, 1943; G 
42576. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943- 



1,291 



246 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART, DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Ainge (P. T.) corp. 10723 

Plans for remodeling First national bank, Eugene 
[Or.] © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1944; I 33722. 

Albree (G. Norman) 10724, 10725 

Albree needle projectile. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1943; 

I 33544. 

Albree tunnel projectile. © 1 c. Dec, 22, 1943; 

I 33641. 

Allis-Chalmers mfg. co. . 10726-10728 

Arc of contact correction chart. - Belt length 
selection chart. - Econograph is used to select 
driving sheave diameters and belt sizes. © Sept. 
13, 1943; I 33455-33457. 

American automobile assn. 10729, 10730 

Show white at night, 146. © Jan. 5, 1943; K 

53304. 

Visual acuity test 1943. © Nov. 30, 1943; 

I 33696. 

American national Red cross. 10731-10756 

Acey-deucy board, backgammon, ARC 1405-51. 
- Bed occupation table, ARC 1405-20. - Checker 
board, ARC 1405-52. - Diet card holder, ARC 1405 
-21. - Five in & five put, ARC 1405-66. - 101 
or bust, ARC 1405-67. - Invalid's solitaire card 
table, ARC 1405-23. - Puzzle peg & tick-tack-toe, 
ARC 140^=68. - Ringtoss, ARC 1405-59. - Shuffle- 
board, ARC 1405-64. - © Nov. 30, 1943; I 33705- 
33708, 33710, 33712, 33713, 33715-33717. 

Bedside table, ARC 1405-19. - Chinese checkers, 
ARC 1405-54, - Folding chair-heavy, ARC 1405- 
15A. - Halma board, ARC 1405-63. - Lamp stand, 
ARC 1405-11. - Smoking table, ARC 1405-9. - 
Strayt-n-arrow, ARC 1405-65. © Nov. 29, 1943; 
I 33709, 33711, 33714, 33718-33721. 

Chessmen and board, ARC 1405-50. © Nov. 29, 
1943, I 33542. 

Cribbage board, wood, ARC 1405-55. - Dart 
baseball, ARC 1405 -56A, - Darts and target, ARC 
1405=56. - Five in a row, ARC 1405=62. - Fox and 
geese, ARC 1405-61. - Ping-pong table, ARC 1405- 
13. - Shoe shine stand, ARC 1405-24. - Three in a 
row, tic-tac-toe, ARC 1405-60. © Nov. 29, 1943; I 
33485-33492. 

American society for testing materials. 10757 

A.S.T.M. tentative method of end-quench test for 
hardenability of steel, A 255 - 42 T. © Sept. 20, 
1943; I 33500. 

Amerivet memorial institute. 10758 

Amerivet memorial institute. © Nov. 15, 1943; 
K 54215. 

Anderson (Stanley R.) 10759 

Cement gun, © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33674. 

Arenz (John A.) 10760 

[Arenz extruded locking nut] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1943; I 33650. 



Atlas bolt & screw co. 10761-10867 

Assembly of collector shoe, 10635. - B.Z. half 
bushings, 8888, 8889, - Bronze bushii^, 3644, 3645, 
5391, 5392, 6272, 6273, - C.I, drawhead, 1142, - 
C,L gear case cover, 7579, 7580-D, - C.I. half 
collar, 7178. - C.I. lowet gear case, 9139-B, C. - 
C.I. side bearing, 9741 - C.I. lower gear case, 
9139-B, C. - C.I, side bearing, 9741 - C.I. stop, 
9748. = C.L third rail shoe, 2165. - C.S. bearing 
cap, 3277-B, - C.S. bearings, 5140-B. - C.S. cap, 
6275. - C.S. gears, 8909, 8910. - Cast iron bearing 
cap, 5342. - Collar cast iron, 2906, - Compressor 
cover, 12066. = Coupler link. Coupler pin, 9897. - 
Door shaft guards, F.S. limits switch levers, 11255, 

- F.S. motor suspension bolts, 11525. - Forged 
steel pinion, 5524. - Forged steel trailer axle [and] 
forged steel drive axle, 16830. - M.I. brake head, 
12139. - M.I. clevis, 5072. - M.I, gear case cover, 
9746. - M,I. trolley base, M-759. - M,I. trolley 
base socket, M-761, - M,S. forged piston rod, 
17187, = M,S. packing ring seperator [and] M.S. 
follower plate, 16896, - Motor cover, 17193. - 
Mounting wheel, 9913. - Receiving spool bracket, 
9917, S.C. bearii^, 9742, 9743R/L. - S.C. bearing 
caps, 8886-A. - S.C, bearings, 8885, - S.C. body 
center plate, 9740. - S.C, brake rod clevis, 4284, - 
S,C. cylinder bracket, 9750. - S.C. gear and F.S. 
pinion, 7967. 11499. - S.C. glands, 8887, - S.C, 
levers, 3890. = S.C. truck bolster, 17206. - Section 
thru high speed shaft, 17205. - St'd Atlas trolley, 
2632, - Third rail shoe sprii^. Third rail shoe 
pin, 2615. - Trolley pole socket, 6004. © 1 c, each 
Dec. 16, 1943; I 33554-33596, 33601-33610, 33612- 
33614. 

Brake beam, 10566, - CI, oil ring, 9059-A. © 
1 c. each Dec. 11, 1943; I 33502, 33503. 

- C.I. brake bearing housing complete, 10609. - 
C.I. hand wheel, 7000. - C.I. roller bearing housing, 
8447A-B. - Compression rods-MK-S, 17339. - 
Drive axle as shown and noted, MK-Sl. Trailer 
axle as shown and noted, MK-S2, 17388. - Journal 
box lids req'd, 10516. - S.C. brake head, 10660. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1943; I 33464-33470. 

15 ton double hopper scale car, 2-588-A - H, 2- 
588-M, 2-588-P, 2-588=S. © 1 c. each Nov. 17, 
1943; I 33515=33518, 33520, 33521, 33523, 33525, 
33527, 33528, 33530, 

15 ton double hopper scale car, 2-588-J, 2-588- 
K, 2-588-N, 2-588-R, © 1 c, each Nov. 17, 1943; 
I 33519, 33524, 33526, 33529. 

9 1=2 ton cable reel trolley locomotive, 51-136, 
52-136D. © 1 c. each Dec. 4, 1943; I 33471, 33472. 

One bearing req'd, 10519, © 1 c. Dec, 4, 1943; 
I 33648. 

25 ton bott. dumpelec. scale car, 1-594, 2-594-A, 
2-594-AA, 2-594-B, 2-594-BB, 2-594-E, 2-594-F, 
2-594=J - M, 2-594-P, 2-594-R - U, 2-594-Y, 2- 
594-Z. © 1 c. each Dec. 16, 1943; I 33616, 33618- 
33621, 33624-33626, 33628, 33629, 33631-33636, 
33638, 33639. 

25 ton bott. dump elec, scale car, hopper gates, 
2-594-X, © 1 c, Dec. 16, 1943; I 33637. 



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pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



25 ton elec. bott. dump scale car, 2-594-G, 2- 
594-H, 2-594-N. © 1 c. each Dec. 16, 1943; I 
33622, 33623, 33627. 

20 ton bott. dump elec. scale car, 2-594-Q. © 1 
c. Dec. 16, 1943; I 33630. 

20 ton elec. bott. dump scale car, 2-423-F. © 1 
c. Dec. 16, 1943; I 33617. 

Audubon graphic society. 10868, 10869 

Hollyhocks. 302. - Perennial phlox with per- 
ennial scabiosa. 301. © Dec. 10, 1943; K 54196, 
54197. 

Backe Oohn C.) 10870 

Positive Thred Lok nut bolt construction. © 1 c. 
Dec. 17, 1943; I 33701. 

Baker (Helen M.) 10871 

Stories of immortal hymns. © 1 c.Nov. 5, 1943; 
K 54299. 

Ballweg (Harry A.) 10872-10903 

Adam Eve, 10. - Bee pee, 11. - Bottles, 20. - 
Canary and cage, 9. - Cane rack, 19. - Chasii^ Skip, 
3. - Feeding the birds, 22. - Flowers and butterfly, 
21. - Kitty's dinner, 15. - Parachutist, 6. - Per- 
forming clowns, 8. - Performing dog, 13. - Per- 
forming horse, 17. - Playing with Buster, 5. - 
Scales, 12. - Scoldii^ Prince, 2. - Shelless turtle, 
14. - Tailless donkey, 7. - Targets, 16. - Teaching 
Bosco, 4. - Training Rover, 1. - Walking the fence, 
18. © Nov. 24, 1943; K 54262-54283. 

Cathedral, 28. - Fisherman, 29. - Four-in-hand, 
31. - Horse cab, 30. - Lone fisherman, 32. - Mule 
team, 23. - Negress and hut, 25. - Porch scene, 
27. - Slanting hotel, 24. - Taking a bearing, 26. © 
Sept. 8, 1943; J 36115-36124. 

Bate (Alfred Guy) 10904 

Arc calibration chart, 513-572. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 
1943; I 33459. 

Bates (Shellis H.) 10905 

Have-a-heart ash tray. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 
33663. 

Belmont iron works. 10906 

Portable steel trestles for shipyards and other 
industries, 44-1541. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1944; I 33723. 

Bester (Leonard R.) 10907, 10908 

Direct flow expansion muffler wet and dry type, 
BM-3-10 [and] direct flow expansion airplane muf- 
fler, SK. DM-3-3, SK. DM-4. - 6" x 7 1-2" op- 
posed inter piston two cycle Diesel engine, sections, 
DE-301-A, elevation, DE-300-A. © 1 c. each Dec. 
3, 1943; I 33552, 33553. 

Bethlehem steel co. 10909 

Keep it clean, fire breeds in dirty lockers. © 
Nov. 20, 1943; K 54220. 

Bray studios, inc. 10910-10914 

Blanking sheet metal with hand snips, 2. - Filing 

template metal, 5. - Finish forming by hand, 4. - 

Sawing template metal, 4. © Oct. 16, 1943; J 36105- 

36108. 

Tube bending by hand. © Dec. 10, 1943; J 36185. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory -builders 
div. 10915-10918 

All together mates! - Jim, says, thanks, gang, 

for the swell Job youre doln'. © Nov. 15, 1943; K 

54178, 54179. 



Car sharing is a must! 
1943; K 54180, 54181. 



Knifed! © Dec. 1, 



Bristow (Frederick S.) 10919 

Calculator for days of the year based on three 
hundred and sixty-five days. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1943; 
I 33476. , 

Brooks (Mabel Randolph) 10920-10922 

Concentration of antitoxic plasmas, 1, 2. - 
Demonstration In miniature of the concentration of 
diphtheria antitoxin. © 1 c. each Nov. 17, 1943; I 
33460-33462. 

Brown instrument co. 10923-10927 

Brown chart, 5168. © Oct. 30, 1942; I 33495. 

5169. © Oct. 30, 1942; I 33498. 

Brown instrument [chart] 121}^3, 12720. © Oct. 
15, 1943; I 33646, 33647. 

14087. © Oct. 1, 1943; I 33645. 

Burdett (James H.) 10928 

Victory gardens, keep 'em growing. © Nov. 1, 
1943; K 54260. 

Byrd (Conrad Dobson) 10929 

Deflatable pneumatic steps for seaplanes. © 1 
c. Dec. 8, 1943; I 33475. 

Campbell (Talmage D.) 10930 

Detachable handle, brush wiping bar, and ladder 

hook for paint cans. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33678. 

Cashmore (Alonzo West) 10931 

Loop bottle cap lifter. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1943; 
I 33427. 

Chesapeake & Ohio railway co. 10932 

Peake's favorite pin-up girl. © Dec. 9, 1943; K 
54195. 

Clark (Arthur F.) 10933 

Alrotour drome. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1943; I 33493. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., Inc. 

10934-10936 

Grumman Wildcat, F4F-4. © Nov. 29, 1943; I 
33536. 

North American Mustang, P-51. © Dec. 6, 1943; 
I 33534. 

Republic Thunderbolt, P-47. © Nov. 6, 1943; 
I 33535. 

Contractors supply & lumber co. 10937 

Po<5t & girder construction system, W.D.U. 10, 
dra.'r!';^ 2/03. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1944; I 33724. 

Corson (William G.) 10938 

Pneumatic tire casing. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; 
I 33661. 

Crum (E. Jefferson) 10939-10945 

Graphical solution of wire mill mathematical 
problems, 4, 5, 7. - Round steel wire, 1. - Wire 
drafting, 6. - Wire production, 3. - Wire speed ft. 
-mln. vs R.P.M. for various block diameters, 2. 
© Oct. 18, 1943; I 33478-33484. 

Davis Qohn W.) 10946 

Edison's first phonograph. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1943; 
J 36098. 



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CLASSES H-K 



no. 12, 1943 



11009 



Deschler (Maurice B.) 10947 

Design of self-contained combination window 
screen & blind including hull plate with stiffeners. 
© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1943; I 33702. 

Di Donato (Joseph) 10948 

Scald -proof shower attachment. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1943; I 33664. 

Easley (John M.) 10949 

Foot rasping and glass scraping devices. © 1 
c. Dec, 23, 1943; I 33668. 

Edwards (Percy A.) 10950 

Centre and off-centre gauge. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1943; I 33666. 

Ellis research laboratories, inc. 10951 

Micro-dynameter index chart. © June 28, 1943; 
I 33499. 

Fell (Olive) 10952-10954 

Remembering you inSequoia Park. - Remember- 
ing you in Yosemite Park, California. - Wishing 
you were here in Yosemite Park. © Aug. 1, 1943; 
K 54202-54204. 

Forster, Wernert & Taylor. 10955 

Proposed location for Bay View bridge, crossing 
the Maumee River at Toledo, Ohio. © Dec. 10, 
1943; I 33644. 

Fox (Harold D.) 10956 

Fuel economizer. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33675. 

Fratelli Branca & co., inc. 10957 

I am the teacher. © Dec. 13, 1943; K 54303. 

Gambaro (Emile James) 10958 

1743, Thomas Jefferson bicentennial, 1943, 

architect of democracy. © Dec. 10, 1943; K 54214. 

General cable Corp. 10959 

Three of a kind, © Nov. 19, 1943; K 54170. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 

10960-10964 

Don't cease firing. © Sept. 22, 1943; K 54173. 

Fighting craftsmanship. © Oct. 29, 1943; K 
54175. 

Keep Saturday and Monday on your victory 
calendar. © Dec. 7, 1943; K 54239. 

Keep up the good work. © Oct. 14, 1943; K 54174. 

You need to work, you must not shirk, etc. © 
Dec. 8, 1943; K 54240. 

Gonzales (John L.) 10965-10967 

Perspective graph, parallel. - Perspective 

graph 15° x 45°, small, large. © Oct. 1, 1943;! 
33548-33550. 

Gould (Louis N.) 10968 

Novelty victory garden jewelry. © 1 c, Dec. 23, 
1943; I 33655. 

Grand view lodge. 10969 

In Paul Bunyan's days of yore. © Jan. 5, 1940; 
K 54200, 

Gray (Eugene Frank) 10970 

Chestnut Congregational church. ©Dec. 1, 1943; 
J 36099, 



Gussow (Leonard H.) 10971 

Voltage drop chart. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1943; 
I 33543. 

Hackney (Myron Winston) 10972 

Jewelled hairbrush, 56. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1943; 
I 33474. 

Hale (Hugh E.) 10973, 10974 

Hale's chart of: 

Passenger miles in United States by various 
means of transportation. - Ton miles in United 
States by various means of transportation. © Dec. 
9, 1943; I 33496, 33497. 

Handcraft. 10975 

United States navy. © Oct. 27, 1943; K 54245. 

Harding & co. 10976 

Special French folder. © Nov. 8, 1943; K 54211. 

Hearbart (Percy) 10977 

Trap clamp. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33657. 



Heiliger (E. R.) 

Zero packing company. 
54301. 



10978 
© Oct. 9, 1943; K 



Herschaft (Martin C.) 10979 

I am one of the marchers in the 4 columns of 
Americanism. © June 22, 1940; K 54255. 

Hill (Harry Capelle) 10980 

Hasten another day. Unconditional surrender. 
© Oct. 12, 1943; K 54171. 

Hooks (Ira J.) 10981 

Pile Nomograph. © Dec. 6, 1943; I 33643. 

Hoskins (Gayle Porter) 10982 

Convoy watchdog. © Dec. 10, 1943; J 36191. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 10983-10986 

Bad news from the front! - It's no fun to get 
knocked out! - Lot of small leaks can sink a ship! 
- Use both hands for victory. © Dec. 16, 1943; 
K 54249-54252. 

Hutchison Qulian D.) 10987 

Auto-safty lug nut set. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1943; 
I 33537. 



Industrial indemnity. Engineering dept. 10988 

Notice: minors employed in this area, 57. © 
Sept. 8, 1943; K 54243. 

Jackson (Estelle A.) 10989 

Game. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33670. 



Jacobs (Solon) 10990 

Hospital sark. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33652. 



Jam Handy organization, inc. 10991-11009 

Aircraft work, assembling and riveting: 

Di.:apling and countersinkii^, 4. - Drilling 
with portable drill motors, 3. - Driving and buck- 
ii^ rivets, 5. © Dec. 17, 1943; J 36188-36190. 



574305 O - 44 - 2 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



11010 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Aircraft work blanking sheet metal, 1. Blanking 
sheet metal on the squaring sheer, © Nov. 12, 
1943; J 36095. 

Centrifugal force, 10, - Energy, 12. - Force, 
3. - Force and velocity as vectors, 4, - Friction, 
14, - Gravitation, 8, - Matter, 1, - Newton's laws 
of motion, 7, - Power. 13. - Rotary motion, 9. - 
Simple machines, 15. - Uniform motion, 5. - Un- 
iformly accelerated motion, 6. - Units of measure- 
ment, 2. - Work, 11, © Nov, 15, 1943; J 36192- 
36206. 

Johnson (Edward E.) 11010 

Johnson chart of psychological reactions, © 1 c. 
Nov. 20, 1943; I 33501. 



Johnston (C. P.) co. 
Souvenir stationery: 
Alaska animal, 
husky. - Alaska scenic. 
54259, 

Jones (Oliver A.) 

Screen mending awl. 
I 33654, 



11011-11014 

Alaska Eskimo, - Alaska 
© July 6, 1943; K 54256- 



© 1 c, Dec. 23, 



11015 
1943; 



Kellogg CO. 11016 

In spite of points and shortages, etc. © Nov, 10, 
1943; K 54182, 

Kelly-Read & co., inc. 11017-11034 

America leads in inventions, 207. © Sept. 3, 
1943; K 54228, 

American democracy, private enterprise, 206. 
© Aug. 31, 1943; K 54227. 

American system is representative government, 
freedom of opinion, religious liberty, freedom of 
speech and press, and commercial freedom, 218. 
© Dec, 4, 1943; K 54236. 

Could you look this wounded American straight 
in the eye and honestly say, I'm doing all I can for 
victory, 217. © Nov. 5, 1943; K 54235. 

Don't hold him upl Keep on the job, 200. © 
July 8, 1943; K 54222. 

For a country where we are still masters of our 
own destinies let's be truly thankful, 215. © Oct. 
8, 1943; K 54233. 

Freedom, opportunity, a merry American 
Christmas to you, 220. © Nov, 23, 1943; K 54238. 

He'll want a job, not a handout, when he returns, 
216. © Oct. 13, 1943; K 54234. 

History of liberty is a history of the limitation 
of governmental power, not the increase of it, 201. 
© July 15, 1943; K 54223. 

In 1910 only 47.'' per cent of the national income 
went for wages and salaries. In 1942 70.7 per cent, 
214, © Oct, 4, 1943; K 54232. 

Millions of new homes needed after victory, 199. 
© June 30, 1943; K 54221, 

Our private enterprise system, post war jobs, 
210. © Sept. 20, 1943; K 54230, 

Over here, folks can have their say, for this is 
our country, we run it, and we'll fight to keep it 
that way, 202. © July 22, 1943; K 54224. 

Privately owned and operated business and in- 
dustry provides over 90 per cent of all jobs in 
America, 204. © July 17, 1943; K 54225. 

Security, European plan, 205. © Aug. 24, 1943; 
K 54226. 

These Jap women slave 14, 16, 18 hours a day to 
make the stuff to kill our men, 209. © Sept. 13, 
1943; K 54229. 



3,675,000 new automobiles wanted soon after war, 
219. © Dec. 8, 1943; K 54237. 

Your right to vote is your opportunity to protect 
over here the freedoms for which Americans fight 
over there, 211. © Sept. 27, 1943; K 54231, 

Keystone view co. 11035-11038 

Star pattern, AN 1,2,- Stereoscopic star pattern, 
AN 3, 4. © Aug. 3, 1943; I 33538-33541. 

Kii^ features syndicate, inc. 11039'-11043 

Annette, Emelie and Cecile Dioime, Z-197. - 

Emelie with deer father shot, Z-196. - Marie and 

Yvonne with their future dinner, Z-195, © Dec. 5, 

1943; J 36111-36113. 

Original Dionne homestead, V-65. - Quints at 

new homestead, Z-184, © Nov. 14, 1943; J 36109, 

36110. 



Knapp (Stanley DeForrest) 

Sanitary folding toothbrush. 
I 33551. 



© 



11044 
1 C.Dec, 2, 1943; 



La Cavera (Frank J.) 11045 

Pilot light indicator. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; 
I 33660. 

Lamb (Harold B.) 11046 

Rotary electric toothbrush, © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1943; I 33653. 

Lamb (Lloyd V.) 11047 

Liberty lives as long as we guard it. © Nov. 
16, 1943; K 54241. 

Landshoff (Hermann) 11048 

Seasons' greetings Mr. and Mrs. H. Landshoff. 
© Dec. 19, 1943; J 36187. 

Lane (Luther L.) 11049 

Ejector-extractor for revolvers. © 1 c. Dec. 
31, 1943; I 33704. 

Liebscher (Gustave) 11050 

Arabian beauty. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1943; J 36209. 

Lindner (Rodney R.) 11051 

Uni-dial radio control. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; 
I 33676. 



Lloyd (Lillian C.) 

Agoo-gram, © Oct. 15, 1943; K 54244. 



11052 



Luck (William) 11053 

Telescope type steel brush. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1943; I 33658. 

Luckhaus studios. 11054 

Los Alleles, California, United States post 
office terminal annex. © June 11, 1940; J 36096. 

Mabqn card co, 11055, 11056 

Greetings from Minnesota. © Dec. 3, 1943; K 

54199. 

To mother. © Dec. 3, 1943; K 54185. 



Mackintosh & Mackintosh. 11057, 11058 

15 ft. bridge, H-15 loading: 

Type IIc-50 foot span, n-C-50. - Type IIc- 
100 foot span, H-C-IOO. © 1 c. each Dec. 20, 1943; 
I 33546, 33547. 



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CLASSES H-K 



11117 



Madia (Peter) 11059 

Honor roll U.S. armed service. © Mar. 15, 1943; 
K 54172. 

Markley (Ethel L.) 11060, 11061 

Passover, 133. - Rich young ruler, 223. © Nov. 
30, 1943; K 54176, 54177. 



Marshall (Lloyd W.) 

Jiffy jar opener and capper. 
1943; 133671. 



© 



11062 
1 c. Dec. 23, 



Martin (H. E.) 11063 

Laodicean church period. © Dec. 2, 1943; K 
54376. 

Martin (Perry) 11064 

Curtain stop, © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33659, 

Martin (William Francis) 11065 

Air speed chart, aerial navigation. © Dec. 1, 
1943; I 33473. 

Mausser (Robert) 11066 

Old Fort Dearborn. © Nov. 27, 1943; K 54184, 

Mead Johnson & co, 1106? 

Baby awakes, © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1943; K 54198. 



11068, 11069 
© Dec. 7, 1943; K 



Messenger corp. 

First Stars and Stripes 
54254. 

Hope of the world. © Nov. 29, 1943; K 54253 



Missionary sisters of the Sacred Heart. 

11070-1107? 
Blessed Cabrini shrine: 

At the age of 25. - At the age of 55. © Dec. 

14, 1943; K 54246, 54248. 

Mother Cabrini high school, ©^ Dec. 14, 1943; K 
54247. 

Montgomery (George O.) 11073 

Over -hanging arm for 2 -ton floor crane. © 1 c. 
Dec. 23, 1943; I 33662. 

Mother house of the Sisiers of charity of Saint 

Augustine. 11074 

Adorable Head of our Lord and Saviour Jesus 

Christ, True God and True Man; by Sister Maty 

Rosalia Saletel. © Nov. 22, 1943; H 2622. 

Mountain Home officers' mess, 11075 

Officers' club, Mountain Home, Idaho. © Nov. 

15, 1943; K 54213. 

Muhlenberg press. 11076 

What can I give Him, poor as I am? © Nov. 19, 
1943; K 54300. 

Nordstrom (Clarence A.) 11077 

Pin-up boy, © 1 c.'Dec, 28, 1943; J 36207, 

Oxenford (C. E.) 11078 

San Bernardino, California, county court house, 
2034. © July 15, 1943; K 54169. 

Palmer (Roy P.) 11079 

Verified values. © Aug. 5, 1943; K 54210. 

Patti (Steve) co. 11080 

Supreme traveler. © Nov. 1, 1943; I 33458. 



Pelton (Sylvester F.) 11081 

Radial saw having equal right and left radial 

adjustment and capacity. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1943; 
I 33477. 



Pennsylvania railroad. 

Forward. © Dec. 8, 1943; K 54304, 



11082 



Pierce (Walter L.) 11083 

Peaceful valley. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1943; J 36114. 



PoUia (Joseph Andrew) 

Peace. © Dec. 15, 1943; K 54302. 



11084 



Pyeatt (Anthony DeWitt) 11085 

Pyeatt analytical perspective gird 45 degree. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; I 33642. 

Radio corp. of America, RCA Victor div. 11086 

Radio-frequency heating chart. © Dec. 1, 1943; 
I 33545. 



Reid (Albert T.) 11087 

MacArthur (Douglas) © Dec. 16, 1943; K 54261. 

Republic flow meters co. 11088 

Recording instrument chart, 14-CA-210. © Dec. 
9, 1943; I 33533. 



Richard (F.) 

Vertu. © Apr. 3, 1943; K 54218. 
Virtue. © Aug. 3, 1943; K 54219. 



11089, 11090 



Rigaumont (Victor A.) 11091 

Alterations of store room into a motion picture 
theatre, 51 Clinton St., Greenville, Pa,, 1043, © 
Dec, 6, 1943; I 33494, 

Rust craft publishers, inc, 11092-11100 

Van Neste (Alfred): 

Epicerie, 281 N. - Jardin d'asile, 28 IX, - 
Petit beguinage, 281 L. - Pignon jaune, 281 M. - 
Place de la Digue, 281 S. - Pont du Cheval, 281 P. 

- Quai du Rosaire, 281 T. - Rue au Beffroi, 281 R. 

- Sous la tour, 281 W, © Dec, 1, 1943; K 54186- 
54194, 

Safety wet wash laundry co. 11101 

Moth proof bags free of extra charge. © June 
27, 1940; K 54201. 

Shaw-Barton. 11102-11116 

America the beautiful, C-4108; by Raymond 
Eaton. - Best foot forward, C-4154; by Rov Best. - 
Crinoline girl, C-4103; by Herman M.Appel. -First 
bite, C-4155; by Hy (i. e, John Henry) Hinter- 
meister. - For this we give thanks, C-4156; by 
Harold Anderson. - From the land of the free, C- 
4104; by Hy (i. e. John Henry) Hintermeister. - Just 
ducky. C-4102; by Ruth Nichols. - Loyal friend, C- 
4101; by Gene Erbit. - Mirror of the mountains, C- 
4150; by John Kabel. - Number to remember, C- 
4152; by Herman M. Appel. - One and only, C-4100; 
by Paul Hesse. - Protect us by thy might, C-4107; 
by Andrew Loomis. - This above all, C-4106; by 
Patston studios. - Winning ways, C-4332; by W. S, 
Shaw, - Winter on the farm, C-4151; by Dale Nich- 
ols. © Nov. 30, 1943; K 54284-54298. 

Smith (William C.) 11117 

Natural bird bath, © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33656, 



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11118 



pt. 4, n. s., V. 38 



Stickler (Charles W.) jr. 11118 

Car holder. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33672. 

Strumor (Mathew A.) 11119 

Pencil rule. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33667. 

Swan (Vernie A. M.) 11120 

Power post hole digger, © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; 
I 33673. 

Tarbet (Clarence White) 11121 

New type of home refrigerator. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1943; I 33649. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 11122-11130 

Army air forces technical trainii^ command, 
Miami Beach, Fla., D-6937, 6938. © Aug. 13, 
1942; K 54374, 54375. 
Greetings from: 

Biggs Field, Texas, 2B-H1150. © Dec. 11, 
1942; K 54372. 

Dothan, Alabama, 2B-H755. © Sept. 11, 
1942; K 54371. 

Macon, Georgia, 2B-H1127. © Dec. 29. 1942; 
K 54370. 

Ozark, Alabama, 2B409-N. © Dec. 15, 1942; 
K 54373. 

Greetings from Texas, D7141. - Hell in Texas. 
Texas a paradise, D7142, © Dec. 10, 1943; K 
54216, 54217. 

Semper fidelis, D-7089 [envelope] © Apr. 21, 
1943; K 54377. 

Thompson engineer ii^ co. 11131 

Thompson decompression and recompression 
calculator. © Mar. 5, 1943; K 54242. 

Triplett & Barton, inc. 11132 

Lightning streaks across the waters. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1943; K 54183. 

Twin editions. 11133 

Red boats, 17; by Claude Monet. © Dec. 22, 
1943; H 2624. 

Uhlack (Nicholas T.) 11134 

Key case and card holder. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; 
I 33669. 

United air lines transport corp. 11135, 11136 

Story of the Wright brothers, negative 2443, 

first ed. © Dec. 6, 1943; J 36186. 

Story of the Wright brothers, 2443, second ed. 

© Dec. 13, 1943; J 36208. 

Van Brundt (Myron) 11137-11141 

Cup o'gold. - Hibiscus. - Night blooming cereus. 
- Torch ginger. - White ginger, © Dec. 1, 1943; K 
54205-54209. 

Vocafilm corp. 11142-11201 

5" 38-cal. gun mount mark 30: 

Assen^bly of the breech mechanism, SN- 
1554k. - Disassembly and assembly of the firing 
mechanism, SN-15541. - Disassembly and assem- 
bly of the foot firing and firing stop mechanism, 
SN-1554p. - Disassembly and assembly of the 
recoil and counterrecoil system, parts I, 11, SN- 
1554m,n. - Disassembly and assembly of the sight 
setting mechanism, SN 15540. - Disassembly of the 
breech mechanism, SN-1554J. - Function of the 
breech mechanism, SN-1554c, - Function of the 
firing mechanism, SN-1554d. - Function of the foot 
firing and firing stop mechanism, SN-1554i. - 



Function of the recoil and counterrecoil system, 
SN-1554e. - Function of the sights, SN-1554h. - 
Function of the stand and carriage assembly, SN- 
1554g. - General introduction, SN- 1554a. - Pro- 
duction to the gun assemblies, SN-1554b. - Intro- 
duction to the mount assemblies, SN-1554f. - 
Operational casualties, SN-1564s. - Routine main- 
tenance procedures, parts, I, II, SN-1554q,r. © 1 
c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36127, 36128, 36130-36137, 
36139, 36140, 36143-36147, 36152, 36153. 
Gunsight mark 14: 

Action of gyro units, SN-1727c. - Action of 
gyro units action of gyroscope, train, SN-1727b. - 
Maintenance, SN-172'7g. - Mechanical operation, 
SN-1727f. - Mechanical construction, SN-1727d. 

- Power unit and electrical circuits, SN-1727e. - 
Theory and general description, SN-1727a. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36157, 36158, 36162, 36168, 
36170-36172. 

Introduction to basic mechanisms: 

Machine elements, parts I, H, SN-1726b,c. - 
Mechanical computation, SN-1726f. - Nature of the 
fire control problem, SN-1726a. - Numerical 
quantities, representation, SN-1726d. - Rates and 
vectors, SN-1726e. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 
36159, 36160, 36163, 36164, 36169, 36182. 
Mark 37 gun director: 

Alignment and adjustment. Parts I, n, SN- 
1600a,b. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36166, 
36179. 

Description of the system. Parts I, n, SN- 
1595a,b. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36125, 
36154. 

Electric circuits. Parts I-IV, SN-1599a-d. 
© 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36173, 36174, 36178, 
36183. 

Gearing. Parts I, H, SN-1597a,b. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36176, 36177. 

Maintenance and lubrication, SN-1601. © 1 
c. Dec. 22, 1943; J 36165. 

Operation. Parts I-V, SN-1596a-e. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36126, 36129, 36138, 36141, 
36142. 

Supplementary units. Parts I-m, SN-1598a- 
c. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36175, 36180, 
36181. 

Motor torpedo boats, SN-1424n: 

Bilge drainage fresh water system operation 
of the head fire fighting equipment, part U. - Com- 
partmentation ventilation heating, part I. - Steer- 
ing system fuel tanks mufflers bonding system, 
part m. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36148, 36150, 
36151. 

Motor torpedo boats. Hull construction, SN-1424 
h. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1943; J 36149. 
1.10 inch machine gun. 

General description and operation, SN-1728a. 
© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1943; J 36156. 

General description and operation ammu- 
nition feeding, SN-1728b. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1943; J 
36155. 

General description and operation ramming, 
firing, extracting and ejecting, SN-1728c. Pts. 
I-m. © 1 c, each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36161, 36167, 
36184. 

Waddell Qames Vance) 11202-11206 

Dakota gunner. - Empty blind. - Perfect landing. 

- Raiders of the field. - Single. © Dec. 3, 1943; J 
36100-36104. 

Waller Clifford W.) 11207 

Dorsalabdoglyph. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1943; I 33463. 



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11218 



Wanecek (Helen C.) 11208 

Save the forgotten cat. © July 27, 1943; K 54212. 

Warner & Swasey co. 11209 

Table of motor heat units input resulting from 
various motor functions. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; 
I 33651. 

Wells (Hewitt) 11210-11213 

Three bedroom house. - Twin unit house. = Two 
bedroom house. - 24' x 36* building. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 31, 1943, I 33697-33700. 

Willis (H. S.) 11214 

Combination lock box padlock fastener. © 1 c. 
Dec. 31, 1943; I 33703. 



Woodrum (Clyde B.) 11215 

Combination scaffold, ladder and stepladder. © 
1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33677, 

Wright Games W.) 11216 

Mailing postage of U.S.A. 48 states, capital and 
territorial possessions. © Dec. 29, 1943; J 
36210, 

Yuncker (Ervln L.) 11217 

Bun slicer. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; I 33665. 

Zimmerman (Leo) 11218 

Toothless. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1943; J 36097. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1943: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 1 one-copy entries)-------- ---■ 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 1,023 

one-copy entries) ---- = -= — -. = _=_„_„ — _ — „_. — = — „=_„„_ — =._. 

Photographs (including 602 one-copy entries)--------- =_=_= 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (Including 76 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entries) — ===== — . =„_= = — _= 



Total- 



97 

1,756 
1,207 

2,152 
5,212 



253 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Ainsworth (George) New York. 11219 

Nature supplies the clue for lighting. For elect- 
ric lighting fixtures. © July 1, 1943; KK 22604. 

American dairy assn., Chicago. 11220 

3 reasons why butter should be on your shopping 
list! For butter. © Oct. 16, 1942; KK 22623. 

American fruit growers, inc., Chicago. 11221 

Here's a sure guide to quality in grapefruit and 
in all fresh fruits and vegetables. For fruits and 
vegetables. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22473. 

American tobacco co., New York. 11222 

Man, that's fine tobacco. For cigarettes. ©Dec. 
24, 1943; KK 22498. 

American viscose Corp., New York. 11223-11230 
For rayon: 

Dependable lights for store traffic. © Oct. 

1, 1943; KK 22269. 

Green says, go ahead and wash it! © Sept. 1, 
1943; KK 22267. 

Hospitals delivered by parachute! ©Oct. 15, 
1943; KK 22270. 

How to buy rayon fabrics. © Aug. 25, 1943; 
KK 22266. 

How to care for rayon fabrics. © Nov. 15, 
1943; KK 22273. 

In every department where rayon merchandise 
is sold, etc. © Oct. 31, 1943; KK 22271. 

Rayon reports, November, 1943. © Nov. 5, 
1943; KK 22272. 

Up where cold burns, etc. © Sept. 16, 1943; 
KK 22268. 

Ansehl (Benjamin) co., d.b.a. Liquid stocking co., 

St. Louis. 11231 

Streamlined beautiful legs. For leg make-up. 

© Aug. 5, 1942; KK 22070. 

Ar-ex cosmetics, inc., Chicago. 11232, 11233 

For cosmetics: 

How thousands overcome tender sensitive 
irritated skin and secure greater beauty. © Apr. 
20, 1943; KK 22632. 

What they are and how you can sell them. © 
Dec. 22, 1943; KK 22633. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 11234-11237 

Food you save can help win the war. For meats 

and shortenings. © Dec. 3, 1943; KK 22287. 
For meat: 

Meat for the holidays. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 

22286. 

Nutritious Treet is all delicious meat. © 

Nov. 26, 1943; KK 22285. 

Lady, lady, here's the way to stretch meat 

rations every day! For beef extract. © Dec. 15, 

1943; KK 22497. 

Armstrong cork co., Lancaster, Pa. 11238, 11239 

How to exterminate hospital noise demons. For 

acoustical products, cushiontone ceilings. © Sept. 

2, 1943; KK 21950. 



How to exterminate school noise demons. For 
cushiontone ceilings. © Sept. 2, 1943; KK 21989. 

Associated distributors, Chicago. 11240-11255 

For cosmetics: 

Chen Yu creates striking new color -beauty 
for lips! © June 15, 1943; KK 22344. 

Chic woman of 1944. © Aug. 31, 1943; KK 
22359. 

Chic woman of 1944. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
22363. 

New fashions for lips, etc. © July 30, 1943: 
KK 22354. 

For nail polish: 

Chen Yu, aces high. © Aug. 13, 1943; KK 
22355. 

Chen Yu color-originals in loi^-lasting nail 
lacquer. © May 28, 1943; KK 22341. 

Chen Yu long-lasting nail lacquer, etc. © 
Aug. 13, 1943; KK 22358. 

Color originals in Chen Yu long-lasting nail 
lacquer. © June 2, 1943; KK 22343. 

Diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and Chen Yu. 
© July 16, 1943; KK 22348. 

Diamdnds, sapphires, emeralds, and Chen Yu. 
© July 25, 1943; KK 22351. 

Long-lasting Chen Yu lacquer. © Mar. 1, 
1943; KK 22337. 

Out of this world. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 
22362. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu long- lasting nail 
lacquer. © Apr. 7, 1943; KK 22338. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu long-lastii^ nail 
lacquer. © May 2, 1943; KK 22339. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu long-lasting nail 
lacquer. © Ai^. 27, 1943; KK 22356. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu long-lasting nail 
lacquer. © Sept. 14, 1943; KK 22361. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, Del. 11256-11260 
For chemicals and explosives: 

Do you like your cigarettes fresh? © Sept. 
4, 1943; KK 22133. 

Let 'em eat cake, longer! © Oct. 30, 1943; 
KK 22217. 

Shot in the dark. © Nov. 27, 1943; KK 22218. 

Well -conditioned skin is as important to 
leather as to women. © Oct. 2, 1943; KK 22135. 

What's the big idea in synergism? © Aug. 7, 
1943; KK 22134. 

Bacharach industrial instrument co., Pittsburgh. 

11261 
Diesel efficiency dial. For testing instrument 
for Diesel engines. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22477. 

Bachmann bros., inc., Philadelphia. 11262 

Play safe with Solarex, the original twilight col- 
or. For Solarex sun glass. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 
21975. 

Becker (Morris Louis) Chicago. 11263 

Correction for the condition of Pronated heel. 
For sponge rubber pads. © Nov. 20, 1943; KK 
21978. 



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Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 11264 

Upstairs entrance to Hitler's fortress. For 
aircraft. © Oct. 21, 1943; KK 22377. 

Bell & Howell co., Chicago. 11265 

Will Opti-onics give Johnny a 4 -tube notebook? 
For cameras and equipment. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 
21979. 

Bendix- aviation corp., Detroit, New York, Teterboro, 
N. J. 11266-11276 

For aircraft instruments: 

Design check chart, 1. © Sept. 23, 1943; 
KK 22582. 

Design check chart, 2. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 
22583. 

Design check chart, 3* © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22584. 

Installation instructions, inverter. © Oct. 30, 
1943; KK 22086. 

Rate of climb indicator, installation instruct- 
ions. © Oct. 25, 1943; KK 22396. 

Service bulletin, elimination of toggle switch, 
gyro flux gate compass amplifier, type. 12003-1. 
© Nov. 22, 1943; KK 22087. 
For airplane equipment: 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. I got one, etc. 
© Oct. 31, 1943; KK 22301. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dfx. If this is your, 
etc. © Oct. 17, 1943; KK 22300. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Look sis, etc. 
© Oct. 3, 1943; ,KK 22299. 

1944 edition of the Bendix invisible crew. For 
precision equipment for airplanes. © Dec. 24, 
1943; KK 22595. 

Secret of th6 ultimate automatic pilot. For 
precision instruments for planes, Gyro flux gate 
compass. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22319. 

Bendix aviation, ltd., N. Hollywood, Calif. 11277 
Only these hydraulic controls use Bendix plastic 
poppets. For plastic poppet. © Nov. 10, 1943; KK 
22003. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 11278-11285 

Best's Liliputian gift bazaar. For children's 
clothes and toys. © Nov. 21, 1943; KK 21991. 

Gift star D 'Or say le Dandy. For perfume and 
toilet water. © Dec. 12, 1943; KK 22470. 

Gift star Prince Matchabelli's Stradivari. For 
perfume. © Dec. 5, 1943; KK 22192. 

Gift stars by Coly. For perfumes. © Dec. 19, 
1943; KK 22493. 

Gift stars lovely lingerie. For slips and night- 
gowns. © Dec. 6, 1943; KK 22193. 

Good furs the most wonderful gift of all. For 
fur coats and jackets. © Dec. 5, 1943; KK 22191. 

Natural mink. For mink jacket and coats. © 
Nov. 25, 1943; KK 22035. 

No shivers allowed in these warm clothes from 
Best's. For jackets, slacks, ski pants, coats, hood, 
boots, robe, underwear, skirt. © Nov. 21, 1943; 
KK 21992. 

Blue bell globe mfg. co., Greensboro, N. C. 11286 
More spots before your eyes. For work clothes. 
© July 23, 1943; KK 21748. 

Blue bell, inc., Greensboro, N. C. 11287-11290 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

Our sewii^ machines, your war machines. 
Nov. 30, 1943; KK 22336. 

Sewing machine without a needle. © Oct. 28, 
1943; KK 22334. 



There is only one Blue bell, too. © Nov. 11, 
1943; KK 22335. 

These ads talked about you. © Oct. 22, 1943; 
KK 22333. 

Bond electric corp. div. of Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co.. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Borden co.. New York. 11291 

They all fit! For dairy products. © Oct. 14, 
1943; KK 22468. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 11292 

Botany says thanks. For worsted and woolen 
piece goods. © Nov. 23, 1943; KK 22093. 

Bovinine co., Chicago. 11293-11296 

For iron preparation: 

During and after pregnancy. © Aug. 1, 1943; 
KK 22295. 

In nutritional defici